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Full text of "The county families of the United Kingdom; or, Royal manual of the titled and untitled aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland .."



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"No Destitute Child ever Refused 
Admission." 

Motto: "FOR GOD AND COUNTRY. 

NO WAITING LIST. 

NO RED TAPE. 

NO VOTES REQUIRED 

B6,000 Children have passed through the Rescue Doors. 

7,131 is the average number of Children in residence. ^ 

,44T Children admitted in four years of War, a large number being Children 

of Soldiers and Sailors. 

03 are Crippled, Incurable, Blind, Deaf and Dumb, physically afflicted, or sick 

35 Boys and Girls are under Industrial Training. 

16,281 Young People have been migrated to Canada & the Overseas Dominions. 95 per cent, do well. 





I 10,715 Barnardo Boys have fought for you on land and sea. 1 

j 300 Boys are constantly in training for the Navy. | 

" Chcqnes and Orders, paijaUe " DR. BARNARDO'S HOMES," and crossed (Notes should he Ref/istcrcd), 
and Parcels of Blankets and Clotldng, may be sent to the Honorary Director, WILLIAM BAKlill. 
M.A., LL.B., at Head Offices, 18 to 26 STEPNEY CAU.'^EWAY, LONDON, E. 1. 



jraphic Address: 
USKS, ISLING, 
LONDON." 



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LONDON BISCUITS. 



(Late 2 THREADNEEDLE STREET.) 

21 ST. SWiTHIN'S LANE, E.C. 4. 

:SBnhen2 anC> Countiiu'i Ibousc : 



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Where all Ordeps, Telegrams and Remittances should be addressed. 
TO SIIS IMI.A.CrESTY THE iCZlrTG, 



Xtbe mobility anO 6entrs of tbe 'CliUte& 1Rin<35om. 



dburcb of Enolanb 
WAIFS AND STRAYS SOCIETY 



Patrons : Their Majesties the King and Queen. 
Patron of Children's Presidents : 

The Archbishops of 



Union : 
H.M. Queen Alexandra 



116 Homes, 

including- 

3 Farm Homes 

and 5 Cripples' 

Homes, and 

2 Homes in 

Canada. 




Canterbury and York. 



Over 4,885 Children 

being- cared for, 

and (including 

2,121 Sailors' and 

Soldiers' Children) 

over 22,000 have 

been provided 

w^ith Homes. 



Subscriptions and Donations will be gratefully received by the Secretary, 
Prebendary RUDOLF, Old Town Hall, Kennington Road, London, S.E.ii. 

*.sj*' Cheques and Postal Orders crossed, and payable to AVaifs and .Strays. 



Incorporated by 

Royal Charter 1848. 



GOVERNESSES' 

BENEVOLENT 

rNSTITUTION. 



Founded 
1843. 



Under the Patron 
Queen A 



The King and Que 



Royal Tamily. 



BRANCHES :— 

Home and Free Registration Office for Disengaged Governesses 

Holiday House :-Fairmount, Shanklin, I.W. Home for the Aged :-Chislehupst, Kentf 

Pn'sidcnt-IUE MARQUESS OF ABEEDEEN, K.T., G.C.M.G., &c. Treasurci--TxOB-ER1 S. GAEDINEE Es«l 

Bankers— 1,. C. W. and PAEE'S BANK, Ltd., l' Cavendish Square, W. 

The Work of the Institution is most comprehensive in character. It benefits the young by investi' 

then- savmgs in annuities and by helping them as Funds permit in their annual payments, by providing them with 

temporary home and free registration, by which they can obtain engagements ; also a Holiday Home, and by assistii 

them when in difficulties. To the old it oflers temporary help, a settled income by the provision of free annuities and 

home for their declining years. Further, it suggests a means whereby, through the payment of an Annual Subscr'iptio 

they can claim the special consideration of the Society should necessity in later years compel them to seek its assistam 

Nearly 2,ooO GovemessBS are assisted Annually. 

The Annual expenditure exceeds £20,000. To maintain the present work 

£12,000 

IS annually refjuued from voluntary sources, including Legacies, which the Institution is compelled to spend. 

Donations of Stock or money sufficient to establish an annuity will be funded, the amount bearing tl 
Founder's Name, and the patronage, if he wish it, reserved to him for life. In this way the founder may benefit not on 
his hominee, but also all governesses who may subsequently enjoy his annuity. 

Membership consists in the payment of an Annual Guinea, or of Ten Guineas in one sum; or in the case of« 
Governess Member, of not less than half-a-guinea per annum. Subscribers are entitled to vote for Annuities in 
proportion of one Vote for each Annual Half-Guinea not in arrear, and one Life Vote for each Donati 

HEAD OFFICE: A. IHTESI-EY OENMXS 

Dacre House, 5 Aruxdel Sieeet, London, W.C. 2. (Tel. : 3121 Central.) 



r in the case of« 
Annuities in tlui 
1 of Five Guineai.! 

:nmxs, 

Secretary I 





INDEX TO THE ANNOUNCEMENTS 

OF 

INSURANCE COMPANIES, 
RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS, PUBLIC CHARITIES, LONDON HOSPITALS, 

PUBLISHERS, PUBLICATIONS, &c., 
AND GENERAL TRADE ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



The Adnrtisemcnt payes Svs. 1 to W ore placed at the commenecmcnt of this Wovh ; the other pa;/e>- 
Nos. 12 to 1« inclusire, will be found at the end of the Volume. 



PUBLIC CHARITIES AND LONDON 
HOSPITALS. 

BaniarcTo's, Dr., Homes, 18 to 26 Stepney Cause- 
way, London, E., Claude Wright, Esq., 
General Secretary 

Cliarity Organisation Society, Denison House, 
Vauxhall Bridge Koad, London, S.W., Rev. 
II. L. Woollconibe, Secretary 

Cliurch Army, Bryanston Street, Marble Arch, 
W., Prebendary Carlile, D.D., Hon. Chief 
Secretary Insi.de front ec 

Church of England Waifs and Strays Society, 
Old Town Hall, Kennington, London, S.E., 
Rev. Preb. Rudolf, Secretary 

Curates' Augmentation Fund, 2 Dean's Yard, 
Westminster, London, S.W., Rev. A. G. B. 
Atkinson, Secretary 

Governesses' Benevolent Institution, Dacre 
House, Arundel Street, Strand, London, 
W.C. 2, A. Wesley Dennis, Esq., Secretary ... 



Missions to Seamen, 11 Buckingham Street, 
Strand, Loudon, W.C. 2, Stuart C. Knox, M.A., 
Secretary Facing inside lack carer 

National Benevolent Institution, 65 South- 
ampton Row, Bloomsbury, London, W.C, 
Henry C. Latreille, Esq., Secretary !1 

Orphan Working School and Alexandra Orphan- 
age, 73 Cheapside, London, E.G., Alexander 
Grant, Secretary 9 

Royal British Orphan Schools, Slough, Offices, 
27 Clement's Lane, London, K.C., Charles T. 
Hoskins, Esq., Secretary 6 



BREAD AND BISCUITS, FOODS- 

Lemann, Francis, 21 St. Swithin's Lane, 
and Field Place, E.C. 

CHURCH BELLS- 

Gillett & Johnson, Croydon, Surrey 



li^DE'S.— continued. 



CURTAINS, CARPETS, &c.- 

Burnet, B., & Co., Ltd., Garrick Street, W.C. ; 
and 198 Regent Street, W 1 

Watts & Co., Ltd., 30 Baker Street, Loudon, W. 

Facinp 'inside back coecr 

EMBROIDERY AND FABRICS- 

Burnet, B., & Co., Ltd., Garrick Street, W.C. ; 
and 198 Regent Street, AV 1 

Watts & Co., Ltd., 30 Baker Street, London, W. 

Facing inside hack corer 

MATCHES- 

Bryant & May, Ltd., Fairfield Works, Bow, 
London, E Inside laclt cover 

MEMORIALS- 

Hart, Son, Peard & Co., Ltd., Commerce House, 
New Oxford Street, London, W.C C 

Wm. Morris &Co., Ltd.,Ruskin House, Rochester 
Row, Westminster, S.W Inside front cover 



METAL WORK- 
Hart, Son, Peard & Co., Ltd., Commerce House,. 
New Oxford Street, London, AV.C 

NERVE DISORDERS (HINDU TREATMENT)- 

S. M. Mitra, 39 Westby Road, Boscotnbc, 
Bournemoutli , 



PUBLICATIONS- 

Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., New-street 
Square, London, E.G. 4 



STAINED GLASS- 

Wm. Morris & Co., Ltd., Ihiskin House, 
Rochester Row, London, S.W. Inside front c 

STOVES- 

London Warming & Ventilating Co.. Ltd., 
20 Newman Street, London, W. 

Faciwj inside fron' ci 

TURKISH BATHS- 

Charing Cross Turkish Baths, Northumberland 
Avenue, London, W.C; London Bridge, &c. 



Advertisements for insertion in WALFORD'S COUNTY FAMILIES must be sent to 
Mr. John Hart, 6 Arundel Street, Strand, London, W.C. 





ECCLESIASTIC-XL METAL \vORKERS 
SPFCIAI.rnES:-MEMORIAL TABLETS IN 
BRASS BRONZE M.ARBLE WOOD & STONE 
■ TOMBb & RAILINGS CHANCEL SCREENS 
EUCHARISTIC VESSELS LECTERNS & CROSSES 



ROYAL BRITISH ORPHAN SCHOOLS, 

patrons: his majesty the king, heu majesty the queen, her majesty queen Alexandra 
IPrceiDent : h.r.h. the duke of connaught, k.g. 

Instituted in 1827, for the Maintenance and Education o£ Fatherless Children of both sexes from all parts of the 
British Empire, whose parents were once in prosperous circumstances. The Directors earnestly appeal for increased 
Support to ob\*ite the necessity of curtailing the usefulness of this old National Charity the income of which has 
oeen seriously affected by the War. Subscriptions and Donations most thankfully received. 

Annual Subscription's:— For one Vote, lOs. 6(1. ; for Two Votes, £1 Is. Life Subscriptions:— For 
One Vote, £5 5S. ; for Tw,, Votes, £10 lOs. Life rre.scntation, £350. 

Bankers: Messrs. WILLIAMS DEACON'S BANK, LIMITED, 20 BIRCHIN LANE, E.C. 
Offices: ZT CX-EMENT'S UANE, E.C. 

J. F. W. DEACON, Treasurer. CHARLES T. HOSKINS, Secretary. 



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THE COUNTY FAMILIES 

OFv 

THE UNITED KINGDOM 



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ROYAL MANUAL OF THE TITLED AND UNTITLED ARISTOCRACY 
OF ENGLAND, WALES, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND 

CONTAINING A BRIEF NOTICE OP 

THE DESCENT, BIRTH, MARRIAGE, EDUCATION, AND APPOINTMENTS OF BACH PERSON 
HIS HEIR APPARENT OR PRESUMPTIVE, AS ALSO A RECORD OF THE ( 
WHICH HE HAS HITHERTO HELD, TOGETHER WITH HIS 
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1919 





PEEFACE. 



DURING the past year, which has witnessed the end of the Great War and 
the complete triumph of the Allied cause, many changes have been 
occasioned by the bestowal of a great number of well-merited honours, 
mostly for services in connection with the War, by the demobilization of a large 
part of the Naval, Military and Air Forces, by the sale of many estates and by 
the General Election and the changing of the names of numerous constituencies. 

The deaths occasioned directly or indirectly by the War amount to a total 
of 982, including H.H. Prince Maurice of Battenberg; 21 Peers; 62 heirs 
apparent and 5 eldest, elder or only sons of heirs apparent of Peers ; 18 heirs 
presumptive and 6 eldest, elder or only sons of heirs presumptive of Peers ; the 
husband of a co-heiress presumptive of a Peer, and the elder son of a Peer's 
daughter and only child ; 1 Privy Councillor ; 45 Baronets ; 76 heirs apparent 
and 4 eldest, elder or only sons of heirs apparent of Bai-onets ; 17 heirs presump- 
tive and 9 eldest, elder or only sons of heirs presumptive of Baronets, and the 
husband of a Baronet's daughter and only child ; 7 Knights ; 213 other heads 
of families; the husbands of 13 heads of families; the step-father of the head 
of a family ; 444 heirs apparent and 12 eldest, elder or only sons of heirs 
apparent; 7 heirs presumptive and 14 eldest, elder or only sons of heirs pre- 
sumptive, and the husbands of 3 heiresses ptesumptive of other heads of families ; 
while the fate is still unknown of 2 Baronets, 3 heirs apparent of Baronets (one 
now a Baronet, if living), 2 heads of families, and 6 heirs apparent of heads 



0flam.ues. 128C990 

The Editor has again to express his gratitude for a vast amount of 
information most courteously sent to him en the forms returned and in reply to 
questions, and would more especially thank the wives, widows and mothers of 
Officers for the information so generously furnished by them. 

It has been his duty to note since the last publication the deaths of H.R.H. 
Prince John, youngest son of H.M. The King, of 55 Peers (including 1 Spiritual 
Peer and 2 Life Peers), of 9 wives, 26 widows (includiag the widow of a Life 
Peer), 8 heirs apparent, and 2 heirs presumptive, of Peers; the Baronies of 
Beresford of Metemmeh, Colchester, Courtney of Penwith, Forrest, Nicholson 
and Rathmore have become e.xtinct ; 8 Privy CouncOlors (other than Peers, 
Baronets, and Knights), 85 Baronets, 14 wives, 39 widows, 19 heirs apparent, 
and 16 heirs presumptive, of Baronets have died ; 16 Baronetcies have become 
extinct; the deaths have occurred of 2 Dames of the Order of the British 
Empire, of 171 Knights, of 42 wives, and 70 widows of Knights, and of 456 
other heads of families, 72 wives, 83 heirs apparent, and 8 heirs presumptive 
of other heads of families. 

The Editor will always receive with the greatest gratitude any corrections, 
and will adopt, as far as possible, any suggestions which may be addressed to him 
to the care of the Publishers, Messrs. Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., 
1 New-Street Square, London, E.C. 4, and would suggest to any persons who 
may wish to use the work as a directory that it is advisable to read the notice as to 
postal addresses on page 1. The annoyance of having circulars returned by the 
Post Office may thus in many cases be avoided. 

September, 1919. 



EXTRACT PROM THE 

PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. 



ris impossible for me to send forth to the Public this work — the result of more 
than two years' constant labour and research — without acknowledging in 
terms of gratitude the kind and generous assistance which I have received from 
almost every quarter, in answer to the circulars which I have issued to the present 
representatives of the highest families in the three kingdoms, whether numbered 
among the ' titled ' or the ' untitled ' aristocracy, who, with few exceptions, have 
freely communicated to me the information which I requested at their hands. Here 
and there, it is true, my applications have been met with a refusal on the part of 
those who were most nearly interested ; but even in these cases I have endeavoured 
to keep faith with the public, by instituting private inquiries among local friends 
and correspondents, and by consulting a large library of useful books of reference. 
By these means I have been enabled to produce a volume which, in spite of 
numerous imperfections, embraces the whole of the titled, and by far the largest 
portion of the untitled aristocracy of the three kingdoms, and may, therefore, 
fairly lay claim to be styled, in common parlance, a ' Dictionary of the Upper Ten 
Thousand.' 

I am well aware that such a book as this must always remain, in one sense, 
imperfect in a country like our own, where, mainly owing to the influence of trade 
and commerce, individuals and families are continually crossing and re-crossing 
the narrow line which severs the aristocracy from the commonalty. But I can safely 
promise that, as often as a new edition of the ' County Families ' shall be called 
for, the book shall be found in a state more nearly approaching completion, by the 
constant addition of fresh families to the roll of its contents, and by carefully noting 
the various changes wrought day by day by the silent operation of births, marriages, 
deaths, and preferments, in the families whose names I record. 

It is to be hoped that the public and subscribers to the work will pardon such 
errata as they may find on referring to their names ; and they will further oblige 
me if they will kindly communicate to me those errors, through my Publishers, in 
order that they may be rectified in future editions. When they call to mind that 
every separate entry involves a statement of from five to fifty facts, inclusive of 
dates, the public will be able to realize some portion of the labour of an Editor in 
preparing such a work as this for the press. 

I have not chosen the title of this work without deliberation. I have called 
my book a Manhal of the Titled and Untitled Aristockact, and have accordingly 
arranged both these orders under a single alphabet, because I remember the words 
of James I., that ' the king, though he can make a noble, cannot make a gentleman,' 
and because the bearing of arms, not of titles, has ever been considered as the 
distinctive mark of true noblesse. 

E. W. 
17 Church Eow, Hampstead. 
^farch 31, 1860. 



CONTENTS. 



P»ge 

OEDER OF PRECEDENCE AMONG MEN . ... viii 

ORDER OF PRECEDENCE AMONG WOMEN ix 

LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL LONDON CLUBS AND HOTELS .... x 

NOTICE x> 

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS li-xii 

THE KING AND THE ROYAL FAMILY .... ... xiii-iri 

COUNTY FAMILIES— GENERAL ALPHABET .... . . 1-H76 

SUPPLEMENT 1477 

LIST OF HIS MAJESTY'S PRIVY COUNCILLORS 1496-1498 

INDEX OF NAMES OF THE OWNERS OF SEATS, ARRANGED UNDER THE 

SEVERAL COUNTIES 1499-1533 

INDEX OF THE PRINCIPAL SEATS 1534 1552 



ORDEK OF PEECEDENCE AMONG MEN. 



All Peers rank among themselves in their several grades by date of creation, in the followinq order ■ 
English, Scotch, of Great Britain, Irish, of the United Kingdom. 



THE SOVEKEIGN. 

Eldest son of the Sovereign. 

Sons of the Sovereign, in order of birth. 

Grandsons, Brothers, Uncles, and Nephews of the Sovereign 

Younger Princes of the Blood Royal. 



Archbishop of Canterbury 

Lord Chancellor of Great Britain 

Archbishop of York 

Prime Minister 

Lord Chancellor of Ireland 

Lord President of the Council 

Speak<ir of the House of Commons 

Lord Privy Seal 

Lord Great Chamberlain 

The Earl Marshal 

Lord Steward of the Household 

Lord Chamberlain of the Household 

Master of the Horse 

t Dukes 

t Marquesses 

Dukes' eldest sons 

tEarls 

Eldest sons of Marquesses 

Younger sons of Dukes 

t Viscounts 

Eldest sons of Earls 

Younger sons of Marquesses 

The Bishops of London, Durham, and Winchester 

Other English Bishops according to date of consecration 

Secretaries of State, if of the degree of a Baron 

t Barons 

Commissioners of the Great Seal 

Treasurer of the Household i . 

Comptroller of the Household I 1^ °/ "^ , 

Vice-Chamberlain of the Household J '"^her rank 

Secretary of State, if below the rank of Baron 

Eldest sons of Viscounts 

Younger sons of Earls 

Eldest sons of Barons 

Knights of the Garter, if of no higher rank 

Privy Councillors, in order of appointment, when with no 

higher precedence 
Chancellor of the Exchequer 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 
Lord Chief Justice of England 
Master of the Bolls 
Lords Justices of Appeal in Ordinary 
Judges of the High Court of Justice, in order of seniority 
Commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy i 

Younger sons of Viscounts 
Younger sons of Barons 

Sons of Life Peers i 

Baronets of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, 
and United Kingdom, in order ef their respective patents ' 
Knights of the Thistle, if of no higher rank 
Knights of St. Patrick, if of no higher rank ! 

Knights Grand Cross of the Bath j 

Knights Grand Commanders of the Star of India 
Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. George 



Knights Grand Commanders of the Indian Empire 

Knights Grand Cross of the R. Victorian Order 

Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire 

Knights Commanders of the Bath 

Knights Commanders of the Star of India 

Knights Commanders of St. Michael and St. George 

Knights Commanders of the Indian Empire 

Knights Commanders of the R. Victorian Order 

Knights Commanders of the Order of the British Empire 

Knights Bachelors 

Judges of County Courts and of the City of London 

Courts 
j Companions of the Bath ; of the Star of India ; of St 

Michael and St. George ; and of the Indian Empire 
Commanders of the R. Victorian Order 
Commanders of the Order of the British Empire 
Companions of the Distinguished Service Order 
Members of the R. Victorian Order (4th Class) 
Officers of the Order of the British Empire 
Companions of the Imperial Service Order 
Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber 
Eldest sons of younger sons of Peers 
Eldest sons of Baronets 
Eldest sons of Knights of the Garter 
Eldest sons of Knights Grand Cross of the Bath ; Grand 
Commanders of the Star of India ; Grand Cross of St. 
Michael and St. George ; Grand Commanders of the 
Indian Empire; Grand Cross of the R. Victorian 
Order ; and Grand Cross of the Order of the British 
Empire 
Eldest sons of Knights Commanders of the Bath ; of the 
Star of India ; of St. Michael and St. George ; of the 
Indian Empire; of the R. Victorian Order ; and of the 
Order of the British Empire 
Eldest sons of Knights Bachelors 
Members of the R. Victorian Order (6th Class) 
Members of the Order of the British Empire 
Younger sons of the younger sons of Peers 
Younger sons of Baronets 
Esquires of the Sovereign's Body 
Esquires of Knights of the Bath 
Esquires by creation and by office 

Younger sons of Knights of the Garter; of Knights 
Grand Cross of the Bath ; of Knights Grand Com- 
manders of the Star of India ; of Knights Grand 
Cross of St. Michael and St. George ; of Knights 
Grand Commanders of the Indian Empire ; of Knights 
Grand Cross of the R. Victorian Order ; of Knights 
Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire ; of 
Knights Commanders of the Bath ; of the Star of 
India ; of St. Michael and St. George ; of the Indian 
Empire ; of the R. Victorian Order ; of the Order of 
the British Empire ; and of Knights Bachelors 
Gentlemen entitled to bear arms 



OEDER OF PRECEDENCE AMONG WOMEN. 



^Tie general rule is that unmarried females take their rank from their fathers, married ladies and widows from 

: their husbands, if superior in rank to themselves : but the wife or widow (while a widow) of a peer, if by birth 

I of superior rank to her husband, takes only the precedency of her husband. The widow of a peer or baronet takes 

precedency while a widow of the wife of the existing peer or baronet. When there are widows iiving of two or 

more holders of any title, they take precedency inter se, according to the priority of their husbands in the i 

'■ THE QUEEN. 

THE QUEEN MOTHER. 

The. wife of the eldest son of the Sovereign. 

The eldest daughter of the Sovereign. 

Other Daughters of the Sovereign, according to birth. 

Wives of the Sovereign's Sons, according to seniority of their Husbands. 

Grand-daughters of the Sovereign. 

Wives of the Sovereign's Grandsons, according to the precedency of their Husbands. 

Sisters of the Sovereign. Wives of the Sovereign's Brothers. 

Aunts of the Sovereign. Wives of the Sovereign's Uncles. 

Nieces of the Sovereign. Wives of the Sovereign's Nephews. 

The daughters of the Princess Royal, Duchess of Fife. 

Other Princesses of the Blood Iloyal. 

Wives of eldest sons of Knights of the Garter 
Daughters of Knights of the Garter 



* Marchionesses 
Wives of eldest sons of Dukes 
Daughters of Dukes 
♦Countesses 

Wives of eldest sons of Marquesses 
Daughters of Marquesses 
Wives of younger sons of Dukes 

* Viscountesses 

Wives of eldest sons of Earls 

Daughters of Earls 

Wives of younger sons of Marquesses 

* Baronesses 

Wives of eldest sons of Viscounts 

Daughters of Viscounts 

Wives of younger sons of Earls 

Wives of eldest sons of Barons 

Daughters of Barons 

Maids of Honour to the Queen or Queen Mother t 

Wives of younger sons of Viscounts 

Wives of younger sons of Barons 

Wives of sons of Life Peers 

Daughters of Life Peers 

* Wives of Baronets 

Wives of Knights of the Garter 

Wives of Knights of the Thistle and St. Patrick 

Dames Grand Cro.ss of the Order of the British Emp 



Wives of eldest sons of Knights Grand Cross of the Bath 

Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the Bath 

Wives of eldest sons of Knights Grand Commanders of 

the Star of India 
Daughters of Knights Grand Commanders of the Star of 

India 
Wives of eldest sons of Knights Grand Cross of St. 

Michael and St. George 
Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael and 

St. George 
Wives of eldest sons of Knights Grand Commanders of 

the Indian Empire 
Daughters of Knights Grand Commanders of the Indian 

Empire 
Wives of eldest sons of Knights Grand Cross of the R. 

Victorian Order 
Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the R. Victorian 

Order 
Wives of eldest sons of Knights Grand Cross of the Order 

of the British Empire 
Daughters of Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the 

British Empire 
Wives of eldest sons of Knights Commanders of the Bath 
Daughters of Knights Commanders of the Bath 



Wives of eldest sons of Knights Commanders of the Star 
Wives of Knights Grand Cross of the Bath, Grand: of India 

Commanders of the Star of India, Grand Cross of St. Daughters of Knights Commanders of the Star of India 

Michael and St. George, Grand Commanders of the Wives of eldest sons of Knights Commanders of St. 

Indian Empire, Grand Cross of the R. Victorinn Order Michael and St. George 

and Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire Daughters of Knights Commanders of St. Michael and 
Dames Commanders of the Order of the British Empire St. George 

Wives of Knights Commanders of the Bath, of the Star Wives of eldest sons of Knights Commanders of the 

of India, of St. Michael and St. George, of the Indian Indian Empire 

Empire, of the R. Victorian Order, and of the Order Daughters of Knights Commanders of the Indian Empire 



Wives of eldest sons of Knights Commanders < 

Victorian Order 
Daughters of Knights Commanders of the R. Victorian 

Order 
] Wives of eldest sons of Knights Commanders of the Order 

of the British Empire 
Daughters of Knights Commanders of the Order of the 

British Empire 
Wives of eldest sons of Knights Bachelors 
j Daughters of Knights Bachelors 



the British En 
Ladies of the Crown of India 
Wives of Knights Bachelors 
Commanders of the Order of the British Empire 
Wives of Companions of the Bath 
Wives of Companions of the Star of India 
Wives of Companions of St. Michael and St. George 
Wives of Companions of the Indian Empire 
Wives of Commanders of the R. Victorian Order 
Wives of Commanders of the Order of the British Empi] 

Wives of Companions of the Distinguished Service Order j Members of the Order of the Briti: 
Officers of the Order of the British Empire Wives of Members of the R. Victorian Order (5th Class) 

Wives of Members of the R. Victorian Order (4th Class) Wives of Members of the Order of the British Jlmpii 



Wive,s of Officers of tlie Order of the British En _ 
Companions of the Imperial Service Order 
Wives of Companions of the Imperial Service Order 
Wives of Gentlemen of Privy Chamber 
Wives of eldest sons of younger sons of Peers 
Daughters of younger sons of Peers 
Wives of eldest sons of Baronets 
Daughters of Baronets 



younger sons of the younger sons of Peers 
Wives of younger sons of Baronets 
Wives of Esquires of the Sovereign's Body 
Wives of Esquires of Knights of the Bath 
Wives of Esquires by creation 
Wives of Esquires by office 
Wives of younger sons of Knights 
Wives of Gentlemen entitled to bear arms 



Ladies ot the same rank take firecedence according to the dignity o£ their hnsbandB. 



is oi ine same ranjs taKe preceaence according to 
. ladiea are styled ■ Honourable.- and retain thai, 



precedence for life. 



THE PRINCIPAL 



LONDON CLUBS AND HOTELS. 



CLUBS. 



Al,beiulSle, 37 Dover Streot, W. 1. 
Alexandra (LADres), 12 Grosvenor Street, 

W. 1. 
Alpine, 23 Savile Row, W. I. 
AfiMY AND Navy, 36 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 
Akthtie's, 69 St. James's Street, S.W. 1. 
Ahts', 40 Dover Street, W. 1. 
Athen^um, 107 Pall Mall, S.W. 1 . 
Authors', 2 Whitehall Court, S.W. 1. 
Bachelors', 8 Hamilton Place, W. 1. 
Badminton, 100 Piccadilly, W. 1. 
Bath, 34 Dover Street, W. 1. 
Beefsteak, 9 Green Street, W.C. 2. 
Blenheim, 26 King Street, S.W. 1. 
Boodle's, 28 St. James's Street, S.W. 1. 
British Empire, 12 St. James's Square, S.W. 1. 
Brooks's, 60 St. James's Street, S.W. 1. 
Burlington Fine Arts', 17 Savile Row, W. 1. 
Caledonian, St. James's Square, S.W. 1. 
Carlton, 94 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 
Cavalry, 127 PieeadiUy, W. 1. 
City Carlton,24-27 St. Swithin's Lane, E.C.4. 
City Liberal, Walbrook, E.C. 4. 
City of London, 19 Old Broad Street, E.C. 2. 
Cocoa Tree, 64 St. James's Street, S.W. 1. 
Conservative, 74 St. James's Street, S.W. 1. 
Constitutional, Northumberland Avenue, 

W.C. 2 (temporary premises, Hotel Cecil, 

Thames Embankment, W.C. 2). 
Devonshire, 50 St. James's Street, S.W. 1. 
East India United Service, 16 St. James's 

Square, S.W. 1, 
Empress (Ladies), 35 Dover Street, W. 1. 
Garrick, 15 Garrick Street, W.C. 2. 
Golfers', 2a Whitehall Court, S.W. 1 
Gresham, 1 Gresham Place, E.C. 2. 
Guards', 70 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 
HuRLiNGHAM, Fulham, S.W. 6. 
Isthmian, 105 Piccadilly, W. 1. 
JunioeArmyand Navy, Horse Guards Avenue, 

S.W. 1. 
Junior Atken.eum, 116 Piccadilly, W. 1. 
Junior Carlton, 30 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 
Junior Constitutional, 101 Piccadilly, W. 1. 
JuniorN AVAL AND MiLiTARY,96 Piccadilly,W. 1 . 
Junior United Service, 11 Charles Street, 

St. James's Square, S.W. 1. 



Naty, 2 Burlington 



j Ladies' Army and 

Gardens, W. 1. 
1 Ladies' Imperial, 17 and 1 8 Dover Street , W. 1 . 
I Lyceum (Ladies), 138 Piccadilly, W. 1. 
! Marlborough, 52 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 

National, 1 Whitehall Gardens, S.W. 1. 
■ National Liberal, Victoria Street, S.W. 1. 

Naval and Military, 94 Piccadilly, W. 1. 

New County (L adies ),2 1 Hanover Square, W. 1 . 

New Oxford and Cambridge, 68 Pall Mall, 
S.W. 1. 

New University, 57 St. James's Street, S.W.I. 

Northern CouNTiEs',4WhitehaU Court.S.W.l. 

Oriental, 18 Hanover Square, W. 1. 

Orleans, 29 King Street, S.W. 1. 

OxjfOHDAND Cambridge, 71 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 

Portland, 9 St. James's Square, S.W. 1. 

Pratt's, 14 Park Place, S.W. 1. 

Primrose, 4 Park Place, S.W. 1. 

Prince's, 197 Knightsbridge, S.W. 7. 

Queen's, West Kensington, W. 14. 

Ranelagh, Barnes, S.W. 13. 

Reform, 104 PaU Mall, S.W. 1. 

Royal Air Force, 128 Piccadilly, W. 1. 

Ro?AL Automobile, Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 

Royal Societies", 63 St. James's Street.S.W. 1. 

Royal Thames Yacht, 80 Piccadilly, W. 1. 

St. James's, 106 Piccadilly, W. 1. 

St. Stephen's, 1 Bridge Street, S.W. 1. 

Savage, 6 Adelphi Terrace, W.C. 2. 

Savile, 107 Piccadilly, W. 1. 

Sesame (Ladies), 29 Dover Street, W. 1. 

Sports', 8 St. James's Square, S.W. 1. 

Thatched House, 86 St. James's Street, 
S.W. 1. 

Travellers', 106 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 

Turf, 85 Piccadilly, W. 1. 

Union, Trafalgar Square, S.W. 1. 

United Service, 116 Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 

United University, 1 Suffolk Street, Pall Mall 
East, S.W. 1. 

Wellington, 1 (temporary premises 17) Gros- 
venor Place, S.W. 1. 

Westminster, 3 Whitehall Court, S.W. 1. 

White's, 37 St. James's Street, S.W. 1. 

Whitehall, Prince's Street, S.W. 1. 

Windham, 13 St. James's Square, S.W. 1. 



H O T K L S. 



Alexandra, Knightsbridge, S.W. 1. 
Bailey's, 84 Gloucester Road, S.W. 7. 
Batts', 41 Dover Street, W. 1. 
Berkeley, 77 Piccadilly, W. 1. 
Brown's, 21 Dover Street, W. 1. 
Burlington, 19 Cork Street, W. 1. 
Carlton, Pall Mall, S.W. 1. 
Cecil, Thames Embankment, W.C. 2. 
Charing Cross, Charing Cross, S.W. 1. 
Claridge's, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, 

W. 1. 
CoBUEG, Carlos Place, Grosvenor Square, W. 1. 
Euston, Euston Square, N.W. 1. 
First Avenue, High Holborn, W.C. 1. 
Fischer's, 11 Clifford Street, W. 1. 
Fleming's, 9 and 10 Half Moon Street, W. 1. 
Ford's, 14 Manchester Street, W. 1. 
Golden Cross, 452 West Strand, W.C. 2. 
Gb£at Nobtsebn, Euston Road, N.W. 1. 



Great Western, Paddington, W. 2. 

Grosvenor, Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 1. 

Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, S.W. 1. 

Langham, Portland Place, W. 1. 

Midland (St. Pancras), Euston Road, N.W. 1. 

Morley's, Trafalgar Square, W.C. 2. 

Piccadilly, 21 Piccadilly, W. 1. 

Regent Palace, Piccadilly Circus, W. 1. 

RiTZ, Piccadilly, W. 1. 

RoyaxPalace,6 Kensington High Street, W. 8. 

Robkns, Buckingham Palace Road, S.W, 1. 

Russell, Russell Square, W.C. 1. 

Savoy, Thames Embankment, W.C. 2. 

South Kensington, Queen's Gate Terrace, 

S.W. 7. 
Tavistock, Covent Garden, W.C. 2. 
Victoria, Northumberland Avenue, W.C. 2. 
Waldorf, Aldwych, W.C. 2. 
YoEX, 9 to 11 Albemarle Street, W. 1. 



NOTICE. 



! it is impossible for the j 
' The County Families,' many errors 



so voliiminont a work as 
spelling, and many omissions, will not be detected by his 



■ to suppose, or even to hope, that 

, „ in spelling, and many omissions. 

Readers, he begs respectfully to inform them that he will be much obliged if any Member of the 



Families recorded in these pages will kindly notify to him, under cover to hi< Publishers, Messks. 
Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., 1 New Street Square, E.G. i, the points in which any 
omission or erroneous statement may be detected, in order that such defects.may be remedied in all 
future editions of this book. 

The cross ( + ) before a name denotes that the Family to whose name it is prefixed lias failed 
to supply the Editor with full and satisfactory information in time for publication, and he 
therefore cannot he responsible , or the accuracy of all the details. 

The asterisk (*) denotes the probable line of succession to a title, or else to entailed or settled estates. 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. 



A.A.G.— Assistant Adjutant-General. 

A.D.C.— Aide-de-Camp. 

A.F.C.— Air Force Cross. 

Aid. — Alderman. 

A.M.D. — Army Medical Department 

A.M.S. — Army Medical Service. 

A.O.D.— Army Ordnance Department. 

A.P.D.— Army Pay Department 

A.Q.M G. — Assistant Quartermaster- General. 

A.S.C. — Army Service Corps, 

A.V. — Artillery Volunteers 

B.A. — Bachelor of Arts. 

B.A.I.— Bachelor ' Arte lugenaria ' (Engineering) . 

Batt.— Battalion. 

B.Ch.— Bachelor of Surgery. 

B.C.L.— Bachelor of Civil Laws 

B.D.— Bachelor of Divinity. 

B.E. — Bachelor in Engineering. 

B.E.F. — British Expeditionary Force. 

B.N.C.— Brasenose College. 

B.Sc. — Bachelor of Science. 

C.Ald. — County Alderman 

Capt. — Captain. 

C.B. — Companion of the Bath. 

C.B.E. — Commander of the British Empire. 

C.C. — County Council or County Councillor. 

C.C.C— Corpus Christi College. 

C.E.— Civil Engineer. 

C.F.— Chaplain to the Forces. 

C.H.— Companion of Honour. 

Ch. Ch.— Christ Church. 

C.I. — Lady of the Lnperial Order of the Crown of 
India. 

CLE. — Companion of the Indian Empire 

C.M.G.— Companion of St. Michael and St. 
George. 

CO. — County. 

Col.— Colonel. 

Coll.— College 

Comm. — C<*mmander or Commanding. 

C.S.— Civil Service, or Commissioner of Supply. 

C.S.I.— Companion of the Star of India. 

C.V.O.— Commander of the Royal Victorian 
Order. 

rf.-Died. 

D.A.G.— Deputy Adjutant-General. 

D.A.A.G.— Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General. 

D.A.Q.M.'^ — Deputy Assistant Quartermaster- 
General. 

Dau.— Daughter. 



D.B.E.— Dame Commander of the British 

Empire. 
D.C.L.— Doctor of Civil Laws 
D.F.C.— Distinguished Flying Cross. 
div. — Divorced. 
'D.L. — Deputy Lieutenant. 
D.P.H.— Diploma of PubUc Health. 
D.Q.M.G. - Deputy Quartermaster-General. 
D.S.C. — Distinguished Service Cross. 
D.S.O. — Distinguished Service Order. 
d.s.p. — Died without issue. 

il.v.fK— Died during his, or her, father's lifetime. 
F.C.S.— FeDow of the Chemical Society. 
F.G.B.S.— Fellow of the Genealogical and 

Biographical Society. 
F.G.S.— Fellow of the Geological Society. 
P.L.S. — Fellow of the Linnean Society. 
P.M.— Field Marshal. 
F.R.A.S. — Fellow of the Royal Astronomical 

Society. 
F.R.C.I.— Fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute. 
F.R.G.S.— Fellow of the Royal Geographical 

Society . 
P.R.H.S. — FeUow of the Royal Historical 

Society. 
F.R.I.B.A.— Fellow of the Royal Institute of 

British Architects. 
F.R.P.S.— Fellow of the Royal Physical Society. 
P.R.S.— Fellow of the Royal Society. 
P.R.S.E.— Fellow of the Royal Society of Edin- 
burgh. 
F.S.A.— Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. 
F.S.A. Scot. — Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries 

of Scotland. 
F.S.I.— Fellow of the Surveyors' Institution. 
F.S.S. — Fellow of the Royal Statistical 

Society. 
P. Z.S.— Fellow of the Zoological Society 
G. B.E. —Grand Cross of the British Empire. 
G.C.B.— Grand Cross of the Bath. 
G.C.H. — Grand Cross of Hanover. 
G.C.I.E. — Grand Commander of the Indian 

Empire. 
G.C.M.G.— Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. 

George. 
G.C.S.I.— Grand Commander of the Star of India. 
G.C.V.O.— Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian 

Order. 
Gen. — General. 

G.M.I.E. — Grand Master of the Indian Empire. 
I G.M.S.I.— Grand Master of the Star of India. 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. 



H.E.I.C.S. — Honourable East India Company's 

Sei'Tice. 
Heir Pres. — Heir presumptive. 
H.H.— His (or Her) Highness. 
H.I.H.— His (or Her) Imperial Highness. 
H.I.M. — His (or Her) Imperial Majesty. 
H.M.— His (or Her) Majesty. 
Hon. — Honourable or Honorary. 
H.E.H.— His (or Her) Royal Higlmess. 
H.S.H.— His (or Her) Serene Highness. 
Imp. Yeo. — Imperial Yeomanry. 
I.C.S. — Indian Civil Service. 
I.M.S.- Indian Medical Service. 
I.S.C— Indian Stag Corps. 

I.S.O. — Companion of the Imperial Service Order 
J.P.— Justice of the Peace, or Magistrate. 
K.B.E. — Knight Commander of the British 

Empire. 
K.C.— King's Counsel. 
K.C.B.— Knight Commander of the Bath. 
K.C.H. — Knight Commander of Hanover. 
K.C. I.E.— Knight Commander of the Indian 

Empire. 
K.C.M.G.— Knight Commander of St. Michael and 

St. George. 
K.C.S.I.— Knight Commander of the Star of 

India. 
K.C.V.O.— Knight Commander of the Royal Vic- 
torian Order. 
K.G.— Knight of the Garter. 
K.H. — Knight of Hanover. 
K.O.— King's Own. 
K.P.— Knight of St. Patrick. 
K.T.— Knight of the Thistle. 
K.T.S.— Knight of the Tower and Sword. 
L.l. — Light Infantry. 
Lieut.— Lieutenant. 

Lieut.-Comm.— Lieutenant-Commander. 
LLB. — Bachelor of Laws. 
LL.D. — Doctor of Laws. 
LL.M.— Master of Laws. 
m. — Married. 
M.A.— Master of Arts. 
M. .E. -Member of the Order of the British 

Empire. 
M.O.— Military Cross. 

M.Ch.— Magister Chirurgise : ' Master of Surgery.' 
M.E.C.— Member of Executive Council. 
M.G.C.— Machine Gun Corps. 
^•^■^•^- ) Member of the Institution of Civil - 
MIME j Electrical— Mechanical Engineers. 



M.L.A.— Member of Legislative Assembly. 

M.L.C.— Member of Legislative Council. 

M.P. — Member of Parliament. 

M.T.— Mechanical Transport. 

M.V.O.— Member of the Royal Victorian Order. 

N.S.W.-New South Wales. , , ^ . . , 

O.B.E.— Officer of the Order lof the British 

Empire. 
CM.— Order of Merit, 
pat. prec— Patent of Precedency. 
P.C— Privy Councillor. 
Ph.D.— Doctor of Philosophy. 
Q.C. — Queen's Counsel. 
Q.M.G.— Quartermaster-General. 
Q.O.— Queen's Own. 
E. A.— Royal Artillery. 
E.Ac— Royal Academician. 
E.A.F.— Royal Air Force. 
E.A.M.C— Royal Army Medical Corps. 
E.A.O.C— Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 
R.A.S.C— Eojal Army Service Corps. 
R.A.V.C— Royal Army Veterinary Corps. 
R.D.— Eoyal Naval Reserve Officers' Decoration 
R.E.— Royal Engineers. 
R.F.A.— Royal Field Artillery. 
R.G.A.— Royal Garrison Artillery. 
E.H.A.— Royal Horse Artillery. 
R.I.C.— Royal Irish Constabulary. 
R. M. — Resident Magistrate. 
R.M.A.— Royal Marine Artillery. 
E.M.L.I.— Eoyal Marine Light Infantry, 
ret. — retired. 
E.N.— Eoyal Navy. 

E.N.A.V.— Royal Naval Ai-tillery Volunteers. 
R.B.C.- Lady of the Eoyal Bed Cross. 
E.V.— Rifle Volunteers, 
s.— Succeeded (to a title or estate). 

S.C— Staff Corps. 

T.D.— Territorial Decoration. 

T.F.— Territorial Force. 

T.R.H.— Their Royal Highnesses. 

Univ.— University. 

U.S.A.— United States of America. 

u.s.l. — Unemployed Supernumerary List. 

V.A.— Lady of the Royal Order of Victoria and 
Albert. 

V.C— Victoria Cross. 

V.D. — Volunteer Decoration. 

Vol. — Volunteer. 

W.S.— Writer to the Signet. 

Y.C. or Yeo. Cav. — Yeomanry Cavalry. 

Yeo. — Yeomanry. 



Clje liing anb tin |lopl Jfamil|. 




G 



THE KING. 

EOEGE V. (GEOEGE FEEDERICK EENEST 

ALBEET), OF THE United Kingdom of Great Britain 
AND Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, 
King, Defender of the Eaith, and Emperor of India. 

His Majesty is the second and only surviving son of H.M. King 
EDWARD VII. (Albert Edward), who died May 6th, 1910, and of H.M. Qneen 
ALEXANDRA Caroline Mary Charlotte Louisa Julia (Sandnngliam, Norfolk; 
Villa Hvidore, Denmark ; Marlhorourjh House, Fall Mall, s.w. 1), eldest dau. of H.M. 
King Christian IX. of Denmark, who died January 28th, 1906. His Majesty 
was bom at Marlborough House, June 3rd, 1865, and married July 6th, 1893, 
H.S.H. Princess Victoria MART Augusta Louisa Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes, 
only dau. of H.H. Francis Paul Charles Louis Alexander, Prince and Duke of 
Teck, who died January 21st, 1900, and of H.R.H. Princess Mary Adelaide 
Wilhelmina Elizabeth, Duchess of Teck, who died October 27th, 1897, second 
dau. of H.R.H. George, 1st Duke of Cambridge (ex^.). Their Majesties have 
had issue — 

1. prince EDWARD ALBERT christian GEORGE ANDREW PATRICK DAVID, 

K.G., G.C.M.G., G.B.E., M.C. {whom see under Wales, the Prince of); b. June 23rd, 1894. 

2. PRINCE ALBERT FREDERICK ARTHUR GEORGE, K.G., Lieut. R.N., Flight Lieut. 

R.A.F. and a Cavalier of the Mil. Order of Savoy ; served on the StaflFof the Commander- 
in-Chief at Portsmouth 191&-17; elected a Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple 1917; 
appointed a Personal A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1919 ; has the Russian Order of 
St. Vladimir, 4th Class, -with Swords ; educated at the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and 
Dartmouth; b. Dec. I4th, 1895. 

3. PRINCESS VICTORIA ALEXANDRA ALICE MARY, Col.-in.Chiet R. Scots (Lothian 

Eegt.) ; b. April 28th, 1897. 

4. PRINCE HENRY WILLIAM FREDERICK ALBERT, Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps; 

educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. CoU., Sandhurst; b. March 31st, 1900. 

5. PRINCE GEORGE EDWARD ALEXANDER EDMUND, a Naval Cadet ; educated at 

the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dartmouth ; b. Dec. 20th, 1902. 

6. PRINCE JOHN CHARLES FRANCIS, b. July 12th, 1905, and d. Jan. ISth, 1919. 
Risidenca. — Windsor Castle, Berkshire; York Cottage, Sandringham, Norfolk; Balmoral 

Cattle, Aberdeenshire; Buckingham Palace, s.w. 1. 



\ 



THE KING AND THE ROYAL FAMILY. 

His Majesty's brothers and sisters have been — 

1. PRINCE ALBERl VICTOR CHRISTIAN EDWARD, Duke of Clarence and Avondale 

and Earl of Athlone, K.G., K.P., Major 10th R. Hussars, Personal A.D.C. to H.M. Queen 
Victoria, Hon. Lieut. B. Naval Reserve, and Hon. Col. 4th Bombay Cav. ; b. Jan. 8th, 
1864; d. Jan. 14th, 1892. 

2. PRINCESS LOUISE VICTORIA ALEXANDRA DAGMAR (Princess Royal), V.A., C.I., a 

Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem and Col.-in-Chief of the 7th (Princess 
Royal's) Dragoon Guards ; b. Feb. 20th, 1867; m. July 27th, 1889, Alexander William 
George, 1st Duke of Fife, K.G., K.T., G.C.V.O., P.C, who had the R. Victorian Chain, 
.ind who d. Jan. 29th, 1912, and has issue — 

1 . PRINOESS ALEXANDRA. VICTORIA ALBERTA EDWINA LOUISE, 2nd Dachese of Fife (iihom see); 

b. May 17th, 1891 ; m. Oct. 15th, 1913, H.R.H. Prince Arthur Frederick Patrick Albert of Oonnaught, 
K.G., K.T., cfec. (tctiom see under Connaughl and Strathearn, H.R.H. the Duke of), and has issue 
Alastair Arthur, Earl of Macduff, b. Aug. 9tt), 1914. 

2. PRINCESS MAUD ALEXANDRA VICTORIA GEORGINA BERTHA, i. AprU 3rd, 1893. 

3. PRINCESS VICTORIA ALEXANDRA OLGA MARY, V.A., C.I., a Lady of Justice of 

the Order of St. John of Jerusalem; h. July 6th, 1868. 

4. PRINCESS MAUD CHARLOTTE MARY VICTORIA, V.A., C.I., a Lady of Justice 

of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem; *. Nov. 26th, 1869 ; m. July 22nd, 1896, H.M. 
Christian Frederick Charles George Waldemar Axel, King (Haakon VII.) of Norway, 
E.G., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Hon. Adm. R.N., Hon. Col. King's Own R. Regt. Norfolk Yeo., 
and a Knight of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who has the R. Victorian 
Chain, and has issue — 
PRINCE ALEXANDER EDWARD CHRISTIAN FREDERIK (OLAV), Crown Prince of Norway ; 
6. July 2nd, 1903. 

5. PRINCE ALEXANDER JOHN CHARLES ALBERT, b. 6th and d. April 7th, 1871. 

His Majesty's uncles and aunts, the sons and daus. of H.M. Queen Alexandrina 
VICTORIA, vpho d. Jan. 22nd, 1901, and of H.R.H. Prince Francis 
ALBERT Augustus Charles Emmanuel, Prince Consort, Duke of Saxony 
and Prince of Saxe-Cobnrg and Gotha, who d. Dec. 14th, 1861, have been — 

1. PRINCESS VICTORIA ADELAIDE MARIA LOUISA (Princess Royal), b. Nov. 

21st, 1840; d. Aug. 5th, 1901, having »«. Jan. 25th, 1858, H.I.M. Frederick William 
Nicholas Charles, German Emperor, and King of Prussia, K.G., G.C.B. (i. Oct. 18th, 
1831 ; d. June 15th, 1888). The Empress had issue— 

1. PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM VICTOR ALBERT, formerly German Emperor and King of 

Prussia, an Hon. Adm. of the Fleet, a Field Marshal in the Army, and Col.-in-Chief of the 1st 
R. Dragonns ; 6. Jan. 27th, 1859 ; m. Feb. 27th, 1881, H.H. Princess Augusta Victoria Freiderike 
Louise Feodora Jenny, eldest dau of H.H. the late Frederic Christian Augustus, Prince and Duke 
of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augnstenburg, and has 6 sons and a dau. 

2. PRINCESS VICTORIA ELIZABETH AUGUSTA CHARLOTTE, C.I., 6. July 24th, 1860; m. Feb. 

18th, 1878, H.H. Bernard Frederic William Albert George, formerly Hereditary Pnnce of Saxe- 
Meiningeu, and has a dau. 

3. PRINCE ALBERT WILLIAM HENRY, formerly an Hon. Adm. of the Fleet R.N. ; b. Aug. 14th, 

1862; m. May 24th, 1888, H.H. Princess Irene Marie Louise Anna, 3rd dau. of H.R.H. the late 
Louis IV., Grand Duke of Hesse, K.G., and has 2 sons. 

4. PRINCE FRANCIS FREDERIC SIOISMUND, b. Sept. 15th, 1864 ; d. June 18th, 1866. 

6. PRINCESS FREDERIKA WILHELMINA AMELIE VICTORIA, 6. April 12th, 1866 ; m. Nov. 19th, 
1890, H.S.H. Prince Adolphe William Victor of Schaumburg-Lippe. 

6. PRINCE JOACHIM FREDERICK ERNEST WALDEMAR, b. Feb. 10th, 1868; d, March 27th, 1879. 

7. PRINCESS SOPHIE DOROTHEE ULRIQUB ALICE, an Hon. Lady of Jnstioe of the Order of St. John 

of Jerusalem; 6. June 14th, 1870; m. Oct. 27th, 1889, H.M. Constantine I., ex-King of The 
Hellenes, G.C.B., who has the R Victorian Chain, and has 3 sons and 3 daus. 
8 PRINCESS MARGARET BEATRICE FEODORA, b. April 22nd, 1872; m. Jan. 23rd, 1893, H.H. 
Prince Frederick Charles Louis Constantine of Hesse, and has 6 sons. 

2. PRINCESS ALICE MAUD MARY, b. April 25th, 1843; d. Dec. 14th, 1878, having 

m. July 1st, 1862, H.R.H. Louis IV., Grand Duke of Hesse, K.Q-., who d. March 13th, 
1892, and had issue — 
1. PRINCESS VICTORIA ALBERTA ELIZABETH MATILDA MART, V.A.; b. April 5th, 1863 ; m. 

April 30th, 1884, Louis Alexander, 1st Marquess of Milford Haven, G.O.B., G.O.V.O., K.O.M.G. 

P.O., Adm. ret. R.N. (uihom see), and has 2 sons and 2 daus. 



THE KING AND THE ROYAL TAMILT. 



2. PRINCESS ELIZABKTH ALEXANDRINE LOUISE ALICE, T.A. : hM been Mother Snperior of 

the Sisterhood of Mercy in Moscow, which was founded by her, since 1910 ; b. Nov. 1st, 1864 ; m. 
June 16th, 1884, H.I.H. the Grand Duke Sergius Alcxandrovitch of Russia, G.C.B., who d. Feb. 17th, 
1905. 

3. PRINCESS IRENE MARIE LOUISE ANNA, i. July 11th, 1866 ; m. May 24th, 1888, H.R.H. 

Prince Albert William Henry of Prussia {whom see above). 

4. ERNEST LOUIS CHAELES ALBERT WILLIAM, formerly Reigning Grand Duke of Hesse ; 

b. Nov. 25th, 1868; jn. 1st April 19th, 1894, H.R.H. Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg and 
Gotha, which marriage was dissolved in 1901 ; 2ndly Feb. 2nd, 1905, H.3.H. Princess Eleanore 
Ernestine Marie, dau. of H.S.H. the late Prince Hermann of Solms-Hohensolms-Lich, and has 2 sons. 
t. PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM AUOUSTUS VICTOR LEOPOLD LOITIS, b. Oct. 7th, 1870; 
d. May 29th, 1873. 

6. PRINCESS VICTORIA ALIX HELENA LOUISE BEATRICE (ALEXANDRA FEODOROTNA), 

V.A. ; 6. June 6th, 1872 ; m. Nov. 26th, 1894, H.I.M. the ex-Tsar Nicholas 11. of Russia, K.G., G.C.B., 
an Hon. Adm. of the Fleet and Ool.-in-Ohief of the 2nd Dragoons ( R. Scots Greys), who had the 
R. Victorian Chain, and who was shot by the Bolsheviks on or about July 17, 1918, with his 
wife, son and 4 daus. 

7. PRINCESS MARIE VICTORIA FEODORE LEOPOLDINE, b. May 24th, 1874 ; rf. Nov. 16th, 1878. 

3. PRINCE ALFRKD ERNEST ALBEBT, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke of Edin- 

burgh, K.G., K.T., K.P., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., an Adm. of the 
Fleet, Personal Naval A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria, and Col.-in-Chief of the R. Marines ; 
b. Aug. 6th, 1844; d. July 20th, 1900, having m. Jan. 23rd, 1874, H.I.H. the Grand 
Duchess Marie Alexandrovna, V.A., C.I., a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of 
.Terusalem, only dau. of H.I.M. Alexander II., Tsar of Russia, and had issue — 

1. PRINCE ALFRED ALEXANDER WILLIAM ERNEST ALBERT, E.G., a Knight of the Black 

Eagle of Pnissia, and Capt. 2nd Vol. Batt. Devonshire Regt. ■ b. Oct. 15th, 1874 ; d. Feb. 6th, 1899. 

2. PRINCESS MARIE ALEXANDRA VICTORIA, V.A., C.I. ; b. Oct. 29th, 1875 ; m. Jan. 10th, 1893, 

H.M. Ferdinand Victor Albert Mainrad.King (Ferdinand I.) of Rumania, G.C.B., and has 2 sons and 

3. PRINCESS VICTORIA MELITA (VICTORIA FEODOROVNA), V.A., O.L ; b. Nov. 26th, 1876; m 

l8t April 19th, 1894 (marriage dissolved 1901), H.R.H. Ernest Louis Charles Albert WUIiam, 
formerly Reigning Grand Duke of Hesse (irhom see ante) ; 2ndly Oct. 8th, 1906, H.I.H. the Grand 
Duke Cyril Vladimirovitch. of Russia, and has 2 daus. 

4. PRINCESS ALEXANDRA LOUISE OLGA VICTORIA, V.A., C.I. ; 6. Sep. 1st, 1878 ; m. April 20th, 

1896, H.H. Ernest Guillaume Frederic Charles Maximilien, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, and 
has a son and 3 daus. 

5. PRINCESS BEATRICE LEOPOLDINE VICTORIA, V.A. ; b. April 20th, 1884 ; m. July 16th, 1909, 

Prince Alfonso d'Orlians-Bourbon, son of Prince Antoine of Orleans, Duoa di Galliera, Infante of 
Spain, and has 3 sons. 

4. PRINCESS HELENA AUGUSTA VICTORIA, G.B.E., V.A., C.I., a Lady of the R. Red 

Cross, and a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; b. May 25th, 1846 ; 
TO. July 5th, 1866, Gen. H.R.H. Prince Frederick Christian Charles Augustus of Schleswig- 
Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, K.G., G.C.V.O., P.C, D.C.L., High Steward of 
Windsor, Ranger of Windsor Great Park, a Bencher of the Inner Temple, a Knight 
of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Personal A.D.C. to King George V., 
late Personal A.D.C. to T.M. King Edward VIL and Queen Victoria, Hon. Col. 4th Batt. 
R. Berkshire Regt., V.D., and formerly Col.-Gen. in the Prussian Army, who had the 
R. Victorian Chain, and who d. Oct. 28th, 1917, and has had issue — 

1. PRINCE CHRISTIAN VICTOR ALBERT LUDWIO ERNEST ANTON, G.C.B., Brevet Major King's 

E. Rifle Corps ; previously Lieut. 1st Vol. Batt. R. Berkshire Regt. ; educated at Wellington Coll. 
and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford ; b. April 14th, 1867 ; d. Oct. 29th, 1900. 

2. PRINCE ALBERT JOHN CHARLES FREDERIC ALFRED GbIORGE, formerly in the German 

Army ; has the Order of the Black Eagle of Prussia ; educated at Charterhouse ; b. Feb. 26th, 1869. 

3. PRINCESS VICTORIA LOUISE SOPHIE AUGUSTA AMELIA HELENA, G.B.E., V.A., C.I., 

R.R.O.. a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; b. May 3rd, 1870. 

4. PRINCESS FRANZISKAJOSEPHA LOUISE AUGUSTA MARIE CHRISTIANA HELENA, G.B.B., 

V.A., C.I., an Hon. Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem; 6. Aug. 12th, 1872 ; m. 
July 6th, 1891, H.H. Prince Aribert Joseph Alexander of Anhalt, which marriage was dissolved 
in 1900. 

5. PRINCE FREDERICK CHRISTIAN AUOUSTUS LEOPOLD EDWARD HAROLD, b. 12th, d. 20th 

May, 1876. 

5. PRINCESS LOUISE CAROLINE ALBERTA, G.B.E., V.A., C.X., a Lady of the R. Red 

Cross, a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Col.-in-Chief of 
Princess Louise's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 
Univ. 1904; has the Russian Order of St. Catherine; b. March 18th, 1848; m. 
March 2l8t, 1871, John Douglas Sutherland, 9th Duke of Argyll, K.G., K.T., G.C.M.G., 
Q.C.V.O., P.O., who had the R. Victorian Chain and who d. s. p. May 2nd, 1914. 



i THE KING AND THE SOTAL FAMILY. 

6. PRINCE ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, 

K.G., &c. {whom see); b. May 1st, 1850; m. March 13th, 1879, H.R.H. Princess Louise 
Margaret Alexandra Victoria Agnes of Prussia, V.A., C.I., a Lady of Justice of the Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem, who d. March 14th, 1917, 3rd dau. of H.R.H. the late Prince 
Frederick Charles of Prussia, G.C.B., and has issue — 

1. PRINCESS MARGARET VICTORIA AUGUSTA CHARLOTTE NORAH, V.A., a Lady of Justice of 

the Order of St. John of Jerusalem : b. Jan. 16th, 1882 ; m. June ]6th, 1906, H.E.H. (Oscar Frederick 
WilUam Olaf) Gustavus Adolphus, Crown Prince of Sweden and Duke of Skine, Q.C.B., G.O.V.O., 
and has 4 sons and a dau. 

2. PEINCE ARTHUR EKEDERICK PATRICK ALBERT, K.G., K.T„ &c. {nhom see nnder Connaught 

and Strathearn, H.R.H. the Duke of); b. Jan. 18th, 1883; m. Oct. 16th, 1913, H.H. Princess 
Alexandra Victoria Alberta Edwina Louise, 2nd Duchess of Fife (whom see), and has a son. 

3. LADY VICTORIA PATRICIA HELENA ELIZABETH, C.I., a Lady of Justice of the Order of 

St. John of Jerusalem and Hon. Col.-in-Chlef of Princess Patricia's Canadian L.I. Batt. ; b. 
March 17th, 1886; m. Feb. 27th, 1919, Capt. the Hon. Alexander Robert Maule Ramsay, 
D.S.O., R.N. (3rd son of John WiUiam, 13th Earl of DaUiousie), and relinquished the style of Royal 
Highness and the title of Princess on her marriage. 

7. PRINCE LEOPOLD GEORGE DUNCAN ALBERT, Duke of Albany, K.G., K.T., 

G.CS.I., G.C.M.G., P.C, a Col. in the Army; b. April 7th, 1853; £?. March 28th, 1884, 
having ?n. April 27th, 1882, H.R.H. Princess Helen Frederica Augusta, V.A., C.I., a Lady 
of the R. Red Cross, and a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
4th dau. of H.S.H. the late George Victor, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont, G.C.B., and 
had issue — 

1. PRINCESS ALICE MARY VICTORIA AUGUSTA PAULINE, V.A., a Lady of Justice of the 

Order of St. John of Jerusalem : 6. Feb. 25th, 1883 ; m. Feb. 10th, 1904, Alexander Augustus 
Frederick William Alfred George,lst Earl of Athlone, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., C.M.G., D.S.O. (irAom see), 
and has a son and a dau. 

2. PEINCE LEOPOLD CHARLES EDWARD GEORGE ALBERT, formerly 2na Duke (deprived of 

the title 1919), and Duke of Saxe-Cohurg and Gotha ; b. (posthumous) and s. July 19tli, 1884; 
m. Oct. nth, 1905, H.H. Princess Victoria Adelaide Helena Louise Marie Frederika, eldest dau. of 
H.H. Prince Frederick Ferdinand George Christian Charles WilUam, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein- 
Sonderburg-Gliicksburg, and has 2 sons and 2 daus. 

8. PRINCESS BEATRICE MARY VICTORIA FEODORE, G.B.E., V.A., C.I., Governor and 

Capt. of the Isle of Wight, Governor of Carisbrooke Castle, a Lady of the R. Red 
Cross, and a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerufelem ; has the Russian 
Order of St. Catherine ; h. April 14th, 1867; in. .Inly 23rd, 1885, H.R.H. Prince Henry 
Maurice of Battenberg, K.G., a Col. in the Army, Hon. Col. Isle of Wight Rifle Vols., 
Capt.-Gen. and Governor of tlie Isle of Wight, and Governor of Carisbrooke Castle, who 
d. Jan. 10th, 1896. and has had issue— 

1. tALEXANDER ALBERT, 1st Marquess of Carisbrooke, G.C.V.O. (whom see) ; b. Nov. 23rd, 1886. 

2. PRINCESS VICTORIA EUGENIE JULIA ENA, b. Oct. 24th, 1887 ; m. May 31st, 1906, H.M. Alfonso 

Leon Fernando Maria Santiago Isidoro Pasoual Antonio, King (Alfonso XIII.) of Spain, K.G., 
G.C.V.O., a Gen- in the Army and Col.-in-Chief of the 16th Lancers, who has the R. Victorian 
Chain, and has 4 sons and 2 daus. 

3. -fLEOPOLD ARTHUR LOUIS, G.C.V.O. (u-hom see under Mountbatlen) ; b. May 21st, 1889. 

4. PRINCE MA VRICE VICTOR DONALD, K. C.V.O., Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps ; educated at Welling- 

ton Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; 6. Oct. 3rd, 1891 ; d. of wounds received in action 
with the British Expeditionary Force Oct. 27th, 1914. 



Abandoned the title of Prince and assumed the surname of Mountbatten by royal license 191 



THE COUNTY FAMILIES 



OF TUE UNITKD KINGDOM. 



Notice. — (1) The Postal addresses of the several families mentioned in 
end of each entry, and where the word 'Residence' is placed before 
other seats mentioned are not occupied by the owner. 

(2) The cross ( + ) before a name denotes that the Family to whose nai 

Editor with full and satisfactory information in time for publicatioi 
for the accuracy of all the details. 

(3) The asterisk (•) denotes the probable line of succession to a title or el 



his work are those given in Italics at the 
me seat or residence, it signifies that an y 



e it is prefixed has failed to supply the 
and he therefore cannot be responsible 



I to entailed or settled estates. 



formerly of 



ABBOT. See Colchester, Lady. 
ABBOTT. 7enterdc7i, Lord. 



ABBS, Henry Cooper, Es 
CleadoD House, co. Durhi 

Eldest surviving son of Cooper Abbs, Esq., of Monk- 
wearmouth, who d. 1872, by Elizabeth Mary, dau. of 
the late Samuel Thompson, Esq., of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne; h. 1842 ; m. 1897 Dagmar Johanne, 3rd dau. of 
Herr S. Natvig, of Stavanger, Norway, and has 3 daus 
Mr. Abbs, who was called to the Bar at Inner Temple 
1868, is a J.P. for co. Durham. — Bishop-Monkton 
House, near Harrogate, Yorkshire, 

ABDY, Sir Anthony Chaeles Sykes, Bart., 
of Albjns, Essex; and of Foss House, 
Perthshire.— Cr. 1850. 
Second son of Sir Thomas Neville Abdy, 1st Bart., 
M.P., who d. 1877, by Harriot, who d. 1877, 2nd dau. 
of the bitf Rowland Alston, Esq., M.P., of Pishiobury, 
Hertfonlsliin : /', 1S48: s. his brother Sir Willian: 
Nevilli- Ali.ly. 'Ji;'! Bart., 1910: m. 1885 the Hon 
Alex.-iiidiiiia \'ioini-ia JIacdonald, youngest dau. of 
Godfrey William VVfiitworth, 4th Lord Macdonald, 
and has 3 daus. Sir Anthony Abdy, who was educated 
at Wellington Coll., was formerly Capt. 2nd Life Guards 
and Military Attache at Vienna 1885, and is Patron 
of 2 livings. — 1130, Eaton Square, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Henry Beadon, b. 1853 ; m. 1891 
Anna Adcle Ooronna, and has, with other issue, a son, 
"Robert Henry Edward, Lieut. 15th Hussars; educated at 
the K. MU. Coll., Sandhurst ; h. 1898. 

ABDY, Florence, Lady. 

Dau. of the late lyehmann Louis Cohn, Esq. ; m. 1st 

18— Gen. George Palmer Robinson, who d. 1 ; 

2ndly 1909,as his 3rd wife. Sir William Neville Abdy, 
2nd Bart., who d.s.p. 1910; 3rdly 1913 Maurice 
Grant, Esq., of Slingsby, Yorkshire. 

A'BECKETT, Lady. 

Susannah Emily, dau. of the late Benjamin Eccleston, 
Esq. ; m. 1864 Sir Albert a'Beckett, who served in the 
late Indian Navy as Midshipman 1856-7 ; entered the 
War Office 1858, was Assistant Accountant-General 
of the Army 1898-1904, and who was cr. Knt. 1904, 
and d. 19U4.— 6, Brompton Square, s.w. 



A BECKETT, Lady. 

Isabella, dau. of the late Sir Archibald Michie, 
K.C.M.G., Q.C., of St. Kilda, Melbourne, who d. 1899, 
by Mary, who rf. 1910, dau. of the late John Richardson, 
Esq., M.D. ; m. 1864 Sir Thomas A Beckett, who 
WHS a Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria 
1886 -1917. and who was cr. Knt. 1909, and d. 1919.— 
Karbarok, Orroiig Eoad, Armidale, Melbourne, Victoria. 

ABERCONWAY, Lord (Charles Benjamin 
Brioht McLaren, P.C.).— Cr. 1911. 

Third son of Duncan McLaren, Esq., M.P. for Edin- 
burgh, who d. 1886, by his 2n.l wife Priscilla, who d. 
1906, dau. of the late Jacob Bright, Esq., of Green 
Bank, Rochdale ; *. 1850; m. 1877 Laura Elizabeth. 
C.B.E., a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jeru- 
salem, of Bodnant, only dau. of the late Hiiiry Davis 
Pocliin, Esq.. MP., D.L., of Bodnant. Lord Abercon- 
wav, who was educated at the Univs. of Edinburgh, 
Bonn, and Heidelberg (M.A. 1870), called to the Bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1874, and appointed a Q.C. 1897, was 
M.P. for Stafford 1880-6, and for the Bosworth Div. 
of Leicestershire 1892-Nov. 1910, and is a Magistrate 
for Denbighshire, for Middlesex, for Surrey, and for 
Flintshire (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1900), 
a Member of the Magistrates' Advisory Committees for 
Denbighshire and Leicestershire, and of the Board of 
Trade Arbitration Court, and an Associate of the Insti- 
tute of Naval Architects ; has the Orders of the Sacred 
Ti'easure of Japan, 3rd Class, and the Takovaof Servia. 
— Bodnant, Tuli/cufi), DftMghshire ; Hitders, near 
Haslemere. Sin-ru/: Chateau de la Garoupe, Aniibes, 
France; Reform^ and U. Automobile Clubs,s.w. ; Savile 
Club, w. ; 43, Belgrave Square, s.w. 

Eeir, liis son Henry Duncan, C.B.E.,a Magistrate for Denbigh- 
shire : called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1905 ; was M.P. 
for West Staffordshire 1906-Jan. 1910, and has been for the 
Bosworth Div. ot Leice«tershire since Dec. 1910 ; educated 
at Eton and at BalUol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1902, M.A. 
1905) ; b. 1S79 : m. 1910 Christabel Mary Melville, younger 
dau. of Sir Melville Leslie Macnaghten, and has, with 
other issue, a son, ' Charles Melville, b. 1913. 

ABERCORN, Duke of (James Albert Edward 
Hamilton).— Cr. 1868. 

Eldest son of James, 2nd Duke, K.G., C.B., P.O., by 
Lady Mary Anna, youngest dau. of Richard William 
Penn, 1st Earl Howe ; b. 1869 ; .«. 1913 ; m. 1894 Lady 
Rosalind Cecilia Caroline Bingham, only dau. of 
George, 4th Earl of Lucan, K.P. The Duke of 



Abel 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Abe 



Abercorn, who was educated at Eton, and sits in the 
House of Lords as Marquis of Abercorn, G.B., cr. 
1790, is H.M.'s Lieut, for co. Tyrone, and a D.L. for co. 
Donegal; was temp. Capt. 1st Life Guards Reserye 
Regt. 1915-19, andformerly Major N.Irish Horse, pre- 
viously Capt. 1st Life Guards ; Treasurer of the House- 
hold 1903-5 and M.P. for Londonderry 1900-13; elected 
Chairman of the C.C. of co. Tyrone 1913. — Baron's 
Court, Newtown Stewart, co. Tyrone; Duddingstone 
House, Poriobello, Midlothian ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son James Edward, Marquis of Hamilton, to wDom 
H.M. KiuK E hvard VII. stood sponsor ; h. 1904. 



ABERCROMBIE, John, Esq., of Augill Castle, 
Westmorland. 
Only son of John Abercrombie, Esq., J.P., M.D., 
F.R.C.P., of Augill Castle, who d. 19U, by Evelyn 
Graham, dau. of the late James Aspinall Tobin, Esq., 
J.P, of Eastham House, Cheshire; b. 1904.— Augi/i 
Castle, Brough, Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland. 



ABBRCROMBY, Lord (John Abercrombt).— 
Cr. 1801. 
Only surviving son of George Ralph, 3rd Lord, who d. j 
1852, by Louisa Pennel,who d. 1882, youngest dau. of I 
the late Hon. John Hay Forbes (Lord Medwin) ; b. \ 
1841 ; s. his brother George Ralph Campbell, 4th Lord, 
1917 ; m. 1876, Adele Wilhelmine Marika (whom he 
dii<. 1879), dau. of Charles von Heidenstam, Chamber- ] 
lain to H.M. The King of Sweden, and has a dan., j 
Edla Louisa Montagu, m. 1906Mons. Georges N.Nasos, ' 
Directeur du Conservatoire de Musique and Officier de j 
rOrdre du .Sauveur, of Athens. Lord Abercromby, 
who was educated at Harrow (Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 
1911), was formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade and Capt. 
Highland Borderers Militia. — 62, Patmerston Place, 
Edinburgh ; Athenteum, and R. Societies' Clubs, s.w. ; 
New Club, Edinburgh. ] 



Dyffryn, Mountain Ash, Glamorgan ; Brooks's Club, 

s.w. ; 83, Eaton Square, s.w. 

Heir, his son Clarence Napier, temp. Lieut. Guards' M.G. 
Regt., late 3ud Life Guards Reserve Regt. : previously 
Lieut, and temp. Oapt. Glamorganshire Teo. ; called to the 
Bar at the Inner Temple 1911 ; educated at Winchester 
and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 19U9); b. 1S85; m. 1912 
Margaret Bethune, only dnu. of A.dam Black, Esq., and has 
a son, b. 1918. 



ABERDEEN AND TEMAIR, Marquis of ' 
(John Campbell Gordon, K.T., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.V.O., P.C, LL.D.).— Cr. 1915. i 

Only surviving son of George John James, 5th Earl of 
Aberdeen, who (^. 1864, by Lady Mary, whorf. 1900,sister 
of George, 10th Earl of Haddington; A. 1847; s. his 
brother George, as 7th Earl, 1870 ; m. 1877 the Hon. 
Ishbel Maria, youngest dau. of Dudley Coutts, 1st Lord \ 
Tweedmouth. The Marquis of Aberdeen and Temair, j 
who was educated at St. Andrews Univ. and at Univ. 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1871, M.A. 1877, LL.D. Aberdeen 
1883), is Hon. LL.D. of the Univs. of Queen's, Ontario, 
Toronto, M'Gill, Montreal, Ottawa, and Laval 1894, 
Princeton 1897, and Harvard 1898, Hon.D.C.L., Univ. 
of Bishop's Coll., Quebec, 1895, and Oxford 1906, Lord 
Lieut, of Aberdeenshire (from 1880), a D.L. for the City 
of Aberdeen, Hon. Col. 1st Highland Brigade, R.F.A., 
T.F., and Capt. R. Co. of Archers (King's Body Guard 
for Scotland); was Lord High Commissioner to the 
Gen. Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1881-5 and 
1915, Lord Lieut, of Ireland in 1886 and 1905-15, 
Governor-Gen. of Canada 1893-8, and Lord Rector 
of St. Andrews Univ. 1913-16; assumed the surname 
of Gordon in lieu of Hamilton-Gordon \9m.—Haddo 
House, Aberdeen, N.B. ; The Lodge, Tarland, Aboyne, 
N.B. ; Coldstream Ranch, Vernon, British Columbia ; 
Brooks's, and Reform Clubs, s.w. 

Heir, his son George, Earl of Haddo, a D.L. for Aberdeen- 
shire ; has been a Member of the London 0.0. since 1910 
and was A.D.O. to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1914-lS ; 
educated at Harrow and at Balliol Coll., Oxford ; b. 1879 ; 
Marj' Florence, dau. of the late Joseph Olixby, 



ABERCROMBY, Sir George Willum, Bart., 
D.S.O., of Birkenbog, Banffshire.— Cr. 
1635-6. 
Only son of Sir Robert John Abercromby, 7th Bart., 
of Birkenbog and Forglen, by Florence Anita Eyre 
(who m. 2ndly 1899, as his 2nd wife, Francis George, 
2nd Earl of Northbrook), only dau. of the late Eyre 
Coote, Esq., of West Park, Hants; b. 1886; «. 1895. 
Educated at Eton ; was formerly Lieut. Scots Guards, 
Special Reserve, Lieut. Scots Guards, Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
Gordon Highlanders and A.D.C. to Gen. the Hon. 
Sir N. G. Lyttelton, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Gen. Officer 
Commanding-in-Chief the Irish Command 1910-12 
and is temp. Lieut.-Col. Gen. List, late The Black 
Watch (R. Highlanders), previously Comm. 8th 
(Service) Batt.— Forglen House, Turriff, Banffshire; 
Birkenbog, Banffshire ; Guards' Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres.. his brother Robert Alexander, M.C., Lieut. Scots 
Guards; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 
posthumous 1896. 



ABERDARE, Lord (Henry Campbell Beuce). 
— Cr. 1873. I 

Eldest son of Henry Austin, 1st Lord, by his 1st wife 
Annabella, who d. 1852, only dau. of the late Richard 
Beadon, Esq.; b. 1851 ; s. 1895; m. 1880 Constance 
Mary, only dau. of the late Hamilton Beckett, Esq. ' 
Lord Aberdare, who was educated at Rugby, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Glamorganshire (was on the roll for High j 
Sheriff for 1885), Hon. Col. 5th Batt. and Major and 
Hoc, Lieut.-Col. late 3rd Vol. Batt. Welsh Regt.— 



ABERDOUR, Lord. See under Morton. 

ABERGAVENNY, Marquis of (Reginald 
"William Beansby Nevill). — Cr. 1870. 
Eldest son of William, 1st Marquis, K.G., by Caroline, 
who d. 1892, eldest dau. of Sir John Vanden- 
Bempde-Johnstoue, 2nd Bart., M.P., and sister of 
Harcourt, 1st Lord Derwent ; b. 1853; «. 1915. 
The Marquis of Abergavenny, who was educated at 
Eton and was formerly Lieut. W. Kent Yeo. Cav., is 
a Magistrate for Kent and Patron of 24 livings. — 
Eridge Castle, Tiinbridge Wells; Chichester Terrace, 
Brighton; 7a, Eaton Square, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Lord Henry Gilbert Ralph, a Magis- 
trate for Sussex, Lieut-Col. Territorial Force Reserve, late 
temp. Lieut.-Col. W. Kent Yeo., and Major and Hon. Lieut- 



ret., late Sussex Imp. Yeo. 



. 1864 : 



m. l8t 1876 Violet, who d. 1880, eldest dau. 
Lieut.-Col. Heni-y Dorrien Streatfeild, of Chiddingstoue, 
Kent ; 2ndly 1886 Maud Augusta, youngest dau. of the 
lato William Beckett. Esq., M.P., of Nun Appleton, York- 
shire, and has 2 daus. 



ABERNETHY, Mrs. John S., of Bush, Castle- 
lavr, and Dryden, Midlothian. 
Madeleine Philippa, 5th dau. of Richard William Selby- 
Lowndes, Esq., of Elmers, Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, 
who d. 1892, by Mary Susan, who d. 1893, eldest dau. 
of the late Rev. WiUiam Fletcher, of Harwell, Berk- 
shire; m. 1st 1888 Alexander Edmund Coutts Trotter, 
Esq., of Bush, Castlelaw, and Dryden, a J,P. for 



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Midlothian, who d.a.p. 1913 ; 2ndly 1915 John Scott 
Abernethy, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. — Busk, Milton 
Bridge, Midlothian. 



ABINGDON, Earl of (Montagu Arthur 
Bertie).— Cr. 1682. 



Eldest son of Montagu, 6th Earl, by Elizabeth Lavinia, 
vhod. 1858, dau. of the late George Granville Vernon- 
Harcourt, Esq.,- of Nuneham Park, Oxfordshire; h. 
1836 ; s. 1884 ; m. 1st 1858 Caroline Theresa, who 
d. 1873, dau. of the late Charles Towneley, Esq., of 
Towneley, Lancashire; 2ndly 1883 Gwendeline Mary, 
dau. of the late Hon. Sir James Charlemagne Dormer, 
K.C.B. The Earl of Abingdon, who was educated at ' ABNEY- HASTINGS. See Loudoun, 
Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. for Oxfordshire and for Berk- 
shire ; Patron of 5 livings, and Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. E. 
Berkshire Kegt. — Wytham Abbey, Oxford; Travellers', 
and Carlton Clubs, s.w. 



Nathaniel Mead, D.D., and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Lancelot Edward Guy, educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1889) ;i. 1868; m. 1905 Annie Louise, 
dau. of the late Auguste de Wil, Esq., and has 2 daus. 
Sir William Abney, who was educated at Rossall 
and at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a Capt. 
ret. R.E., D.C.L. (Durham 1889), Hon. Sc.D. 
(Victoria 1899 and Dublin 1902), and a Magistrate 
for Leicestershire and for Derbyshire, and has been 
Adviser for Science to the Board of Education since 
1903. — Measham Hall, Ashhy-dc-la-Zouch, Leicester- 
shire : Athenwum Club, s.w. ; Eathmore Lodge, Bolton 
Gardens, s.w. 



Heir, his son Montague Charles Francis, Lord Norreys, who 
has assumed the surname of Towneley-Bertie, a J.P. and 
D.L. for Berkshire, a J.P. for Oxfordshire, a Knight of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, an Hon. Lieut. 
in the Army and temp. Major Gen. List, late temp. Oapt. 
R. Defence Oorpa, pre/iously 1st Garrison Batt. Dorsetshire 
Regt. ; formerly Lieut. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa and Capt. 
3rd Batt. R. Berkshire Regt. ; b. 1860 ; m. 1885 the Hon. 
Rose Rivei-sdale, elder dau. of the late Adm. the Hon. 
Henry Carr Glyn, C.B.. and has, %vith other issue, a son. 



ABINGER, Lord (Robert Brooke Campbell 
Scarlett).— Cr. 1835. 

Second son of Lieut.-Col. Leopold James Yorke Scarlett 
(grandson of the 1st Lord), who d. 1886, by Bessie 
Florence, dau. of Edward Gibson, Esq., of Spring Vale, 
Isle of Wight ; b. 1876 ; s. his brother Shelley Leopold 
Laurence, 5th Lord, 1917; m. 1917 Madame de 
Serignac, widow of Mons. Steinheil. Lord Abinger, 
who was educated at Wellington Coll., and called to 
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1909, is a temp. Assistant 
Paymaster R. Naval Reserve, and temp. Lieut. R. 
Naval Vol. Reserve. — Windham, and Conservative 
Clubs, s.w. ; B. Victoria Yacht Clid), Ryde; 26, Palace 
Chambers, Bridge Street, s.w. 

Heir Pret., his brother the Hon. Hugh Richard, D.S.O., 
Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. (Acting Lieut.-Col.) 
R.F.A. ; was formerly Lieut. 36th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in 
S. Africa and A.D.O. to the Governor of Queensland 
1909-U ; h. 1878 ; m. 1913 Marjorie, dau. of John 
MaoPhillamy, Esq , of Blair Athol, Bathurst, N.S.W., and 
has a son, *James Richard, &. 1914. 

ABINGER, LiLA Lucy Catherine, Lady, of 
Rownhams House, Hampshire ; and of 
Arun House, Sussex. 
Only dau. of the Right Hon. Sir William Arthur 
White, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., Ambassador at Constanti- 
nople, who d. 1891, by Katharine, who d. 1902, dau. 
ofthe late Lewis Kendziar, Esq., Stradbrath, of Danzig, 
Prussia; m. 1st 18 — Kammerherr Carl Emanuel de 
Geijer, of Sweden, who d. 18—; 2ndly 1899 Shelley 
Leopold Laurence, 5th Lord Abinger, who d. 1917. — 
Rmmhams House, Rownhams, Hampshire ; Arun House, 
Horsham, Sussex. 

ABNEY, Sir William de Wiveleslie, K.C.B., I 
F.R.S., of Measham Hall, Leicestershire. — I 
Cr. 1900. 
Elder son of Canon Edward Henry Abney, of The 
Firs, near Derby, who d. 1892, by Catharine, who d. 
1896, dau. of the late Jedediah Strutt, Esq., of Belper, < 
Derbyshire; *. 1843; m. 1st 1864 Agnes Matilda, j 
who d. 1888, youngest dau. of the late Edward 
William Smith, Esq., of Tickton, Yorkshire ; 2ndly 
1889 Mary Louisa, 3rd dau. of the late Rev. Edward ' 



ABRAHAM, the Right Hon. William. 

Son of the late J. Abraham, a working Collier, of 
Cwmavon, Glamorganshire ; b. 1842 ; m. 1860 Sarah, 

who d. 1900, dau. ofthe late -Williams. Mr. 

Abraham, who was educated at Cwmavou School, and 
commenced life as a working Miner, is a J.P. for 
Glamorganshire, and a Welsh Bard ; was Miners' Agent 
for Loughar Dist. 1872-5, and has been Vice-Presi- 
dent of the Monmouthshire and S. Wales Sliding 
Scale Committee since 1875, and Agent for the Cam- 
brian Mines Association since 1878 ; sat as M.P. 
for the Rhondda Div. of Glamorganshire 1885-1918 
and has sat for W. Rhondda since 1918. — Bryn- 
y-bedw, Pentre, Glamorganshire. 

AB-RAHAMS, Sir Lionel, K.C.B.— Cr. 1915. 

Only soa of Mordecai Abrahams, Esq., of London, by 
Sylvia, 2nd dau. of the late Michael Green, Esq., of 
London ; b. 1869 ; «.1896 Lucy, dau. ofthe late Nathan 
S. Joseph, Esq., of London. Sir Lionel Abrahams, 
who was educated at the City of London School and at 
Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1893, M.A. 1905), and 
entered the India Office 1893, was Assistant Secretary 
to the Indian Currency Committee 1898 ; .Assistant 
Financial Secretary at the India Office 1901-2, and 
Financial Secretary 1902-U, and a Member of the 
Departmental Committees on Indian Railway Finance 
and Administration 1907-8, and on W. African 
Currency 1911-12 and of the Indian Wheat Com- 
mittee 1915; has been Assistant Under-Secretary of 
State, India Office, since 1911. — Athoisum Club, s.w, ; 
18, Porchester Terrace, w. ; Lidia Office, s.w. 

ACHESON, Visconnt. See under Gosford. 

ACHESON. See Gosford. 

ACKERS, Capt. Charles Penrhtn, of Huntley 
Manor, Gloucestershire. 
Only surviving son of Benjamin St. John Ackers, Esq., 
M.P., J.P.and D.L., of Huntley Manor, who d. 1915, by 
Louisa Maria Jane, who d. 1915, elder dau. of the late 
Charles Brojke Hunt, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Bowden 
Hall, Gloucestershire ; b 1882. Capt. Ackers, who was 
educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1905, M.A. 1908, B.Sc. Durham 1907), is a Magistrate 
for Gloucestershire, Capt. R.A.S.C, T.F., Acting 
Major R.A.S.C, and Lord of the Manor and Patron 
of Huntlej". — Huntley Manor, Gloucester; Carlton, 
and Union Clubs, s.w. ; Fly Fishers' Club, w. 

ACKERS, of Moreton Hall, Cheshire. See 

Shukerley-Ackers. 

ACKROYD, Lady. 

Mary, eldest dau. of the late Henry William Lucas, of 
Bedford ; m. 1880 Sir Edward James Ackroyd, who was 
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called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1872 ; Puisne 
Judge of the Supreme Court, Hoiig Kong, 1892-6; 
Acting Chief Justice 1891 and 1894-5; and who was 
er. Knt. 1898, and d. 1904.— 8, Selborne Eoacl, Hove, 
Sussex. 

ACKROYD. See Sawson-Ackrot/d. 

ACLAND,theRiglitHon. Sir ArthobHeebeet 
Dyke, Bart,, of Killerton, Devonshire. — 
Or. 1667-8, with precedence from 1644. 
Third son of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, 1 1th Bart., who 
d. 1898, by his 1st wife Mary, who d. 1851, elder dau. 
of Sir Charles Mordaunt, 8th Bart.; b. 1847; s. his, 
brother Sir Charles Thom.is Dyke Acland, 12th Bart., 
1919; m. 1873 Alice Sophia, eldest dau. of the late; 
Eev. Francis Macaulay Cunningham. Sir Arthur 
Acland, who was educated at Rugby and at Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873, Hon. LL.D. Leeds 
1904, and Bristol 1912), was Steward and Student! 
of Ch. Ch., Oxford, 1879-85 ; Senior Bursar of Balliol j 
Coll., Oxford (of which he is an Hon. Fellow),' 
1884-8 ; Vice-President of the Committee of Council, 
on Education 1892-5, and M.P. for the Southern Parti 
of the W. Riding of Yorkshire (Rotherham Div.)| 
1885-99 ; is Chairman of the Executive Committee of' 
the Imp. Coll. and Patron of 7 Uviogs.— Killerton, 
Exeter; Athenaum Club, s.w. ; 85, Omlow Square, s.w. 
Heir, his Bon the Eight Hon. Francis Dyke ( irhom see). \ 

ACLAND, the Right Hon. Feancis Dyke. | 
Only surviving son of the Right Hon. Sir Arthur j 
Herbert Dyke Acland, 13th Bart, by Alice Sophia,' 
eldest dau. of the late Rev. Francis Macaulay j 
Cunningham; /). 1874; m. 1905 Eleanor Margaret,; 
eldest dau. of Charles James Cropper, Esq., of EUer- 
green, Westmorland, and has, with other issue, a 
son, *Eichard Thomas Dyke, b. 1906. Mr. Acland, | 
who was educated at Rugby and at Balliol Coll., : 
Oxford, was formerly Lieut. Prince of Wales's Own I 
12th Middlesex (Civil Service) Vol. Rifle Corps and , 
temp. Lieut. Univ. of London Contingent, Senior Div., 
Officers' Training Corps, T.F., 1915-19 ; an Examiner j 
in the Education Department 1900-3; Financial' 
Secretary to the War Office and Finance Member of 
the Army Council 19118-10 and Jan.-Oct. 1911;! 
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Foreign j 
Affairs Oct. 1911-1915; Financial Secretary to the' 
Treasury Feb.-May 1915, and Parliamentary Secre- 
tary to the Board of Agrieidture and Fisheries May 
1915-D6C. 1916; appointed a Deputy Inspector-Gen. I 
(unpaid) of Food Pruduction 1917 ; has been a 
Member of the Senate of London Univ. since 1910; 
sat as M.P. for the Richmond Div. of the N. Riding 
of Yorkshire 1906-Jan. 1910 and has sat for the 
Camborne Div. of Cornwall since Dee. 1910. — 
Sprydoncote, Broadclyst, Exeter ; Travellers', Brooks's, ' 
and Athcnaum Clubs, s.w. ; 93, Bedford Gardens, w. ; 

ACLAND, Geetedde, Lady. j 

Third dau. of Sir John Wab-ond Walrond, 1st Bart. I 
who d. 1889, by the Hon. Frances Caroline, who 
d. 1903, youngest dau. of Samuel, 2nd Lord Brid- 
port ; m. 1879 Sir (Charles) Thomas Dyke Acland, 
12th Bart., who d.s.p. W19.—Ho!neyeoh, Allerford, ' 
Somerset. 

ACLAND, Adm. Sir William Alison Dyke, 
Bart., C.V.O.— Or. 1890. i 

Eldest son of Sir Henry Wentworth Acland, Ist! 
Bart., K.C.B., by Sarah, who d. 1878, eldest dau. of the 
late William Cotton, Esq., F.R.S.,of Walwood, Essex; b. \ 
1847 ; .^. 1900 ; vi. 1887 the Hon. Emily Anna, dau. of i 
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the late Right Hon. William Henry Smith, and of the 
1st A''iscountess Hambleden. Sir William Acland is 
an Adm. ret., and a Magistrate for Oxfordshire and for 
Devonshire, and was a Naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 
1896-9, Second-in-Command of the Channel Squadron 
1901-2, and Adm. Superintendent of the Dockyard, 
Gibraltar, 1902-4.— Residence: Wilmead, Torquay; 
AthencBitm, and United Service Clid>s, s.w. 

Beir, his son William Henry Dyke, M.C., A.F.O.,Capt. R. 1st 
Devon Yeo. and Major E.A.F. : late.Lieut. 2iid Dragoons 
(R. Scots Greys), Special Reserve; has the Order of 
St. George of Rns?ia, 4th Class ; educated at Eton and at 
Ch.Ch., Oxford (B.A. lOOai; b. 188S ; m. 1916 Margaret 
Emily, elilest dim. of Theodore Barclay, Esq., of Fanshaws, 
Hertioidshire. 



ACLAND, Sir Reginald Beodie Dyke, Knt., 
K.C.— Cr. 1914. 

Fifth son of Sir Henry Wentworth Dyke .\cland, 1st 
Bart., K.C.B., who d. 1900, by Sarah, who d. 1878, 
eldest dau. of the late William Cotton, Esq., F.R.S., 
of Walwood. Essex; b. 1856; m. 1885 Helen Emma, 
2uddau. of the late Rev. Thomas Fox, Rector of Temple 
Combe, Somerset. Sir Reginald Acland, who was 
educated at Winchester and at Univ. Coll., Oxford 
(B..4. 1878, M.A. 1883), called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 1881, appointed a K.C. 1904 and elected a 
Bencher 1913, is a J.P. and Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions for Berkshire and a Member of the Gen. 
Council of the Bar ; was Junior Counsel to the 
Admiralty 1897-1904, Reeorderof Shrewsbury 1901-3, 
and a Member of the E. Commission on delay in the 
King's Bench Div, 1913; acted as Counsel for Great 
Britain before the N. Sea Commission at Paris 1905, 
and has been Recorder of Oxford since 1903 and Judge 
Advocate of the Fleet since 190i.— Cold Ash. Xeivliury, 
Berkshire; Athcnaum, and United Univir^ily Clubs, 
S.W.; 85a, Linden Gardens, w. ; 2, Hare Court, 
Temple, e.c. 

ACLAND-HOOD. See St. Audries, Lord. 

ACLAND TROYTE. See Troyte. 

A'COURT. See Heytesbury, Lord. 

ACTON, Lord (Richard Maximilian Dal- 
BEEG-AcTON, K.C.V.O.).— Cr. 1869. 

Only son of John Emerich Edward, 1st Lord, by Marie, 
eldest dau. of the late MaximiHan, Count Arco Valley, of 
Munich; J. 1870 ; «. 1902 ; m. 1904 Dorothy, only child of 
the late Thomas Henry Lyon, Esq., of Appleton Hall, 
Cheshire. Lord Acton, who was educated at Magdalen 
Coll., Oxford, is a Counsellor of Emba.^sy iu the 
Diplomatic Service, a Knight Grand Cross of the 
Danish Order of the Dannebrog, a Grand Officer of the 
Legion of Honour, and Patron of I living; was a 
Lord-in- Waitine to H.M. King Edward VII. 1905-10, 
and to H.M. King George V. 1910-15 and Charge 
d'Affaires at Darmstadt and Karlsruhe 1911-14; ap- 
pointed British Consid-Gen. at Zurich 1917; has 

the Order of the Prussian Crown, 1st Class Aldenham 

Park, and Morville Hall, Bridgnorth ; British Consulate- 
General, Zurich; Afhenreum, and Marlborough Clubs, 
s.w.; Rutland Lodge, s.w. 

Beir, his son John Emerich Henry, 6. 1907. 

ACTON, Capt. Edwaed William Frederick, 
of Oatacre Park, Shropshire. 
Only son of Lieut.-Col. Edward Farrer Aeton. J.P. and 
D.L., of Gatacre Park, who d. 189(1, by Mary Anne, 
who d. 1890, younger dau. of the late Rev. Horace 
SudUing, RectorofBarsham, Sulfolk; b. 1834; m. 1855 
Helen Maria, who d. 1887, 2nd dau. of the late William 
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has had an only child, Helen Beatrice, who d. 1897, 
having »i. 1882 as his 1st wife John Kendall Brooke, I 
Ksq., of Sibton Park, SufTolk {n-hom see). Capt. Acton, 
who was educated at the K. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and 
was formerly Capt. 76th Regt., and 1st E. Cheshire 
Militia, is a J.P. for Shropshire, Lord of the Manor of 
Tasley, and Patron of 1 living. — Eesidence : The 
Lcasowcs, Bridgnorth. 

ACTON, Miss WOOD-, of Acton Scott Hall, 
Sliropshii-e. 

Joyce Stackhouse, oniy child of Augustus Wood- 
Acton, Esq., J.P. and D L., of Acton ScoU Hall, who d. 
1918, by Laura Cbavlotte, 5th dau. of the late Rev. 
Richard Surtees, Rector of Holtby, Yorkshire. Miss \ 
Wood-Acton is Patron of 1 living. — Acton Scott Hall, i 
Church-Siretton, Shrojjshirc. 

ACTON, Mrs. BALL-, of Kilmacurragh, co. ' 

Wioklovv. 
Isaticl, 2ud dau. of tlieRev. William Richmond, Rector ' 
of Rockbampton, Gloucestershire, who d. 1912, by 
Harriet Susan, dau. of the late Robert Marshall, Esq. ; 
m. 1913 Major Reginald Thomas Anne.sley Ball-Acton, 
Capt. Reserve of Officers, late K.O. Yorkshire L.I., 
and temp. Major Service Batt., of Kilmacurragh, who 
d. (killed in action) 1916, leaving a son, *Charles, h. 
IdH.—Kilmacurrnfffi, Hathdrum. co. Wicldow ; Iron- 
Acton, near Bristol. 

■ ACTON, William Walter, Esq., of Wolverton 
Hall, Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of William Robert Acton, Esq., J.P., of 
Wolverton Hall, who d. 1908, by Sarah Margaret, who 
d. 1897, eldest diiu. of the late Robert Dand, Esq., of 
Gloster Hill, and East Ditchburn, Northumberland; 
h. 1862; m. 1903 Edith Mary Dolores, 3rd dau. of 
William Francis Bourne Paul, Esq., and has a son, 

' * William Anthony, 4. 1904. Mr. Acton, who was 
educated at Oscott Coll., was formerly in the Service of 
the Federated Malay States Government. — Sports' 
Club, s.w. 

ADAIR, Sir (Robert) Shafto, Bart., of Plixton 
Hall, Suffolk.— Cr. 1838. 
Only surviving son of Sir Hugh Edward Adair, 3rd 
Bart., who d. 1902, by Harriet Camilla, who d. 1909, 
eldest dau. of the late Alexander Adair, Esq., of 
Heatherton Park, Somerset ; i'j. 1862; .■<. his brother 
Sir Frederick Edv.ard Shafto Adair, 4th Bart., late 
Capt. Rifle Brigade, 1915 ; m. 1890 Mary, eldest dau. 
of the late Honry Anstey Bosauquet, Esq., J. P., of 
Clanville, Somerset. Sir Shafto Adair, who was 
educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1884), and called j 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1890, is a D.L. for \ 
CO. Antrim, a J.P. for Norfolk, and for Suffolk, and 
Patron of 5 livingf — Flixton Hull, Bungay ; Ballymina 
Castle, CO. Antrim ; Adair Lodge, Aldebtirgk ; Oxford 
attd Cambridge Club, s.w. ; 12, York House, Keusing- 

Heir, his son AlLin Henry Shafto, M.O. (with Bar), Lieut, 
and Actifli? Capt. Grenadier Guards, Special BeFerve ; 
educated at Harrow ; 6. 1897 : m. 1919 Euid Violet Ida. 
youngest dau. of the late William Humble Dudley Ward, 
Esq. 

ADAIR, Gen. Sir William Thompson, K.C.B., 
of Louglianmore, co. Antrim. — Cr. 1909. 
Eldest son of Gen. Sir Charles William Adair, K.C.B., 
R. Marines, who d. 1897, by Isabella, who d. 1900, 
dau. of the l.ate Gen. Thompson Aslett, R. Marines; 
/(. 1850 ; s. his cousin Eleanor Margaret, youngest dau. 
of the late Thomas Benjamin Adair, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Loughanmore, and widow of the Rev. James 



Hunt, M.A., 1909; m. 1st 1880 Rose, who d. 1903, 
dau. of the late John Edward Naylor, Esq. ; 2ndly 1905 
Angela Eliza, dau. of the late Frederick Plowes, Esq. 
Sir William Adair, wlvo was educated at Cheltenham 
Coll., is a D.L. for co. Antrim (High Sheriff 1916), 
and Gen. ret. R.M.L.I., and was Deputy Adjutant- 
Gen, of the R. Marine Forces \S0'-\\.— Loughan- 
more, Dunadrg, co. Antrim ; United Service Clui. s.w. 

ADAIR, Mrs., of Glenavon, co. Tyrone. 

Maw Auansta Lee, dau. of the late Henry Graves, Esq., 
.M.iC ,.f I'onkstomi. 00. Tyrone; m. 1874 Hugh Adair, 
l-:-|., ot i:i,:,;iv.,ii,a J.P. for CO. Tyrone (High Sheriff 
isy"), wild '/. liilG, leaving, with other issue, a son, 
*John, b. 1877 ; m. 19l)o Marion Park, elder dau. of the 
late William Stavert, Esq., of Prizet, Westmorland, 
and has, with other issue, a son,*Hugh William, b. 
1907. — Glenavon, Cookstown, co. Tyrone. 

ADAIR, Mrs., ef Ratlidaire, Queen's Co. ; and 
of Glenveag'li Castle, co. Donegal. 
Cornelia, eldest dau. of Gen. James Wadsworth, of New 
York, who d. (killed in action in the American Civil 
War) 1864, by Marv, dau. of the late William 
Wharton. Esq. ; m. lEt"l858 Col. Montgomery Ritchie, 
who d. 1864; 2ndly 1867 John George Adair, Esq., 
of Rathdaire, a J.P. and D.L. for co. Donegal and for 
Queen's Co., who d. 1885. — Eathdairc, Monasterevaii, 
Queen's Co.; Glenveagh Castle, Churchill, co. Donegal. 
Residence : 11, Fortman Square, w. 

ADAM, Sir Charles Elphinstone, Bart., of 
Blair-Adam, Kinross-shire.— Cr. 1882. 
Eldest son of the Right Hon. William Patrick Adam, 
M.P., of Blair-Adam, Governor of Madras, who d.]88l. 
by Emily (C.I., pat. prec. as a Baronet's widow 1882), 
who d. 1906, dau. of the late Gen. Sir AVilliam Wyllie, 
G.C.B. ; b. 1859; m. 1912 Edith, dau. of the late 
William Dobson, Esq., of Victoria, British Columbia. 
Sir Charles Adam, who was educated at Eton and at; 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1882, M.A, 1885), and called to 
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1885,isaJ.P.andD.L.for 
Kinross-shire (Convener 1893-1910, 1st Chairman of 
the T.F. Association 1908-9 and H.M.'s Lieut. 1909-1 1 ), 
and for Fifesliire, and Lieut, ret., and was formerly 
Private Secretary to the Parliamentary Secretary to the 
Treasury, to the Lord Privy Seal, and to the Chancellor 
of the Duchy of Lancaster (LordTweedmouth) ; served 
with the R. Naval Vol. Reserve 1915-16, and as 
a Raihviir Ti-n'i«p'irt OfRcer, with the temp, rank of 
]ji, ,,( ];i] ' /; Adam, Kinross-shire ; National 
l,!,, ,„/ / ; , //, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. ; 

5, Ni:<r N'," "'■ , /• "• " ■-'/«», W.C. 

//. ir Prrs. to the estate, his nephew Charles Keith, younger 
son of William Keith Adam, Esq., who d. 1900, by Jane 
Emily dau. of the late George Walpole Leake, Esq., Q.C. ; 
Lieut. R.N. ; b. 1889. 

I ADAM, Sir Frank Forbes, Bart., C.B., CLE.— 
I Cr. 1917. 

Eldest son of James Graham Adam, Esq., of Denovan, 
! Stirlingshire, who d. 1860, by Jane Browne, who d. 
1891, dau. of the late John McIndoe,Esq., of Carbcth, 
I Stirlingshire ; b. 1846 ; m. 1883 Rose Frances, dau. of 
the late Charles Gurdon Kemball, Esq., Judge of the 
High Court, Bombay. Sir Frank Adam, who was edu • 
1 cated at Loretto House School (Hon. LL.D. Manchester 
1908), is a D.L. for Lancashire, and was M.L.C. Bom- 
bay, and a Trustee of the Port of Bombay 1884-90.— 
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at Etou and at the K. Mil. Acaaemy, vy ooiwi>;u ; "■ looo i 
m. 1916 Anna Dorothy, dau. of Frederick Islay Pitman, 
Esq., of Braymead, Berkshire, and has 2 daus. 



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ADAM, Major William Augustus, formerly of 
Kinnea, co. Cavan. 
Eldest son of the Rev. Benjamin William Adams, D.D., 
of Kinnea, Rector of Santry, co. Dublin, who d. 1886, 
by his 2nd wife Louisa Jane, only dau. of the late Wil- 
liam O'Brien Adams, Esq., M.D. ; h. 1865; m. 1912 
Lady Antonia Lillian Maude, youngest dau. of Corn- 
wallis, 1st and only Earl de Montalt and 4th Viscount 
Hawarden. Major Adam, who was educated at Harrow, 
at Trinity Coll., Dublin (M.A.), and at the R. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst, called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 
1918, and resumed by deed-poll 1907 the original 
family surname of Adam in lieu of Adams, is Major 
ret., late 5th Lancers, and the Author of several books ; 
was on Special Service in Japan 1903-5, a Gen. Staff 
Officer at Headquarters 1907-10, M.P. for Woolwich 
Jan.-Dec. 1910,and temp. Major 8th (Service) Batt. and 
9th (Reserve) Batt. K.O. Scottish Borderers 1914-17.— 
Carlton Club, s.w. 

ADAMS, Sir Hamilton John GOOLD-, 
G.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1902, 
G.C.M.G. 1907. 
Fourth son of Richard Wallis Goold-Adams, Esq., of 
Jamesbrook, co. Cork, who d. 1873, by Mary Sarah, 
who d. 1899, elder dau. of Sir William Wrixon-Becher, 
1st Bart.; b. 1858,- m. 1911 Elsie, youngest dau. of 
Charles Riordon, Esq., of Montreal, Canada. Sir 
Hamilton Goold-Adams is a Major ret, late 1st 
R. Scots, and was Resident Commissioner of 
Bechuanaland Protectorate 1897-1901, Lieut.- 
Governor of the Orange River Colony 1901-7, and 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief 1907-10, and 
High Commissioner for and Commander-in-Chief of 
Cyprus 1911-14; appointed Governor of Queensland 
1914. — Government House, Brisbane, Queensland; 
Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

ADAMS, Major-Gen. Sir Robert Bellew, 
K.C.B., V.C.— Cr. 1912. \ 

Son of the late Major Robert Roy Adams, Indian I 
Staff Corps ; b. 18.56. Sir Robert Adams is a Major- 
Gen, ret., late Indian Army ; was A.D.C. to H.M. King 
Edward VU. 1901-6, and commanded the Umballa 
Cav. Brigade, 3rd Div., N. Army Corps in India 
1904-6 and the Derajat Brigade] Northern Army, 
1906-8.— ^asi: India Uriited Service Club. s.w. 

ADAMS, Col. Sir Henet Edward Fane 
GOOLD-, K.B.E., U.B., C.M.G.— Cr. 

1918. 
Fifth son of Richard Wallis Goold-Adams, Esq., of 
Jamesbrook, co. Cork, yrho d. 1873, by Mary Sarah, 
who d. 1899, elder dau. of Sir William Wrixon-Becher, 
IstBart. ; b. 1860. Sir Henry Goold-Adams, who was 
educated privately and at the R. Mil. Academy, 
Woolwich, is Col., late R.A., an Officer of the Legion 
of Honour and a Member of the Ordnance Committee, 
Ministry of Munitions ; was Controller Munitions 
Inventions Department 1915-18.- Jamesbrook, Midle- 
ton, CO. Cork ; United Service Club, s.w. 

ADAMS, Lieut-Col. Sir Arthur Robert, 
K.B.E.— Cr. 1918. 

Eldest son of Robert Adams, of Sherborne, who d. 
1909, by Mary Anne, who d. 1905, dau. of the late 
John Garland, of N. Cadbury ; b. 1861; m. 1891 
Hilda Isabel, who d. 1907, dau. of the late Philip 
Jones, Assistant Treasurer, Straits Settlements. Sir 
Arthur Adams, who was educated at The Abbey and 
Fosters Schools, Sherborne, is Lieut.-Col. Straits 
Settlements Vols., V.D., Coram, the troops at Penang, 
and an Unofficial M.L.C. Straits Settlements.— Peno»oi 
Straits Settlements; Sports' Club, s.w. ' i 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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ADAMS, Major Cecil Edward George , 
WOOLLCOMBE-, of Anstey Hall,: 
Warwickshire. 
Only son of Lieut.-Col. Edward Woollcombe-Adams, 
J. P. and D.L., late R.A., who d. 1914, by Emma 
Louisa, who d. 1915, elder dau. of the late Capt. 
George Curtis Adams, R.N., of Anstey Hall; b. 1873; m. 
1911 Evelyn Frances Adams, 2nd dau. of Ralph Coker 
Adams Beck, Esq., formerly of Piatt House, Kent, and 
widow of Charles Wriothesly Digby, Esq., of Meriden 
Hall, Warwickshire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Peter Edward, h. 1912. Major Woollcombe-Adama 
is a Magistrate for Warwickshire, Major R.F.A., and 
Lord of the Manor of Anstey ; has the Order of the 
Medjidie, 4th Class. — Anstey Hall, near Coventry, 
Army and Nary Club, s.w. 

ADAMS, Charles James Stuart, Esq., of 
Shinan House, co. Cavan. 
Eldest son of Benjamin Samuel Adams, Esq., of Shinan, 
who d. 1899, by his 1st wife Georgina, who d. 1871, 
3rd dau. of the late Rev. George Hickson ; b. 1864 ; m. 
1900 Amy Brada, 3rd dau. of William Baring Steven- 
son, of Balladoole, Arbory, Isle of Man. Mr. Adams 
is a J.P, for co. Cavan. — Shinan House, Shercock, 
Cavan. 



ADAMS, John Loftus, Esq., of Holyland, 
Pembrokeshire. 
Elder son of John Alexander Philipps Adams, Esq., 
of Holyland, who d. 1901, by Lucy Ellen, who d. 
1882, dau. of the late Edward Loftus Neynoe, Esq., 
of Castle Neynoe, co. Sligo; b. 1870; m. 1910 
Hermione Agnes Caroline, only dau. of Capt. Henry 
Fergusson Day Barclay, of Manor Mead, Somerset, and 
has, with other issue, a son, *John Stephen A. 1911. Mr. 
Adams is a Magistrate for Pembrokeshire (was on the 
roll for High Sheriff for 1919) and Major T.F. Reserve, 
late 4th Batt. Welsh Regt., T.D.— Residence : Manorbier 
S.O., Pembrokeshire ; Tenby and County Club, Tenby. 

ADAMS, Mrs., of Drumelfcon House, co. Cavan. 
Sarah, 3rd dau. of George Chatterton, Esq., J.P., of 
Ballynamote, co. Cork, who d. 1877, by Sarah Georgina, 
who d. 1879, 3rd dau. of the late James Hill, Esq., of 
Graig, Doneraile, co. Cork; m. 1870 William Adams, 
Esq., of Drumelton House, a J.P. for co. Cavan (High 
Sheriff 1887), who d. 1908, leaving, with other isstie, 
William Chatterton (eldest son), Egyptian Civil Ser. 
vice; b. 1873; m. 1904 Priscilla Louisa Frances, 
eldest dau. of the late Bindon Blood Stonev, Esq., C.E., 
LL.D., F.R.S., and d.s.p. 1917 ; and *Geo"rge Chatter. 
ton (2nd son), M.C., Capt. ret., late R. Inniskilling 
Fusiliers ; formerly temp. Major 6th (Service) Batt., 
previously temp. Major 5th (Service) Batt. ; educated 
at Portora R. School, Enniskillen, and at Trinity 

. Coll., Dublin (B.A. 18—); b. 1877; m. 1919 Susan 
Holmes, dau. of the late George Reynell Gresson, Esq., 
27th Inniskilling Fusiliers. — Drumelton House, Coote- 
hill.co. Cavan. 

ADAMS, Mrs., of Wynters Grange, Essex. 
Mary Louisa, dau. of the late Francis Arthur BuUey, 
Esq. ; m. 1868 Henry Atherton Adams, Esq., of Wynters 
Grange, a J.P. for Essex, who d. 1897, leaving ♦ 2 daus. 
— Residences ; Kinsale, co. Cork ; Villa Savonarola, 
Arcetri, Florence. 

ADAMS, Percy Walter Lewis, Esq., F.S.A., 
of Woore Manor, Shropshire. 
Youngest son of Lieut.-Col. William Adams, J.P., 
formerly 1st Staffordshire Rifle Vols., of Greenfield, 
Staffordshire, who d. 1905, by Laura Eliza, eldest dau. 
of the late Andrew Jukes Worthington, Ejq., of Ball 



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Haye Hall, Staffordshire; b. 1875; m. 1916 Ada 
Gladys, eldest dau. of Archibald Douglas, Esq., of High 
Park, Worcestershire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
•Ralph Douglas Gresley, ft. 1917. Mr. Adams, who 
was educated at Rugby, is a J.P. for the Co. Borough 
of Stoke-upon-Trent and Lord of the Manor of Woore. 
— Woore Manor, via Crewe. 



Burma 1901-5; Chief Judge of the Chief Court of 
Lower Burma 1905-6 ; a Member of the Council of the 
Governor-Gen. of India 1906-10, and Lieut.-Governor 
of Burma 1910-15. — East India United Service Club, 
S.W. ; 5, Old Court Mansions, Old Court Place, 
Kensington, -w. 



A -n A TiTc. CI A ^^ i> -vr i.i i j ADAMSON, Margaeet, Lady. 

ADAMS Samuel Allen, Esq., of Northlands, ; ^^^ „f ^^^ l'^,^ A^^,„. Hamilton, Esq., of Glasgow; 

CO. Gavan. j -,». 1869 Sir William Adamson, CM.G., a Merchant, 

Elder son of John Hervey Adams, Esq., J.P., of 
Northlands, High Slieriff of co. Cayan 1854, who 
d. 1871, by his 1st wife Elizabeth Frances, who d. 
1867, 3rd dau. of the late Ambrose Going, Esq., of 
Ballyphilip, CO. Tipperary ; b. 1847; m. 1871 Frances! 
Dorothea, dau. of the late Rev. Decimus W. Preston, 

and has, with other issue, *John Hervev Stuart, b. , t-. a Tunz-i-vr /-i_ /-i 

1875. Mr. Adams, who was educated at Tridty ADAMSON, ChARLES GrAHAM 
Coll., Dublin, is a J.P. for co. Cavan, late Lieut. 
Tipperary Art. Militia. — Northlands, Shercock, co. 



aud a Director of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam- 
ship Co., who was formerly M.L.C. of the Straits 
Settlements, and Chairman of the Straits Settlements 
Association, and who was cr. Kut. 1907 andd. 1917. — 
1, Stanhope Boad, Highgate, n. 



ADAMS, William, Esq., of Greenfield, Staf- 
fordshire. 
Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. William Adams, J.P., for- 
merly Ist Staffordshire Rifle Vols., of Greenfield, 
who d. 1905, by Laura Eliza, eldest dau. of the 
late Andrew Jukes Worthington, Esq., of Ball Haye 
Hall, Staffordshire ; 6.1868; m. 1904 Mildred Mary, 
eldest dau. of the late Rev. James Jordon Serjeantson, 
M.A., of Hanlith Hall, Yorkshire, Rector of St. 
Michael's, Lichfield, Staffordshire, and has, with other 
issue, a son, *William Anthony, b. 1909. Mr. Adams 
was educated at Rugby. — Residence: The Gables, 
Alsager, Cheshire. 

ADAMS, William Henry Farr, Esq., of Plas 
Llyssyn, Montgomeryshire. 
Eldest son of William Henry Adams, Esq., of Pl&s 
Llyssyn, whorf. 1904, by Susanna Rebecca, v^hod. 1 
dau. of the late Rev. David James, Vicar of Llanwnog, 
Montgomeryshire; b. 1868; m. 1896 Evelyn, 2nd dau. 
of Robert Guichard Geach, Esq., and has, with other 
issue, a son, * Geoffrey Walford Farr, b. 1902. 
Adams, who was educated at Shrewsbury School and 
at Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1881), was admitted a 
Solicitor 1884. — Plds Llgssyn, Carno, Montgomeryshire. 

ADAMS. Sec Coode-Adams. 

ADAMSON, the Right Hon. William. 

Youngest son of James Adamson, of Halbeath, who 
d. 1874, by Flora Mackay, who d. 1897, dau. of the 
late Thomas Cunningham, of Wemyss ; b. 1863; m. 
1887 Christina M., dau. of Richard Marshall, of Hal- 
beath. Mr. Adamson, who was educated at Halbeath 
Village School, is Gen. Secretary of the Fife Miners' and 
Clackmannan Miners' Associations, and Treasurer of 
the National Union of Scottish Mine Workers ; has 
been M.P. for the W. Div. of Fife since Dec. 1910, and 
Chairman of the Labour Party since 1917. — 6, J'ic- 
toria Street, Dunfermline, Fife. 

-fADAMSON, Sir Harvet, K.C.S.I.— Cr. 
Knt. 1906, K.C.S.I. 1910. 

Son ofthe late Rev. Alexander Adamson, of Kinnermit ; 
*. 1854 ; m. 1892 Jane Charlotte, dau. of the late John 
Leslie, Esq., of Corsee, Nairnshire. Sir Harvey Adam- 
son, who was educated at Gymnasium, Old Aberdeen, 
and at Aberdeen Univ. (M.A. 1873), entered the Indian 
Civil Service 1877, and was Lieut.-Col. Comm. Upper 
Burma Vol. Rifles 1897-1900; Commissioner at 
Mandalay 1897-1901; Judicial Commissioner of Upper 



of Au- 
burn, CO. Westmeath. 

Youngest son of George Archibald Graham Adamson, 
Esq., of Auburn, who d. 1900, by his 3rd wife Amelia, 
dau. of John Perceval Graves, Esq.; b. 1873; m. 1897 
Arabella Le Bagge, dau. of the late Charles E. Allan 
Cameron, Esq., formerly Assistant Inspector-Gen. R. 
Irish Constabulary, and has a dau., Gretta Graham. — 
Auburn, Glasson, co. Westmeath. 

ADAMSON, Lieut.-Col. John George, C.M.G., 
of Linden Hall, Northumberland ; and of 
Glenfarne Hall, co. Leitrim. 

Eldest son of LaviTence William Adamson, Esq., J.P. 
aud D.L., of Linden Hall, who rf. 1911, by his 1st wife 
Anne Jane, who d. 1869, 3rd dau. of the late John 
Thomas Edward Flint, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1855; m. 
1883 Caroline Sara, dau. of the late Rev. James 
Timothy BainbridgeLandon, Hon. Canon of York, and 
Vicar of Ledsham, Yorkshire, and has 2 daus. Lieut.- 
Col. Adamson, who was educated at Rugby and at 
Trinity Coll. and New Inn Hall, Oxford, and was 
formerly Major K.O. Yorkshire L.I., is a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Leitrim (High Sheriff 1908), a J.P. for 
Northumberland, and Lieut.-Col. ret. pay ; appointed 
temp. Col.-iu-Charge of Records, Territorial Force, 
London, with the temp, rank of Col., 1914. — Glenfarne 
Hall, Glenfarne S.O.,co. Leitrim; Linden Hall, Long 
Horsley S.O., Northumberland; Naval and Military 
Club, -w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin; Northern 
- Counties' Club, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; R. St. George 
Yacht Club, Kingstown. 

ADAMSON, Col. Rushton Webber, of Great 
Sanders, Sussex. 
Eldest son of William Rushton Adamson, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Great Sanders, and Rushton Park, Sussex, 
who d. 1898, by Fanny Constance, who d. 1917, dau. 
of the late James Deacon, Esq., of Elsiuore, Denmark ; 
b. 1863. Col. Adamson, who was educated at Eton, is 
a Magistrate for Sussex, an Hon. Major in the Army, 
and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm. Sussex 
R.G.A. Militia. — Great Sanders, near Sedlescombe, 
Battle R.S.O., Sussex; Junior United Service Club, 



ADCOCK, Sir Hugh, Knt., C.M.G.— Cr. 1901. 

Son of Christopher Adcock, Esq.; b. 1847; m. Ist 1866 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Watkin, Esq. ; 2ndly 1908 
Florence Beatrice, elder dau. of Lieut.-Col. Joseph 
Scott Gowrie Manera, ret., late Indian Army. Sir 
Hugh Adcock, who was formerly Physician to H.I.M 
thelateMuzaffer-ed-Diu,ShahofPersia,K.G.,G.C.M.G.', 
is Consul. Gen. for Persia at Florence, and has the 1st 
Class Star of the Order of the Lion and Sun of Persia, 
the Orders of the Medjidie, 1st Class, Civil Merit of 
Belgium, St. Sava of Sweden, the Legion of Honour 
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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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4Mi Class, the Iron Crown of Austria, 2nd Class, 
Leopold of Belgium, 2nd Class, the Crown of Prussia, 
2nd Class, and The Orange of Holland, 2nd Class. 

ADDAMS- WILLIAMS. See Mansd, of The Broad- 
tower, Monmouthshire, and Williams. 

ADDERLET, the Hon. Henry Arden, of Fil- 
longley, Warwickshire. 

Second son of Charles Bowyer, 1st Lord Norton, who d. 
1905, by the Hon. Julia Anne Eliza, who d. 1887, 
eldest dan. of Chandos, 1st Lord Leigh; b. 1854; in. 
1881 Grace, youngest dau.of the late William Bruce 
Stopford-Sackville, Esq., and has, with other issue, a 
son, *Hubert Bowyer Arden, Lieut. Reserve of Officers 
and Major ret., lateActing Major M.G.C. ; previously 
Lieut. Scots Guards ; educated at Eton and at the R. 
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1886; m. 1912 Elizabeth, 
only dau. of the late William John Birkheck, Esq., of 
Strattou Strawless Hall, and Thorpe High House, Nor- 
folk, and has, with other issue, a son, *John Arden, b. 
1915. Mr. Adderley, who was educated at Eton and at 
Oh. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1880), and called to the Bar at 
the Inner Temple 1881, isa J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for 
Warwickshire, and Capt. Territorial Force Reserve, 
late 2nd in Command 3, 1st Warwickshire Yeo.— Fil- 
longley Hall, Coventry ; Windham Cbib, s.-w. 

A DDERLET. See Broughton- Adderley, and Norton. 

ADDINGTON, Lord (John Gellibrand Hub- 
bard).— Or. 1887. 

Eldest son of Egerton, 2nd Lord, by Mary Adelaide, 
3rd dau. of Sir Wyndham Spencer Portal, 1st Bart., of 
Malshanger, Hampshire; *. 1883; s. 1915. Lord 
Addlngton, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1906), is Capt, and tump. Major Buck- 
inghamshire Batt. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire 
L.I. and Patron of 1 XWmg.—Addine/ton, Winslow, 
Buckinghamshire ; Bachelors' Club, w. 



ADDINGTON. See Sidmouth, Viscount. 

ADDIS, Sir Charles Stewart, Knt. — Cr. 
1913. 

Sixth son of the Rev. Thomas Addis, D.D., of Edin- 
burgh, who d. 1899, by Robina Scott, who d. 1900, 
2nd dau. of the late George Thorburn, Esq., of Leith ; 
b. 1861 ; m. 1894 Elizabeth Jane, 2nd dau. of the 
late James Mclsaac, Esq., of Saltcoats, Ayr. S 
Charles Addis, who was educated at Edinburg 
Academy, is one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of 
London ; a Director of the Bank of England, of the 
British and Chinese Corporation and of the Chinese 
Central Railways ; Manager of the Hong Kong and 
Shanghai Bank, and British Censor of the Banque 
d'Etat du Maroc. — Reform Club, s.w. ; 6a, Trimrose Hill 
Eoad, EegeiU's Park, n.w. ; 9, Gracechurch Street, e.g. 

ADDISON, the Right Hon. Christopher, M.D., 
F.R.C.S. 

Son of Robert Addison, Esq., of Hogsthorpe, Lincoln- 
shire, by Susan, dau. of the late ; 6.1869; m.l902 

Isobel, dau. of the late Archibald Gray, Esq. Mr. 
Addison, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Harrogate, 
and at St. Bartholomew's Hospital (M.R.C.S. and 
L.R.C.P. 1891, M.B. and B.S. London Univ. 1892, 
M.D. 1893, F.R.C.S. 1895), was formerly Professor 
of Anatomy in Univ. Coll., Sheffield, Lecturer on 
Anatomy at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Editor of 
the "Quarterly Medical Journal," Parliamentary 



Secretary to the Board of Education 1914-15 and 
to the Ministry of Munitions 1915-16, Minister of 
Munitions Dec. 1916-1917; Minister without Portfolio, 
in charge of Reconstruction, 1917-19, and President 
of the Local Government Board 1919; appointed 
Minister of Health, 1919 ; sat as M.P. for the Hoxton 
Div. of Shoreditch, Jan., 1910-1918, and has sat for 
Shoreditch since 1918; is Hunterian Professor and 
Examiner in Anatomy in Cambridge and London 
Univs., and the Author of many works on human 
anatomy and physiology. — Northu-ood, Middlesex; 
Reform Club, s.w. 

ADDISON, John Joseph, Esq., of Banks 
House, Cumberland. 

Younger and only surviving son of Joseph Addison, 
Esq., J.P., of Banks House, who d. 1889, by Margaret, 
who d. 1887, dau. of the late Christopher Maling, 
Esq., of Abbey Holme, Cumberland; b. 1863; m. 1895 
Barbara (Beryl) Hewlett, who d. 1907, dau. of the 
late William Wareham, Esq., and has had, with a 
dau., Beryl Margaret, a son, John Gerald, 5th (Cum- 
berland) Batt. Border Regt. and 99th Co. Machine 
Gun Corps; b. 1897, and kiUed in action 1917. Mr. 
Addison, who was educated at King's Coll. Schuol 
audatBalliol Coll., Oxford, is a .LP. for Cumberland. 
— Banks House, Low Row, Cumberland. 

ADEANE, Charles Robert Whorwood, Esq., 
C.B., of Babraham Hall, Cambridgeshire. 
Only son of Henry John Adeane, Esq., M.P., of Ba- 
braham, Custos Rot. of the I. of Ely, who d. 1870, by 
Lady Elizabeth Philippa, V.A. (who d. 1916, having »*. 
2ndly 1877,ashis 2nd wife, Michael, 1st Lord Biddulpli), 
eldest dau. of Charles Philip, 4th Earl of Hardwieke ; 
b. 1863 ; m. 1888 Madeline Pamela Constance Blanche, 
2nd dau. of the late Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham, 
of Clouds, Wiltshire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
•Robert Philip Wyndham, b. 1005. Mr. Adeane, who 
was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is H.M.'s 
Lieut, for and Chairman of the Territorial Force 
Association of Cambridgeshire and Hon. Col. and Hon. 
Commandant Cambridgeshire Vol. Regt. ; late Lieut. 
4th Batt. Suffijlk Regt.; has the Serbian Order of 
St. Sava, 4th Class. — Babraham Hall, Cambridge ; 
Brooks s, and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, 
w. ; 34, Cadogau Square, s.w. 

ADEANE, Miss, of Llanfawr, Anglesey. 

Jane Henrietta, 7th dau. of Henry John Adeane, Esq., 
M.P., of Babraham, Cambridgeshire, who d. 1847 (by 
the Hon. Matilda Abigail, who d. 1850, 6th dau. 
of John Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley of Alderley), and 
niece of the Hon. William Owen .Stanley, of Llanfawr 
and Penrhos, Anglesey, who d. 1884. — Llanfawr, 
Holyhead. 

AD KINS, Sir (Willum) Rtland Dent, Knt.— 
Cr. 1911. 

Only surviving son of William Adkins, Esq., J.P., of 
Springfield, Northampton, who d. 1886, by Harriet, 
who d. 1901, youngest dau. of the late John Dent, 
Esq., of The Manor House, Milton, Northamptonshire ; 
b. 1862. Sir Ryland Adkins, who was educated at Mill 
Hill School, at Univ. Coll., London (B.A. London Univ. 
1882), and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, and called to the 
Bar at the Inner Temple 1890, is a J.P. for North- 
amptonshire and for Northampton, and V ice-Chairman 
of the C.C, of the Executive Council of the C.C. 
A.ssociation and of the T.F. Association of Northampton- 
shire ; sat as M.P. for the Middleton Div. of S.E. 
Lancashire, 1906-18, and has sat for Middleton and 
Prestwich Div. of Lancashire since 1918; has been 
\ Junior Counsel to the Post Office on the Midland 



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Circuit since 1908, and Eecordcr of Kottiiigham since 
1911. — Milton Manor, Northampton ; Athenmiim, and 
Reform Clubs, s.w. ; Bath Club, w. ; 6, Paper Buildings, 
Temple, e.c. 

ADLINGTON, of Holm-Hale Hall, Norfolk. 
See Broi-e. 



who d. 1852, dau. of the late Joseph Keed, Esq. ; 
b. 1847 ; m. 1870 Agnes, dau. of the late Eobert Henty', 
Esq., of Eothley Temple, Leicestershire, and has, 
with other issue, a son,* Arthur Kirwan, temp. 
Lieut. E.A.S.C; oduoatt-a at Brighton Coll.; h. 



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ADYE.^Major-Gen. Sir John, K.C.M.G., C.B. ^(j^r. g^^ KorManton. Earl of. 

Elder son of Gen. Sir John Miller Adye, G.C.B., Col. 
Commandant E.A., who d. 1900, by Mary Cordelia, who 
d. 1912, eldest dau. of Adm. the Hon. Sir Montagn 
Stopford, K.C.B. ; *. 1857 ; m. 1899 Clara Joan, oth dau. 
of Samuel Charles Evans WiUiams, Esq., formerly of 
Bryntirion, Eadnorshire. Sir John Adye, who was 
educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a Major- 
Gen., late E.A. ; was A.D.C. to Viscount Wolseley in j 
Egj'pt 1882 and 1884; Assistant Mil. Secretary to the 
Governor of Gibraltar 1886-7; A.A.G. of Colonial 
Forces in S. Africa 1899-1902 ; in command of E.A. 
at Mauritius 1903; Col.-ou-the-Staff at Malta 1903-6; 
a Gen. Staff Officer at the War Office 1 907-1 1 ; Major- 
Gen, in charge of Administration, E. Command, 1912- 
15; an Inspector-Gen. of Communications 1915-16 
ami a D.A.G. 1916-18; appointed a Deputy Director 
at the War Office 1918; has the Orders of the 
Nile, 2nd Class, and the Medjidie, 5th Cl&as.— United 
Service Club, s.w. ; 2 Crescent Mansions, Pelham 
Crescent, s.w. 



AFFLECK, Sir Robert, Bart., of Dalliam, Suf- 
folk.— Cr. 1782. 
Eldest son of Sir Robert Affleck, 6th Bart., of Dalham, 
by Maria Emily, who d. 1902, eldest dau. of the late 
Edmund Singer Burton, Esq., of Churchill House, 
Northamptonshire; b. 1852; s. 1882; m. 1886 (mar- 
riage dissolved 1915) Julia Georgina, 2nd dau. of John 
Sampson Prince, Esq. Sir Robert Affleck, who was 
educated at Eton and at St. John's Coll., Oxford, is a 
J.P. and late D.L. and C.C. for Suffolk ; formerly 
Lieut. W. Suffolk Militia. 

Heir Pres., his brother John de Linden, educated at Wel- 
lington OoU. ; b. 1860 ; m. 1895 Blanche ELiphemia, dau. 
of Ale.'cander A. Robson, Esq., ot Sydney, N.S.W. 

-t- AFFLECK, Sir James Oemiston, Knt., 
M.D., LL.D.— Cr. 191 L 

B. 18—. Sir James Affleck, who was educated at 
Edinburgh Univ. (M.B. and M.Gh. 1807, M.D. 1869, 
Hon. LL.D. 1908, F.R.C.S. 1869, F.E.C.P. 1875), is 
Consulting Physician to the R. Infirmary and to 
the City Hospital, Edinburgh.— 38, Horiot Bow, 
Edinburyh. 

AGAR, Chakles Talbot, Esq., of Brockfield, 
Yorkshire. 



AGAR-ROBARTES. See Clifden, Viscount. 

AGG, Mr.s., of Foscote House, Gloucestershire. 
Eleanor Sara, only child of Col. John Pryce Harrison, 
4th Batt. S. Wales Borderers, of Welshpool, who d. 
1884, by Sarah Maria, who d. 1896, eldest dau. of the 
late Francis Burton, Esq., M.D. ; m. 1899 Arthur 
William Agg, Esq., late Lieut. 6th Batt. Worcestershire 
Regt., of Foxcote House, a J.P. for Gloucestershire, 
who d. 1916. — Fo.rra^c House, Andoversford B.S.O., 
Gloucestershire. 



Elder 



of William Talbot Agar, Esq., J.P., 



Barrister-at-Law, of Brockfield, who d. 1910, by Eth 

Headington, dau. of the late Clement Dale, Esq., 

of Bartley Lodge, Hampshire; b. 1872; m. 1907 

Beatrice Sibyl, youngest dau. of the late Herbert Duke, A GLIONBT, 

Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, *William ~~ ' " 

Talbot, b. 1919. Mr. Agar, who was educated at 

Westminster and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, and 

called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1909, is Lord of 

the Manors of Bugthorpe, Holtby, and Stockton- 

on-the-Forest. — Eesidenee: Cobham Court, Surrei/ ; 

Isthmian Club, w. 



AGG-GARDNER, Sir James Tynte, Knt.— Cr. 
1916. 

Eldest son of James Agg-Gardner, Esq., of Hadley 
House, Cheltenham, who d. 1858, by Eulalie Emily, 
who d. 1901, youngest dau. of the late William Richard 
Hopkins-Northey, Esq., of Oving House, Buckingham- 
shire ; h. 1846. Sir James Agg-Gardner, who was 
J educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1873, is a 
J.P. and C. Aid. for Gloucestershire and Lord of the 
Manor of Cheltenham, of which he was Mayor 1908-9 
and 1912-13; sat as M.P. for Cheltenham 1874-80, 
188.5-95 and 1900-6, and has sat for that constituency 
since 1911. — 5, Regent Street, Cheltenham; Carlton, 
and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w-c. 

AGLEN, Sir Francis Aethue, K.B.E.— Cr. 
1918. 
Only son of the Ven. AntTiony Stocker Aglen, D.D., 
M.A., Archdeacon of the United Diocese of St. Andrews, 
Dunkeld and Dunblane, and Canon of Perth, who d. 
1919, by Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of the late Stephen 
Mackenzie, Esq., M.D. ; b. 1869; m. 1906 Senga Marion, 
only dau. of Professor Isaac Bayley Balfour, M.D.,D.Sc., 
LL.D.,F.R.S., Professor of Botany at Edinburgh Univ. 
Sir Francis Aglen, who was educated at Marlborough 
and joined the Chinese Maritime Customs 1888, was 
Commissioner Tientsin 1897, Nanking 1899-1900 and 
1901-3, and Shanghai 1900-1; Chief Secretary, 
Inspectorate-Gen., Pekin, 1903-4; Commissioner 
Hankow 1906; Deputy Inspector-Gen. 1910, and 
Officiating Inspector-Gen. 1910-11; appointed In- 
spector-Gen. of the Chinese Maritime Customs 1911 ; 
has the Chinese Orders of the Double Dragon, 2nd 
Class, and Chia Ho, 1st Class, and the Japanese 
Order of the Sacred Treasure, 1st Class. — Inspectorate- 
General of Customs, Bekin, China; R. Societies' Club, s.w. 



AGAR, Edward Laepent, Esq., of Milford 
House, Hampshire. 
Younger son of William Talbot Agar, Esq., of Milford 
House, who d. 1906, by his 1st wife Leonora Matilda, | 



Capt. Aethue Chaeles, of 
StafEeld Hall, and Drawdykes, Cumber- 
land. 
Only son of Col. Arthur Aglionby, C.B., J.P., late 
33rd Foot, formerly of Staffield Hall and Drawdykes, 
who d. 1911, by Elizabeth Aglionby, who d. 1885, 
only child and heiress of the late Charles Fetherston- 
haugh, E.sq., of Staffield Hall; b. 1872; s. by deed 
of gift 1903; m. 1909 Joyce Williams Wyun, 6th 
dau. of the late Joseph Godman, Esq., of Park Hatch, 
Surrey, and has 2 daus. Capt. Aglionby, who was 
educated at Harrow and at the E. Mil. Coll., Sand- 
hurst, and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 



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1905, was formerly Capt. 3rd Butt. Connaught 
Rangers and 34th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, Dist. 
Commissioner, Gold Coast, and Governor of H.M.'s 
Prison, Exeter, and is Capt. Reserve of Officers, and 
Patron of 1 living. — Residence : The Homestead, 
Rosthem.c, Knutsford, Cheshire ; Carlton Cluh, s.w. ; 
Junior Naval and Military Club, w. 



AGNEW, Sir Andrew Noel, Bart., of Loch- 
naw, Wigtownsliire.— Cr. 1629. 
Eldest son of Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th Bart., by Lady 
Mary Arabella Lonisa, who d. 1883, dan. of Charle.s, 
1st Earl of Gainsborough; b. 1850; s. 1892; m. 
1889 Gertrude, dau. of the late Hon. Gowran Cliarles 
Vernon. Sir Andrew Agnew, who was educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (LL.B. 1871) 
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1874, is a 
J.P., D.L., and Vice-Lieut, of Wigtownshire, and was i 
formerly Capt. 1st Ayrsliire and Galloway E.G.A. I » n -NTTmitr -nr a t t Am? 
Vols., and M.P. for Edinburgh S. 1900-G.-Lochnaw AUJNJiW- W ALliAbJi. 
Castle, Stranraer,N.B. ; Brooks's, and United University 
Clubs, s.w. 



A.GNEW, Lieufc.-Col. Gerald Andrew, of Easter 
Warriston, Midlothian. 
Seventh son of Sir Andrew Agnew, 7th Bart., of Loch- 
naw, Wigtownshire, who d. 1849, by Madeline, who d. 
1858, dau. of Sir David Carnegie, 4th Bart. ; b. 1835 ; 
m. 1870 Margaret Cuninghame, only child of the late 
William Bonar, Esq., of Easter Warriston, and has 
issue » Eva Mary, m. 1906 Capt. Archibald Camp- 
bell, Scottish Horse Yeo. (2nd son of the late 
Archibald James Campbell, Esq., of Auchindarroeh, 
Argyllshire), and has, with other issue, a son, » Gerald 
Archibald, b. 1909. Lieut.-Col. Agnew is a Lieut.- 
Col. ret.; late Deputy Assistant Adiutant^Gen. in 
Ireland ; formerly Capt. 90th and 30th Regis.— Easter 
Warriston House, Edinlmrgk. 



AGNEW. See Vans Agnew. 



Heir Pres., his brother Charles Hamlyn, a J.P. for Wig- 
townshire, Major Reserve of Officers, and Major ret., late 
4thHnssars ; 6.1859: m. 1897 Lilian Anne Wolfe(whom he 
dtv. 1908), eldest dau. of Lieut.-Qen. Sir James Wolfe 
Murray, K.C.B., of Cringletic, Peeblesshire, and of West- 
shield, Lanarkshire, and has a son, 'Fulke, b. 1900. 



AGNEW, Sir George Willum, Bart., of 
Rougham Hall, Suffolk.— Cr. 1895. 
Eldest son of Sir William Agnew, 1st Bart., by Mary, 
who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late George Pixton 
Kenworthy, Esq., of Manchester, and Peel Hall, Lan- 
cashire; b. 1852; s. 1910; m. 1878 Fanny, younger 
dau. of the late John Stuart Bolton, Esq., of Oulton 
Hall, Norfolk. Sir George Agnew, who was educated 
at Rugby and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1874,M.A. 1879), was formerly temp. Major 2nd Batt. 
Suffolk A^ol. Eegt., is a Magistrate for Lancashire and 
for Suffolk, Hon. Commandant 2nd V.B. Suffolk Regt., 
a Governor of Victoria Univ., Manchester, and sat as 
M.P. for Salford (West) 1906-18.— Eougkam Hall, 
Bury St. Edmunds ; Reform Cliib, s.w. 

Heir, his son John Stuart, a J.P. for Suffolk, Capt. and temp. 
Major Suffolk Yeo. and a Cavalier of the Italian Order 
of tlie Crown; educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge; 
b. 1879 ; m. 1910 Kathleen, 3rd dau. of the late Isaac 
William Hewitt White, Esq., of West Lea, Yorkshire, and 
has, with other issue, a son. * John Anthony Stuart, b. 1914. 



AGNEW, Beatrice, Lady. 

Dau. of Dr. Fawcus, Indian Medical Department ; m. 
1884 Sir William Fischer Agnew, who was called to the 
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1870; was Recorder of Rangoon 
1884, and who was or. Knt. 1899, and d. 1903. 



AGNEW, Charles Morland, Esq., O.B.E., of 
Durrants, Hertfordshire. 

Second son of Sir William Agnew, 1st Bart., who d. 1910, 
by Mary, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late George 
Pixton Kenworthy, Esq., of Manchester and Peel Hall, 
Lancashire ; b. 1855 ; m. 1881 Evelyn Mary, 3rd dau. 
of William Naylor, Esq., of Paddington, and has, with 
other issue, a son, * Charles Gerald, temp. Capt. Local 
Eeserve Batt. Manchester Regt. ; educated at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge; b. 1882 ; m. 1906 Olive Mary, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. William Danks, Canon of Canter- 
bury, and formerly Archdeacon of Richmond, York- 
shire, and has a son, * Geoffrey William Gerard, b. 
1908. Mr. Agnew was educated at Rugby and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883).— 
Durrants, Croxley Green, Hertfordshire; Devonshire 
Clvb, S.W. ; if. Thanm Yaeht Club, w. 
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AIKEN. See Chetwood-Aiken. 



Knt., 



AIKINS, Sir James Albert Manning, 
K.C.— Cr. 1914. 
Son of the late Hon. James Cox Aikins, formerly 
Lieut.-Governor of Manitoba, by Mary E. J., dau. of the 
late — Somerset, Esq. ; *. 1851 ; m. 1st 1884 Mary B. 
McLelan; 2ndly 1899 Mary French, dau. of William B. 
Colby, Esq., of Stanstead, Quebec. Sir James Aikins, 
who was educated at Upper Canada Coll. and at 
Toronto Univ. (B.A. 1875), called to the Bar of 
Ontario 1878 and of Manitoba 1879 and appointed a 
Q.C. 1884, was Counsel for the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Co. in W. Canada 1881-1911 and a Member 
of the Dominion Parliament 1911-15; has been Presi- 
dent of the Canadian Bar Association since 1914; 
appointed Lieut.-Governor of Manitoba 1916; is Hon. 
Lieut.-Col. 90th Regt. Winnipeg Rifles. — Government 
Hovse, Winnipeg, Canada; Maimoba, and St. Charles 
Country Clubs, Winnipeg ; Bideau Club, Ottawa ; York 
Club, Toronto, 



AIKMAN, Lady. 

Catherine Maud, dau. of William Thomas Richards, 
Esq., of Burton-on-Trent ; in. 1916, as his 2nd wife. 
Sir Robert Smith Aikman,LL.D., who wasinthelndian 
Civil Service 1865-1909, Acting Judge of the High 
Court, North-Western Provinces of India, 1892 and 
1894-6, and a Puisne Judge there 1896-1909, and 
who was cr. Knt. 1910 and d. 1917.— 100, Sutton 
Court, Sutton Court Road, Chiswici, w. 



AIKMAN, Major Hugh Harry ROBERTSON-, 
of New Parks, and Dunton Bassett, 
Leicestershire. 
Second son of Hugh Henry Robertson-Aikman, Esq., of 
The Ross and Broomelton, Lanarkshire, who d. 1882, 
by Mary Joyce, only child and heiress of the late Thomas 
Stokes, Esq., of New Parks; b. 1866; s. his mother 
1887; m. 1895 Ethel Blanche, 4th dau. of the late 
George Whitehead, Esq., of Deighton Grove, York- 
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Thomas 
Frederick Duncan, Lieut, ret., late R.A.F. ; b. 1895; 

m. 19— — — , dau. of , and has a dau. Major 

Robertson-Aikman, who was educated at Eton, is a 
J.P. and C.C. for Leicestershire, an Hon. Major in the 
Army, Major late 4th Batt. Highland L.I., previously 
Capt. 1st R. Dragoons, and Lord of the Manor 
of Dunton Bassett ; was a Deputy Assistant Director 
of Remounts 1918. — Dunton Bassett, Lutterworth; 
Cavalry Club, w.; Army and Navy Club, s.w. 



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ATKMAN, Col. Thomas Stokes George Hugh 
ROBERTSON-, of The Ross, and 
Broomelton, Lanarkshire ; and of Grand- 
borough Manor, Warwickshire. 
Eldest son of Hugh Henry Eobertson-Aikman, Esq., 
of The Eoss, and Broomelton, who d. 1882, by Mary 
Joyce, who d. 1887, only child and heiress of the late 
Thomas Stokes, Esq., of New Parks, Leicestershire ; 
i. 1860; m. 1899 Constance Henrietta, only dau. of 
the late Capt. J. A. Middleton, Kilmaron Castle, 
Fife, and has, with other issue, a son, * William 
Hamilton, b. 1902. Col. Robertson-Aikman, who was 
educated at Eton and at B.N.C., Oxford, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for Lanarkshire, an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, 
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret., late Comm. 4th Batt. 
Highland L.I. and Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve, Comm. 
R. Defence Corps No. 1 Dist. — The Boss, Hamilton, 
N.B. ; Tor Dale, Matlock. 

AILESBURY, Marqnis of (George William 
James ChandosBeudenell-Bruce, D.S.O.). 
—Or. 1821. 

Only son of Henry Augustus, 5th Marquis, by 
Georgiana Sophia Maria, who d. 1902, 2nd dau. of 
G. H. Pinckney, Esq., formerly of Tawstock Court, 
Devonshire; b. 1873; s. 1911; m. 1903 Caroline 
Sydney Anne, only dau. of the late John Madden, 
Esq., of Hilton Park, co. Monaghan. The Marquis of 
Ailesbury, who was formerly Major Wiltshire Imp. 
Yeo., and Lieut. 3rd Batt. Argyll and Sutherlan4 
Highlanders, is a J.P. and C.C. for Wiltshire, Major 
1st Co. of London (Duke of Cambridge's Hussars) 
Yeo.,T.D., temp.Major E. A.S.C. , and Patron of 6 livings. 
—Savemake Forest, Marlborough, Wiltshire ; Cavalry, 
and Badminton Clubs, vr. 

Heir, his son Chandos Sydney Cedric, Earl of Oardigan, 6. 



AILSA, Marquis of (Archibald Kennedy).— 
Cr. 1831. 

Eldest son of Archibald, 2nd Marquis, K.T., by Julia, 
who d. 1899, 2nd dau. of Sir Richard Mounteney 
Jephson, 1st Bart.; b. 1847; s. 1870; m. 1st 1871 the 
Hon. Evelyn, who d. 1888, 3rd dau. of Charles, 12th 
Lord Blantyre ; 2ndly 1891 Isabella, only dau. of the late 
Hugh McMaster, Esq. The Marquis of Ailsa, who was 
educated at Eton (Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1904), is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Ayrshire, Hon. Lieut. E. Naval Reserve, 
and an Hon. Comm. R. Naval Vol. Reserve ; late Capt. 
Coldstream Guards. — CassilUs House, and Culzean 
Castle, Ayr; Travellers' Cfai, s.w.; R. Yacht Squadron, 
Cowes. 

Heir, his son Archibald, Earl of Cassillis, admitted a Member 
of the Scottish Faculty of Advocates 1897 ; a D.L. for Ayr- 
shire, an Hon. Capt. in the \imy, and Capt. (formerly 
Major) 3rd Batt. and temp Major R. Scots Fusiliers ; edu- 
cated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; h. 1872 ; 
m. 1903 Frances Emily, a Lady ot Grace of the Order of 



AINSLIE, Ainslie Douglas, Esq., of Delgaty, 
Aberdeenshire ; and formerly of Blervie, 
Elginshire. 
Second son of James Cuninghame Grant Duff, Esq., of 
Eden, Aberdeenshire, who d. 1858, by Jane Catharine, 
who d. 1866, only child of the late Sir Whitelaw 
Ainslie,M.D. ; 6. 1838 ; m. 1863 Frances, younger dau. of 
the late Edward J. Morgan, Esq., of St. Petersburg, 
and has, with other issue, a son, » Douglas, 6. 1865. 
Mr. Ainslie, who was educated at Balliol Coll., Oxford, 
was in the Diplomatic .service 1859-66, called to the 
Bar at the Middle Temple 1874, and assumed in 1866 
the surname of Ainslie under the will of his maternal 



grand-uncle, i.s a D.L. for and was formerly Vice- 
Lieut, of Aberdeenshire. — Delgaty Castle, Turriff, N.B.; 
Athensum, and Reform Clubs, s.w. 

AINSWORTH, Sir John Stirling, Bart., of 
The Flosh, and Harecroft, Cumberland ; 
andof Ardanaiseig, Argyllshire. — Cr. 191 7. 
Second son of Thomas Ainsworth, Esq., J.P., of The 
Flosh, who d. 1881, by Mary Laurie, who rf. 1867, 
eldest dau. of the late Rev. John Stirling, D.D., of 
Craigie, Ayrshire; b. 1844; m. 1879 Margaret 
Catherine, who d. 1918, eldest dau. of the late Robert 
Reid Macredie, Esq. Sir John Ainsworth, who was 
educated at Univ. Coll. School and at Univ. Coll., 
London (B.A. 1864, M.A. 1868, LL.B. 1866), is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Cumberland (High Sheriff 1891), and tor 
Argyllshire, and Lieut.-Col. late Comm. 3rd (Cum- 
berland) Vol. Batt. Border Regt., V.D. ; sat a.s 
M.P. for Argyllshire 1903-18.— 7%e Flosh, Cleator, 
Cwnberland ; Harecroft, Gosforth, Cumberland ; 
Ardanaiseig, KUchrenan, Argyllshire; Reform Club, 
s.w. ; 55, Eaton Place, s.w. 

Heir, his son Thomas, Lieut. 11th Hussars, Special Reserve ; 
late Lieut. Westmorland and Cumberlaml Yeo. ; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1907^ ; b. 
1886; m. 1911 Lady Ediua Dorothy Hope Oonyngbam, ■1th 
dau. of Henry Francis, -Ith Marquis Oonyugham, and Ims, 
with other issue, a son, • John Francis, b. 1912. 

AINSWORTH, Mrs., of Wray Castle, West- 
morland. 
Margaret, 2nd dau. of Henry McConnel, Esq., of 
Cressbrook, Derbyshire, who d. 1872, by Isabella 
Aitchinson, who d. 1885, dau. of the late George 
Murray, Esq., of Ancoats Hall, Lancashire ; m. 1874 
David Ainsworth, Esq., of The Flosh, Cumberland, 
and of Wray Castle, who was a Barrister-at-Law, a 
J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland, a J.P. for Lancashire, 
and M.P. for W. Cumberland 1880-5 and 1892-5, and 
who d. 1906. Mrs. Ainsworth is Patron of 1 living. — 
Wray Castle, Ambleside, Westmorland. 



AINSWORTH, Richard Henry, 
Smithill's Hall, Lancashire. 
Only son of the late John Horrocks Ain.sworth, Esq., of 
Moss Bank, Lancashire (by Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
John Shaw, Esq.), and nephew of the late Peter Ains- 
worth, Esq., of Smithill's HaU ; b. 1839; s. his uncle 
1870 ; m. 1866 Isabella Margaret, dau. of the late Rev. 
John James Vaughan, Rector of Gotham, Notts. Edu- 
cated at Eton and at Oh. Ch., Oxford ; is a Magistrate 
for Lancashire, and Patron of 1 living, late Col. Duke of 
Lancaster's Yeo. Cav. ; was High Sheriff of Northamp- 
tonshire \SS2.— Smithill's Hall, Bolton; Winwick 
Warren, Rugby ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. 
Heiress Pres., his sister Emily. 

AIRD, Sir John, Bart., formerly of Brandon 
Park, Suffolk.— Cr. 1901. 

Elder son of Sir John Aird, 1st Bart., by Sarah, who 
d. 1909, dau. of the late Benjamin Smith, Esq., of 
Lewisham, Kent; b. 1861; *. 1911; m. 1886 Alicia 
Ellen, dau. of the late James Hall Renton, Esq. Sir 
John Aird is a Magistrate for Suffolk, one of H.M.'s 
Lieuts. for the City of London, and Major ret., late 
Engineer and Railway Staff Corps, R.E., T.F.; has the 
Grand Cordon of the Order of the Medjidie and the 
Order of the Osmanieh, 2nd Class.— Carlton , and 
Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; 22, Eaton Square, s.w. 
Heir, his son John Renton, M.C., Lieut. Grenadier Guanls 

and Guards' M.G. Regt. ; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., 

Sandhurst ; b. 1898. 

AIRD, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1917. 

Thirteenth son of William Aird, Esq., of Ross-BJiirc, 
whoif. 1885, by Margaret, who d, 1896, eldest dau. of 
11 



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the late James Wilson, Esq. ; *. 1855 ; m. 1887 Eleanor 
" Lawlor, 5tli dan. of the late James Archibald Johnstou, 
Esq., of Toronto. Sir John Aird.who was cducatcil at 
Toronto Model School, is Gen. Manager of the Canadian 
Bank of Commerce.— 39, Madison Avenue, Toronto,'^ 
Canada; Toronto, York, and B. Canadian Yacht Clubs, i 
Toronto; Bideau Club, Ottawa; Manitoba Club, Win-\ 
nipeg ; 2, Lombard Street, 'B.C. 

AIREDALE, Lord (Albeet Ernest Kitson). 
—Or. 1907. 

Eldest son of James, 1st Lord, P.O., by his 1st wife ; 
Emily, who d. 1873, 2nd dau. of the late Joseph Cliff, 
Esq., of Wortley, near Leeds; b. 1863 ;s. 1911; m. 
1890 Florence, elder dan. of the late Edward Schunck, 
Esq., of Gledhow Wood, Leeds, and has 7 daus. Lord 
Airedale, who was educated at Eugby and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1886), is a Magistrate for the 
N. Riding of Yorkshire.— GZcrf/iOK) Hall, near Leeds; 
Reform, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w.; Bath } 
Ciub, w. I 

Heir Pres., his brother James OlifEord, i. 1864. 1 

AIREDALE, Mart Laura, Lady. ; 

Only dau. of Edward Fisher Smith, Esq., of The Priory, \ 
Dudley, who d. 1892, by Mary, who d. 1886, dau. of | 
the late James Roberts, Esq., of Heath House, W. Brom- , 
wich ; m. 1881, as his 2nd wife, James, 1st Lord Aire- 
dale, P.O., who d. 1911. — Stonier House, FetersHeld. 

AIRLIE, Earl of (David Ltulph Gore Wol- 
SELET Ogilvt, M.C.).— Cr. 1639. 

Eldest son of David William Stanley, 8th Earl, by j 
Lady Mabell Frances Elizabeth (a Lady of the Bed- ! 
chamber to H.M. Queen Mary), eldest dau. of Arthnr, 
5th Earl of Arran ; b. 1893 ; s. 1900 ; m. 1917 Lady 
Alexandra Marie Bridget Coke, younger dau. of 
Thomas AVilliam, 3rd Earl of Leicester, G.C.V.O., 
C.M.G., and has a dau., Lady Victoria Jean Marjorie. 
The Earl of Airlie, who was educated at Eton and at j 
the E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Capt. 1 0th R. Hussars.— 
Cortachy Castle, Kirriemuir, N.B.; Airlie Castle, Alyth, 
N.B. ; Auchterhoiise, Forfarshire ; Tulchan Lodge, < 
Glenisla, N.B. 

Heir Pres., liis brother Bruce Arthur Ashley, M.C, Lieut. 

and Acting Capt. Irish Guards ; late Lieut. 1 2th Lancers ; 

educated at the E. MU. Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1S96. 



AIRLIE, Henrietta Blanche, Countess of. 

Second dau. of Edward John, 2nd Lord Stanley of 
Alderley, P.C., who d. 1869, by the Hon. Henrietta 
Maria, who d. 1895, eldest dau. of Henry Augustus, 
13th Viscount Dillon ; m. 1851 David Graham Drum- 
mond, 7th Earl of Airlie, K.T., who d. l^%\.— Airlie 
Castle, Alyth. 



AITCHISON, the Rev. William, formerly of 
Drum more, Haddingtonshire. 
Only son of Lient.-Col. William Aitchison, late Scots 
Guards, J. P. and D.L., of Drummore, who d. 1911, by 
Alice Mary Jane, elder dau. of the late Thomas 
William Chester Master, Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., 
of Cirencester Abbey and Knole Park, Gloucestershire ; 
b. 1876 ; m. 1907 Anna Helen, 4th dau. of the late 
James Stirling, Esq., of Garden, Stirlingshire. Mr. 
Aitchison, who was educated at Winchester and at 
Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1899, M.A. 1912),and admitted 
a Member of the Scottish Faculty of Advocates 1902, 
was Rector of Castle Douglas, Stewurtry of Kirkcud- 
bright, 1907-10 ; appointed Vicar of Berry Pomeroy, 
Devonshire, 1915.— Berry Pomeroy Vicarage, Totiies. 
Devonshire; New Club, Edinburgh. 

AITCHISON, William, Esq., of Glenkerry, 
Selkirkshire. 
Eldest son of the late William Aitchison, Esq., of 
Glenkerry, by Jane, dau. of the latclohu Oliver, Esq. ; 
b. 1839 ; m. 1877 Mary, 2nd dau. of John Wilson, Esq., 
of Billholm, Dumfriesshire, and has issue * William, 
b. 1878. Mr. Aitchison, who was educated at Edin. 
burgh Univ., is a Magistrate for cos. Roxburgh and 
Selkirk.— .BWery Hill, Hawick, N.B. 

AITKEN, Sir Robert, Knt.— Cr. 1918. 

Fourth son of John Aitken, Esq., of W. Linton, who d. 
1913; b. 1863; m. 1894 Caroline Mary, dau. of the 
late Theophilus Lobb, Esq., Public Works Department, 
India. Sir Robert Aitken is Secretary and Treasurer 
of the Bank of Bombay. — Kincllan, Malabar Hill, 
Bombay, India ; Bycidla, and R. Bombay Yacht Clubs, 
Bombay. 



AITKEN. See Beaverbrook, Lord. 
AKERS-DOUGLAS. See Chilston, Viscount. 

ALABASTER, Lady. 

Laura Abbie, dau. of Dr. D. J. Macgowan, of New 
York and Shanghai ; m. 1875 Sir Chaloner Alabaster, 
who was Vice-Consul at Shanghai 1869-73, Consul at 
Hankow 1880-6 and at Canton 1886-91, and Consul- 
Gen, there 1891-2, and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1892, 
and d. 1898. — Dilaram,, Sea Road, Boscombe, Bourne- 
mouth. 



ALBANY, H.R.H. Due 

and the Eot/al Family. 



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AITCHISON, Lady. 

Beatrice Lyell, dau. of the late James Cox, Esq.; m. 
1863 Sir Charles Umpherston Aitchison, C.I.E., Lieut- 
Governor of the Punjab 1882-7, who was cr. K.C.S.I. 
1881, and d. 1896.— Si. Christophers, Banbury Road, 
Oxford. 

AITCHISON, Mrs. 

Marion Louisa, eldest dau. of the late George Eagle, 
Esq., of Eathfarnham, co. Dublin ; m. 1st 18— S. Orby 
Carey, Esq., P.E.C.S.D., who d. 1877; 2ndly 1890, as 
his 2nd wife, James Harvey Insole, Esq., of The Court, 
Llandaff, Glamorganshire, a J.P. for Glamorganshire, 
who d. 1901; 3rdly 1905 Lieut.-Col. William Andrew 
Aitchison, late Major Welsh (69th) Eegt., of Dorman- 
Bteads, Cumberland, who d. 1915.— 80, Brook Street, w. 



ALBEIIARLE, Earl of (Arnold Allan Cecil 
Keppel, K.C.V.O., C.B.).— Cr. 1695-6. 

i Eldest son of William Coutts, 7th Earl, by Sophia 
Mary, who d. 1917, 2nd dau. of the Hon. Sir Allan 

; ISapier Macnab, 1st Bart, (ex/.) ; b. 1858 ; «. 1S94 ; m. 
1 S8 1 Lady Gertrude Lucia, only child of Wilbraham, 
1st and only Earl Egerton. The Earl of Albemarle is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk, an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the 
Army, Hon. Col. 5th Batt. Norfolk Regt., and Patron 
of 1 living; late Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers, Hon. 
Col. 4th Batt. Norfolk Eegt., Brigadier-Gen. Comm. 
Norfolk Vol. Infantry Brigade, V.D., and Col. P.W.O. 
12th Middlesex (Civil Service) Vol. Batt. King's R. 
Eifle Corps ; formerly Lieut.-Col. Comm. Infantry Batt. 
City Imp. Vols, in S. Africa, and previously Lieut. 
Scots Guards and Dorsetshire Militia ; was Staii' 

! Officer for Vol. Services 1917-19, M.P. for Birken- 
head 1892-4, and A.D.C. to H.M. King Edward VII. 
1903-10, and has been to H.M. King George V. since 

I 1910. — Quidcnham Park, Attleborotigh ; Eccles Hall, 

I Norfolk; Guards', Marlborough, and Carlton Clubs, 



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son Walter Efjerton George Lucian, Viscount Bury, 
M.CF.Ii.O.S., a Magistrate for Norfolk, Capt. ret., late Soots 
Guards, Major Scots Guards. Special Reserve, atid a Corps 
Machine Gun Officer M.G.C. ; late Lieut. Norfolk R.G.A. 
Militia; elected a Mcmb-r of tlie London O.C. 1919: b. 
1882 ; m. VM'J Lad,f Judith S.vdn?y Myee Wyau-Ciirringtoo. 
4th dau. of Charles Robert, 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire, . 
Iv.G., and has, with other issue, a sou. ' Derek William 
Charles, 6. 1911. 



ALBU, Sir George, Bart.— Cr. 1912. 

Eldest son of Simon Albu, Esq., of Berlin, who (?. 1 911 , 
Ly Fanny, who d. 1912, 4th dau. of the late T. Stern- 
berg, Esq., of BresUn; h. 1857 ; m. 1888 Gertrude Alice 
Frederica, dau. of Max Eosendorff, Esq. Sir George j 
Albu, who was educated in Berlin, is a partner in the i 
firm of G. & L. Albu, and Chairman and Managing 
Director in Johannesburg of the Gen. Mining and ^ 
Finance Corporation Ltd., of Johannesburg and Lon- 
don; appointed Consul of Denmark at Johannes- 
burg 1913. — Northwards, Johannesburg, Transvaal, 
S. Africa ; Band Cluh, Johanncslmrg ; Kimherlcy Club, 
KimberUy ; 6, Grosvenor Place, s.w. 

Heir, his sou Walter George, educated at Harrow and at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; 6. 1892. 

ALCAZAR, Sir Henry Albert, Knt., K.C.— 
Cr. 1918. 
Son of John Alcazar, Esq., of Port of Spain, who d. 
1908, by Pauline Felicite, who d. 1906, dau. of the 
late Capt. Durand de Beauval, of France ; b. 1860; m. 
1903 Eva, dau of the late Andrew Edwin Stone, Esq., 
of Port of Spain. Sir Henry Alcazar, who was , 
educated at St Mary's Coll. and at London Univ., [ 
called to the Bar at Gray's Inn 1882 and appointed a : 
Q.C. 1897, has been an Unofficial Member of the] 
Legislative Council, Trinidad, since 1894, M.E.C. since ! 
1915 and Mayor of Port of Spain for 4 years.— 17, St. \ 
Vincent Street, and 9, Mary Street, Port of Spain, Trim- I 
dad; B. Societies' Club, s.w. ; Trinidad Union Club, Port I 
ofSpai,i. j 

ALCOCK, Capt. Philip Clayton, of Wilton, co. 
Wexford. 

Eldest son of Capt. Philip Savage Alcock, 95th Regt., 
who d. 1886, by Katharine Annette, vrhod. 1909, dau. 
of the late Richard Clayton Browne-Clayton, Esq., of 
Adlington Hall, Lancashire, and of Carrigbyrue, co. 
Wexford; /). 1861 ; s. his uncle. Col. Harry Alcock, 
1893; m 1914 Kathleen, dau. of Thomas Robinson, 
Esq., of Thurlow Park Road, Dulwich, and has 3 daus. 
Capt. Alcock, who was Capt. Gloucestershire Regt., is 
a J.P. and D.L, for co. Wexford, and was High Sheriff 
1900.~Wilton Castle, Euniscorthy ; Kildare Street 
Cluh, Dublin. 

Ileir Pres., his brother Aitlmr Henry, b. 1873. 

ALCOCK-BECK, William, Esq., of Tower 
Bank, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late William Towers, Esq., of Saw- 
rey, Lancashire ; h. 1834. Educated at Rugby and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1858) ; is a Magistrate 
for Lancashire ; assumed the names of Alcock-Beck, 
in 1 85.5, under the will of T. Alcock-Beck, Esq. — Tower 
Bank, Sawrey, Ambleside. 

ALCOCK- STAWELL- RIVESSD ALE, Miss, 
of Lisnegar, co. Cork. 

Esther Mary, only dau. of Col. William St. Leger 
Alcock-Stawell, of Kilbrittain Castle, co. Cork, who d. 
1905, by Charlotte Harriet Esther, who d. 1882, only 
. dau. of the late Jonas Stawell, Esq., of Kilbrittain 
Castle. Miss Alcook-Stawell-Riversdale, who s. her 



brother AVilliam Thomas Jonas Alcock-Stawell-Rivers- 
dale, Esq., of Kilbrittain Castle and Lisnegar, at 
Lisnegar, 1907, and then, in compliance with the terms 
of the will of the Right Rev. Ludlow, 3rd and last 
Lord Riversdale, Bishop of Killaloe, assumed by royal 
license the additional surname of Riversdale, is Lady 
of the Manor of Rathcormac. — Lisnegar, Bathcormae, 
CO. Cork. 

ALCOCK-STAWELL-RIVERSDALE, Mrs., 
of Kilbrittain Castle, co. Cork. 
Caroline Fales, dau. of Dr. Thomas Gray, of Boston, 
U.S.A. ; m. 1st 1882 John Beale Francis Davidge, Esq., 
of Washington, U.S.A., who d. 1885; 2ndly 1889 
William Thomas Jonas Alcock-,Stawell-Riversdale, 
Esq., of Kilbrittain Castle, and of Lisnegar, co. Cork, a 
J.P. forco. Cork and Lord of the Manor of Rathcormac, 
who d.s.p. 1907. — c/o Messrs.Franks ^f OuUon,Solicitors, 
21, Lower Fit:williain Street, Dublin. 

ALCORN, James Gunning, Esq., of Kilroe, co. 
Gal way. 
Son of the late James Alcorn, Esq. (by Mary, dau. of 
the late James Gunning, Esq., of Kilroe), and nephew 
of the late John Joseph Gunning, Esq., J.P. ; h. 185- ; 
«. his uncle 1886; m. 1896 Marcella Agnes, dau. of the 
late James H. Ryan, Esq., of Mace House, co. Gal- 
way. Mr. Alcorn, who was educated at Queen's Coll., 
Galway, and called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 
1879, is a J.P. for co. Galway (on the roll for High 

^ Sheriff for 1^20).— Kilroe, near Dritmgaiffcn ; 24, 
Corrig Avenue, Kingstown, Dublin. 

ALDAM. See Warde-Aldam. 

ALDENHAM, Lord (Alban George Henry 
GiBBs).— Cr. 1896. 

Eldest son of Henry Hucks, 1st Lord, by Louisa Anne, 
who d. 1897, 3rd dau. of the late William Adams, Esq., 
LL.D., of Thorpe, Surrey; h. 1846 ; s. 1907 ; m. 1873 
Bridget, who d. 1896, 7rh dau. of the late Right Hon. 
Alexander James Beresford Beresford-Hope, M.P., of 
Bedgebury Park, Kent. Lord Aldenham, who was 
educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1870, 
M.A. 1873), is one of H.M.'s Lients. for the City of 
London and Patron of 2 livings, and was M.P. for the 
City of London 1892-1906. — The Manor House, Clifton 
Hampden, Abingdon ; Aldenham House, near Elstrce ; 
Carlton,and Travellers' Glubs,s.yf.; Constitutional Cluh, 
w.c. ; City Carlton Club, e.g. ; 37, Portland Place, w. 
Heir, his son Gerald Henry Beresford, educated at Eton 
and at Oh. Oh., Oxford (B.A. 1901) : b. 1871 ; m. 1905 Lillie 
Caroline, eldest dan. of the Eev. William Thomas Houlds- 



ALDERNEY, Viscount. See Medina, Earl of. 

ALDERSET, Hogh, Esq., of Aldersey, and 
Spurstow, ChesMre. 
Elder son of Thomas Aldersey, Esq., of Aldersey 
Hall and Spurstow, who d. 1899, by Rose Sidney, who 
d. 1887, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. George Becher 
Blomfield, Canon of Chester, of Mollington, Cheshire ; 
h. 1858; m. 1888 Evelyn, 7th dau. of the late Rev. 
Francis Coulman Royds, Hon. Canon of Chester, 
Rector of Coddington, Cheshire, and has had, with 
other issue, Hugh (eldest son), Capt. Cheshire Yeo. ; 
b. 1888, and killed in action 191S ; and * Ralph (only 
surviving son), Capt. 3rd Batt. Cheshire Regt. ; educated 
at Radley ; b. 1890. Mr. Aldersey, who was educated 
at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B..4. 1881), 
is a Magistrate for Cheshire, and Lord of the Manors 
of Aldersey and Handley. — Aldersey Hall, Chester; 
The Crooke, Aldersey, Cheshire. 

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ALDERSON, Lient.-Gen. Sir Edwin Alfred 
Hebvet, K.C.B.— Cr. 1916. 
Only son of the late Col. Edward Mott Alderson, of 
Poyle House, Ipswich ; b. 1859 ; m. 1886 Alice Mary, 
2nd dau. of the late Rev. Oswald Pattisson Sergeant, 
M.A., Vicar of Chesterton, Oxfordshire. Sir Edwin 
Alderson is a Lieut.-Gen. late E. W. Kent Regt., an 
Officer of the Legion of Honour and the Author of 
"With the Mounted Infantry and the Mashonaland 
Field Force", &c. ; was D.A.A.G. and Comm. 
Mounted Infantry at Aldershot 1897-9; in command 
of Mounted Infantry Brigades in S. Africa 1899-1902 ; 
A.D.C. to T.M. Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. 
1900-6; Inspector-Gen. of Mounted Infantry in S. 
Africa 1902-3 ; in command of the 2nd Infantry 
Brigade at Aldershot 1903-7, of the 6th Div.. S. Army 
in India, 1908-12, of the 1st Canadian Div. 1914, and 
subsequently of the Canadian Army Corps, and temp. 
Inspector of Infantry 1916-18. — Naval and Military 
Club, w. ; Marlborough Club, s.w. ; R. Norfolk and 
Suffolk Yacht Club, Lowestoft; R. Canoe Club, Trowlock 
Island. 



ALDOUS, Hugh Graham, Esq., formerly of 
Kelsale Hall, SafiPolk. 
Third son of James Robert Aldous. Esq., of Marquess 
Eoad, London, who d. 1876, by Rebecca Susannah 
Crawte, who d. 1913, dau. of the late Edward Thomas 
Scoones, Esq., of Barming, Kent; 6. 1859; m. 1898 
Catherine May Inez, only dau. of the late Col. Richard 
Henry Travers, of Timoleague, co. Cork, and has, with 
other issue, a son, James Robert Travers, M.C., Lieut. 
E.E. ; educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at the R. Mil. 
Academy, Woolwich ; J. 1898. Mr. Aldous, who was 
educated at Sherborne School and at the E. School 
of Mines, S. Kensington, is a Magistrate for Suffolk. — 
Union Club, s.w. 

ALDWORTH, Major John Charles Oliver, 
of Newmarket Court, co. Cork. 
Elder son of Charles Oliver Aldworth, Esq., of Poula- 
curra, and Ballybrack, co. Cork, who d. 1896, by Sarah 
William, dau. of the late William Crooke Ronayne, 
Esq., of Cork, and widow of Robert James Martin, 
Esq., of Dublin; b. 1869; s. his cousin Robert Aid- 
worth, Esq., J.P., 1907 ; m. 1901 Lena Stephanie Cecil 
(whom see), elder dau. and co-heiress of the late John 
Stephen Collins, Esq., J.P., of Ardnalee, co. Cork, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * John Richard St. Leger, 
b. 1914. Major Aldworth, who was formerly Lieut. 
3rd Batt. King's Shropshire L.I., and temp. Major 1st 
Garrison Batt. E. Irish Rifles, is Capt. and Hon. Major 
late 9th Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps, and Lord of the 
Manor of Newmarket, and was High Sheriff of co. Cork 
1912.— Newmarket Court, co. Cork. 

ALDWORTH, Mrs., of Ardnalee, co. Cork. 
Lena Stephanie Cecil, elder dau. and co-heiress of John 
Stephen Collins, Esq., J.P., of Ardnalee, who d. 1906, 
by Henrietta Cecil, who d. 1914, dau. of the late Henry 
William Wray, Esq., and grand-dau. of the late John 
James Wray, Esq., of Castle Wray, co. Donegal ; m. 
1901 Major John Charles Oliver Aldworth, of New- 
market Court, CO. Cork (whom see). — Newmarket Court, 
CO. Cork. 

ALDWORTH, Mrs., of Glonncaume, co. Cork. 
Olivia Catharine, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. James 
Morton, Rector of Clonfert, co. Cork; m. 1st 1848 
George Wood, Esq., of Edgehill, Liverpool, who d. 
1849; 2ndly 1852 Col. Robert Aldworth, of Glonn- 
caume and Meenkeragh, co. Cork, who was a J.P. for 
CO. Cork, formerly Capt. 94th Foot, and Col. ret. N. 
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Cork Rifle Militia, and who d. 1899, leaving, with 
other issue, * St. Leger Boyle, of Meenkeragli (whotii 
see). — Claremoni, Dorking. 

ALDWORTH, St. Legee Boyle, Esq., of 
Meenkeragh, co. Cork. 
Third and eldest surviving son of Col. Robert Aid- 
worth, of Glouncaume, co. Cork, and Meenkeragh, who 
d. 1899, by Olivia Catharine, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. 
James Morton, Rector of Clonfert, co. Cork, and widow 
of George Wood, Esq. ; b. 1863 ; m. 1892 Ma Shwe- 
Hmain, dau. of U. Talok, of Sandoway, Burma, and has, ' 
with other issue, a son, * Richard Montague Morton, 
b. 1900. Mr. Aldworth was formerly a Dist. Super- 
iutendent of Police and Magistrate in Burma. — 
Residence : Ripon Lodge, Bath Eoad. Reading ; East 
India United Service, and Sports' Clubs, s.w. 

ALEXANDER, Sir Lionel Cecil William, 
Bart., D.S.O.— Cr. 1809. 
Only son of Sir William Ferdinand Alexander, Sth 
Bart., of Cruisetown, co. Meath, by Edith (who m. 
2ndly 1897 theEev. Frederick William Thurlow, M.A.), 
2nd dau. ofthe late George Frederick Heriot La Fargue, 
Esq.; b. 1885; «. 1896; ?n. 1908 Noorouz Weston, 
eldest dau. of Sir Ernest Cable. Sir Lionel Alexander, 
who was formerly Lieut. Grenadier Guards, is Major 
23rd (Co. of London) Batt. London Eegt. ; has the 
French Croix de Guerre. — Guards' Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son Desmond William Lionel, b. 1910. 

ALEXANDER, Mary Kathleen, Lady. 
Dau. of the Rev. John Draper ; m. 1877 as 2nd wife Sir 
John Wallis Alexander, 4th Bart., who d.s.p. 1888. 

ALEXANDER, Sir. Cladd, Bart., of BaUoch. 
myle, Ayrshire. — Cr. 1886. 
Only son of Sir Claud Alexander, 1st Bart., by 
Eliza, only dau. of the late Alexander Speirs, Esq., 
of Elderslie, N.B.; b. 1867; s. 1899; m. 1st 1889 
Lady Diana Montgomerie (whom he div. 1894, and 
who d. 1914, having m. 2ndly 1894 Harold Kenneth 
Allison, Esq.), youngest dau. of Archibald William, 
14th Earl of Eglinton and 6th Earl of Winton; 2ndly 
1896 Rachel Belasyse, youngest dau. of the late Rev. 
Henry Holden, D.D., Eector of S. Luffenham. Sir 
Claud Alexander, who was educated at Eton and at 
New CoU., Oxford (B.A. 1889), is a Magistrate for 
Ayrshire; late Lieut. 3rd Batt. R. Scots Fusiliers. — 
Fat/ Gate Wood, Sussex; Ballochmyle, Maiichline, N.B. 
Heir, his son Wilfred Archibald, 6. 1892. 

ALEXANDER, Florence, Lady. 

Dau. of Edward Theleur, Esq.; m. 1882 Sir George 
Alexander. LL.D., an Actor, Manager of St. James's 
Theatre, and a J.P. for co. liOndon, who was a Member 
ofthe London C.C. 1907-13, and who was cr. Knt. 
1911 and rf. 1918. — Little Court, Chorleywood, Hertford- 
shire; 57, Pont Street, s.w. 

ALEXANDER, Granville Henry Jackson, 
Esq., of Forkhill, co. Armagh. 
Eldest son of Henry Alexander, Esq., D.L., of Forkhill, 
who d. 1877, by Lady Louisa Juliana, who d. 1896, 
2nd dau. of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Ranfurly ; b. 1852 ; m. 
1880 Daisy, dau. of M. Matthews, Esq., of San Fran- 
cisco. Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Armagh (High SheriflF 
1883); late Capt. Armagh Militia; formerly Lieut. 
58th and 83rd B-egts.— Forkhill House, Forkhill, co. 
Armagh ; Carlton Club. s.w. ; R. St. George Yacht 
Club, Kingstown. 



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+ ALEXANDER, Capt. James Ulick Francis 
Canning, O.B.E., of Oak Bank, Kent. 

Elder son of James D:dison Alexander, Esq., D.L., of 
Oak Bank, who d. 1914, by Lady Emily Harriet 
Catherine, eldest dau. of Eichard Edmund St. 
Lawrence, 9th Earl of Cork and Orrery, K.P. ; h. 
1889. Oapt. Alexander, who was educated at Eton and 
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Capt. Coldstream 
Guards; has the Order of the Nile, 4th Class. — Guards' 
Club, 8.W. 

ALEXANDER, Major John, of Milford House, ; 
CO. Carlow. 

Eldest son of John Alexander, Esq., M.P., of Milford 
House, who d. 188.'i, by Esther, who d. 1901, dau. of 
the late Matthew Brinkley, Esq., of Parsonstown, co. 
Meath, and grand-dau. of the late Eight Rev. John 
Brinkley, Bishop of Cloyne; b. 18.50; m. 189B Ethel, 
who d. 1916, 3rd dau. of Kennett Bayley, Esq., of 
Sevenoaks, Inchicore, Dublin, and has, with other issue, 
a son, * John, b. 1898. Major Alexander, who was I 
educated at St. John's Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate | 
for CO. Carlow, and was formerly Major King's Dragoon 
Guards. — Milford House, Carlow; Naval and Military 
Club, w. 



3rd dau. of Capt, Thomas Alexander, 
rn, Ayrshire, and has 3 daus. Mr. 



Katherine, 

of Eastbu 

Alexander, who was educated at Cheltenham and at 

St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1900), and called to the 

Bar at the Inner Temple 1902, is a Magistrate for 

Dorsetshire, and Major Q.O. Dorset Yeo. — Doione 

Hall, Bridport; Isthmian Club, w. 

ALEXANDER, William Robert Edward, 
Esq., of Boydston, Ayrshire. 
Younger son of ArchibaldAlexander, Esq., of Boydston, 
J.P., Deputy Inspector-Gen. of Hospitals, whorf. 1883, 
by Agnes, who d. 1891, dau. of the late William 
MacknightCrawfurd, Esq., of Cartsburn, Renfrewshire ; 
b. 1856; m. 1st 1887 M.ary Louise, who d. 1909, 
dau. of the late Stephen Hawks, Esq., of Eedheugh Hall, 
Northumberland; indly 1910 Katherine Melicent, 
2nd dau. of the late John Richard Cromwell Taunton, 
Esq., of Ashmead, Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, and 
has had, with other issue, Archibald Charles Edward 
(elder son), Lieut. 3rd Batt. R. .Scots Fusiliers; b. 
1888, and killed in action 1915. Mr. Alexander, who 
s. to the estate of Boydston on the death of his 
brother Alexander Charles Archibald Alexander, Esq., 
J.P., Surgeon-Major Coldstream Guards, 



J.P. for CO.S. Ayr 
Lodge, Boydston, 
Club, w.c. 



and Lanark.— Residence : Ann's 
Ardrossan, KB.; Constitatimial 



of Pavenham. See Burton- 



ALEXANDER, Mrs., of Termon, co. Tyrone. 
Mary Anna Catharine, elder dau. of Robert William 
Lowry, Esq., D.L., of Pomeroy House, co. Tyrone, who d. ALEXANDER 
1899, by his 1st wife Frances Elizabeth, who d. 1 877, 1 Alexander. ' 

youngest dau. and co-heiress of the Late Benjamin !' 
Humphrey Geale-Brady, Esq., of Mount Geale, co. 

Kilkenny; m. 1888 Col. Charles Murray Alexander, ALEXANDER, of Roo Park. See Bitter. 
of Termon, a J.P. for co. Tyrone, and Lieut.-Col. and 
Hon. Col. Comm. 4th Batt. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, | 

who d. 1902, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Charles ' ALEXANDER, See Caledon, Earl of, and Cobham, 
Adam Murray, M.C., Capt. and Brevet-Major E. Inni- , Lord. 

skiUing Fusiliers; b. 1889; m. 1918 Gladys Sylvia 

Mac Qregor, elder dau. of Thomas Mac Gregor Greer, ! -.tt^ti ot t/-, 

Esq., of Sea Park, co. Antrim.— T«-mo?j, Carrickmore, : ALEXANDER - SINCLAIR, Rear - Adm. 



CO. Tyrone. 

ALEXANDER, Capt. Robert, of Swifts I Ba 

Place, Kent. 
Second son of Lieut.-Col. Boyd Francis Alexander, 
late Rifle Brigade, of Swifts Place, who d. 1917, by 
Mary, who d. 1905, dau. of the late David Wilson, 
Esq.; b. 1873; m. 1912 Katharine, younger dau. of 
the Rev. Charles Robert Shaw-Stewart, M.A., formerly 
Rector of Cowden, Kent, and has, with other issue, a 
son, *Boyd, b. 1913. Capt. Alexander, who was edu- 
cated at Eadley, and was formerly Capt. 5th Batt. 
Rifle Brigade and Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, is temp. Major 
Remount Service. — Swifts Place, Cranbrook, Kent. 

ALEXANDER, Major Robert Gustavos, of 
Acton, CO. Armagh. 
Son of Robert Quin Alexander, Esq., who d. 1887, by 
Gertrude Harriett, who d. 1905, 4th dau. of the late 
John Lushington Reilly, Esq., of Scarvagh House, co. 
Down; b. 1852; s. his brother Lieut.-Col. William 
James Alexander, J. P., late Major Duke of Cornwall's 
L.I., 1912 ; ?H. 18— Evelyn Sophia, whor/. 1917, dau. 

of . Major Alexander is Major ret., late 3rd 

K.O. Hussars. — Acton, Foyntzpass, co. Armagh. 

ALEXANDER, Willum Arthur, Esq., of I 
Downe Hall, Dorsetshire. ' 

Only son of William Alexander, Esq., of Grove Hall, I 
Twyford, Berkshire, who d. 1904, by Elizabeth, who 
d. 1907, only dau. of the late Thomas James, Esq., of 
Sherley, Herefordshire; b. 1876; m. 1900 Elizabeth! 



Edwtn Sinclair, K.C.B., M.V.O., of 
Preswick, Caithness-shire; and of South 
Renfrewshire. — Cr. 1919. 
Second son of Capt. John Hobhouse Inglis Alexander, 
R.N., C.B., of South Barr, who d. 1875, by Isabella 
Barbara (who d. 1883, having m. 2ndly 1881, as 
his 2nd wife, J(jlm Archibald Shaw-Stewart, Esq., 
-who'd. 1900), only dau. of the late Thomas Cochran 
Hume, Esq.; *. 1867; m. 1892 Julia Margaret, 3rd 
dau. of the late Col. Charles Vereker Hamilton- 
Campbell, of Netherplace, Ayrshire, and has, with 
other issue, a son, * Mervyn Boyd, Lieut. R.N. ; 
educated at the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dart- 
mouth; b. 1894. Sir Edwyn Alexander-Sinclair, who 
s. his relative William Sinclair Thomson-Sinclair, 
Esq., and assumed the additional surname of Sinclair 
in 1894, is a Rear-Adm. and a J.P. and D.L. for 
Caithness-shire; was a Naval A.D.C. to H.M. King 
George V. 1914-17; appointed to command 3rd 
Light Cruiser Squadron, Mediterranean Fleet, 1919; 
has the Russian Order of St. Vladimir, 3rd Class, 
with Swords, and the French Croix de Guerre. — 
Residences : Bunbcath Castle, Caithness, KB. ; The 
Northern Gate, Dunnet, KB.; Naval atid Military 
Club, w. ; Boodle's Club, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh. 

ALFORD, Lady. 

Jane Eliza Helen Nathalie, eldest dau. of the late Lieut.- 
Col. John Shand, I.S.C. ; m. 1st 1886 Sir Edward Fleet 
Alford, F.E.G.S., who was Chairman of the Shanghai 
General Chamber of Commerce 1896-9 and rendered 
important service in connection with the revised 
Chinese Tariff, and who was cr. Knt. 1902 and d, 
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1905; 2ndly 1906 Edward Kussell Burdou, Esq., 
F.L.S.— 91, Campdm Hill Court, w. 

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ALINGTON, Lord (Humphrey Napier Stdbt, 
K.C.V.O).— Or. 1876. 

Only son of Henry Gerard, 1st Lord, by his 1st wife 
Lady Augusta, who d. 1888, eldest dau. of George 
Charles, 3rd Earlof Luean; b. 1869 ;s. 1904; m. 1883 
Lady Feodorowna Yorke, elder dau. of Charles, 5th 
Earl of Hardwicke. Lord Alington, who was educatfd 
at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for Dorsetshire, and Patron of 5 livings ; late Lieut. 
Dorset Yeo. Cav. ; was M.P. for Dorsctsliire E. Div. 
1891-1904.— CV;W«V, Wimhunie; Carlton, MarU/orongh, 
White's, and Pratfs Clidis. s.w. ; Bacliclors', and 
Turf Clubs, w. ; Beefsteak Club, w.c. ; 38 Port/nan 
Square, w. 

Heir, Ue son Napier George Heury, LiEut. E. A.P. ; b. 1896. 

ALINGTON, Evelyn Henrietta, Lady. 

Dau. of Henry BUnulell Leigh, Esq., who d. 1875, by 
Dorothy, who d. 1895, youngest dau. of the late 
Thomas Hawkes, Esq., M.P. ; m. 1892, as his 2nd wife, 
Henry Gerard, 1st Lord Alington, who d. 1904. — 
il,Portlaiid Place, -X. 

ALINGTON, Adm. Arthur Hildebrand, of 
Swinliope, Lincolnshire. 
Tliird son of George Mavmaduke Alington, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Swinhope, who d. 1890, by Mary, who d. 
1877, dau. of the late Matthew Bancroft Lister, Esq., 
of Burwell Park, Lincolnshire ; b. 1 839 ; m. 1 870 Char- 

. lotte Mary, who d. 1913, dau. of the late Rev. Charles 
Moore, of Garlenick, Cornwall, and has, with other 
issue, a son, *Arthur Cyrili Marmadnke, Major and 
temp, Lieut.-Col. Eeserve of Officers and Capt. ret., 
late E. Lancashire Regt. ; was Commandant of De- 
tention Barracks 1916-19; appointed Commandant 
Mil. Prison, Egypt, 1919; b. 1872; m. 1903 Gladys 
Evelyn, youngest dau. of the late Major Thomas 
Bramston Hamilton, R.A., of Bitterne Grove, Hamp- 
shire, and has, with other issue, a sou, * William 
James Marmaduke, b. 1906. Adm. Alington, who 
was 2nd in command of the Channel Squadron 
1895-6, is a Magistrate for Parts of Lindscy, Li;icoln. 
shire, an Adm. ret.. Lord of the Manor of Swinhope, 
and Patron of 2 livings. — Swinhope Home, North 
Thoresby, Lincolnshire; United Service Club, s.w. 

ALINGTON, Charles Edmund Argentine, 
Esq., of Little Barford Manor House, 
Bedfordshire. 

Eldest sou of Julius Alington, Esq., J.P., of Little 
Barford Manor House, and of Letchworth Hall, Hert- 
fordshire, who d. 1905, by Catherine Mary, 2nd dau. 
of the late Edmund Wright, Esq., of Halston Hall, 
Shropshire ; b. 1872. Mr. Alington, who was educated 
at Eton and at Trinity Hall. Cambridge, is a Magistrate 
for Huntingdoiisliii-e and for Bedfordshire (High Sheriff 
1915), Lord of the Manors of Little Barford, Bed- 
forilshire, Letchworth, Hertfordshire, and Twywill, 
Northamptonshire, and Patron of 2 livings. — Little 
Barford Manoi- House, St. Neols, Huntingdonshire ; 
Orleans Club, s.w. 

ALISON, Sir Archibald, Bart— Cr. 1852. 

Eldest son of Gen. Sir Archibald Alison, 2nd Bart., 
G.C.B., by Jane, who d. 1909, only dau. of the late James 
Black, Esq., of Dalmonach, Dumbartonshire; b. 1862; 
s. 1907 ; m. 1888 Goorgina Sarah Anne, youngest dau. 



I of the late John Bond-Cabbell, Esq., of Cromer Hall, 
i Norfolk. Sir Archibald Alison, who was educated at 
Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and was 
formerly Capt. 5th Batt. and previously Lieut. Rifle 
Brigade, was Colonial Secretary of Bermuda 1888- 
1900. — Possil, Budleiqh Salterton, Devon; Boodle's 
Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son Archibald, Lieut.-Oomm. R.N. ; b. 1888; m. 
1919 Isa Marge/y Tyrrell, only dau. of Charles Tyrrell 
Giles, Esq., K.O., J.P. and D.L., of Copse HUl House, 
Wimbledon. 

ALLAN, Jane, Lady. 
Dau. of Walter Beattie, Esq., of Lockerbie ; m. 
1870 Sir William Allan, who was a J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Durham, M.P. for Gateshead 1893-1903, and who 
was cr. Knt. 1902, and d. 1903.— Scotland House, 
Sunderland. 



\ ALLAN, Sir (Hugh) Montagu, Knt., C.V.O.— 
I Cr. 1904. 

Second son of Sir Hugh Allan, of Ravenscrag, Montreal, 
Canada, whorf. 1882, l.y Matilda Caroline, who d. 1881, 
' dau. of the late John Smith, of Montreal ; b. 1860 ; m. 
, 1893 Marguerite Ethel, dau. of the late Hector Mac- 
! kenzie, of Montreal. Sir Montagu Allan, who was edu- 
cated at Bishop's Coll. School, Lennoxville, Province of 
Quebec, and in Paris, and was formerly Deputy Chairman 
of the Allan Line Steamship Co., is President of the 
Mercliants Bank of Canada, a Director of many other 
commercial enterprises, Hon. Lieut.-Col. 5th R. High- 
landers of Canada, temp. Lieut.-Col. Canadian Ex- 
peditionary Force, and President of the Pensions and 
Claims Board, Canadian Expeditionary Force, and has 
the Order of the Rising Sun of Japan, 3rd Class. — 
Eavensr.rag, Montreal, Canada ; Montrose, Cacouna, 
Province of Quebec, Canada; Allancroft, Beaconsfield, 
Province of Quebec, Canada; Junior Carlton Club, s.yr. ; 
■ E. Thames Yacht Club, w. ; St. James's, and Mount 
Eoyal Clubs Montreal ; Knickerbocker Club, New York. 

ALLAN, Alexander, Esq., of Aros, Argyllshire. 
Only son of Bryce Allan, Esq., of Aros, who d. 1874, 
by Janet, dau. of the late George Blair, Esq., of 
Greenock; h. 1844; m. 1866 Julia Elizabeth, dau. of 
the late Alexander M'Ewen, Esq., of Sunderland, Island 
of Islay, and has, with other issue, * Bryce, b. 1874 ; 
in. 1900 Hilda Mary, elder dau. of James H. Allan, 
Esq., of The Wood House, Shrawley, and has a son, 
*Alastair Hugh, b. 1902. Mr. Allan is a J.P. and 
D.L. for Argyllshire.— ^ras House, near Tobermory, 
L of Mull, N.B. ; New Club, Edinburgh. 

ALLAN. See Havelock-Allan, and Murray-Allan. 

ALLAN-WODDROP. See Mitchell. 

ALLANBY, Henry Charles Hynman, Esq., of 
Monk's Tower, Lincolnshire. 

Elder son of Henry Hynman AUenby, Esq., J.P., of 
Kenwick Hall, Lincolnshire, who d. 1869, by Eliza 
(who d. 1902, having m. 2ndly 1870 the Rev. Erasmus 
R. W. Lloyd, M.A.), dau. of the late Titus Bourne, 
Esq., of Alford, Lincolnshire; h. 1853; m. 1879 Mary 
Florence, dau. of the late Thomas Gartit, Esq., M.P., 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Allan Charles 
Hynman, b. 1881. Mr. AUanby, who was educated at 
Harrow and at Magdalen Coll.,Oxford (B. A. 1 877, M.A. 
1878), is a Magistrate for Lincolnshire, Capt. and 
Hon. Major late 3rd Batt. Seaforth Highlanders and 
temp. Major attached to the Depot, Seaforth High- 
landers ; formerly Capt. E. N. Lincoln Militia ; has 
resumed the old spelling of the family name. — Monk's 
Tower, Lincoln ; Boodle's Club, s.w. 



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ALLANSON-WINN. See Hcadley, Lord. 

ALLARDICE. See Barday-Allardke. 

ALLARDYCE, Sir William Lamond, 
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1916. 

Only son of Col. James Allardjce, LL.D., of Culquoich, 
Aberdeenshire, who d. 1910, by Georgina Dickson, 
■who d. 1866, dan. of the late Peter Harris Abbott, Esq.; 
b. 1861 ; m. 1895 Constance Angel, O.B.E., a Lady of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 2nd dau, 
of Molesworth Richard Greene, Esq., of Greystones, 
Eowsley, Victoria, Australia. Sir William Allardyce, 
"who was educated at Gymnasium School, Aberdeen, and 
at the Mil. Coll., O-^ford, and entered the Colonial Ser 
1879, is a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem, was Assistant Colonial Secretary and Re- 
ceiver Gen., Fiji, 1898-1902 ; Colonial Secretary and 
Receiver-Gen. 1902-i (administered the Government 
1901-2), and Governor, Commander-in-Chief, and 
Chief Justice of the Falkland Islands 1904-14; 
appointed Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Bahama 
Islands, V^\i.— Government House, Nassau, Bahamas ; 
St. James's Club, w. 

ALLASON. See Bannatiiie-Allason. 

ALLBPTT, Sir (Thomas) Clifford, K.C.B., 
F.R.S., F.S.A., LL.D., D.Sc— Cr. 1907. 
Only son of the Rev. Thomas AUbutt, Rector of Debach 
cum Boulge, Sutfolk, who d. 1869, by Marianne, whorf. 
1844, dau. of the late John Wooler, Esq., of Rouse Hill, 
Dewsbury; b. 1836; m. 1869 Susan, dau. of the late 
Thomas England, Esq., of Headingley, Yorkshire. Sir 
Clifford Allbutt, who was educated at St. Peter's 
School, York, and at Gonville and Cains Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1859, M.B. 1861, M.A. 1867, M.D. 1869, 
Hon. M.D. Dublin 1899, Hon. D.Sc. Victoria 1899, 
Oxford 1904, and Durham 1913, Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 
1888, Toronto and Montreal 1906, and St. Andrews 
1911), and was a Commissioner in Lunacy 1889-92, 
and formerly Lieut.-Col. 1st Eastern Gen. Hospital, 
E.A.M:C., T.F., is a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding 
of Yorkshire and for the co. of the City of York, a 
J.P. for Cambridgeshire, Hon. Col. R.A.M.C, E. 
Anglian Div., T.F., and has been Regius Professor of 
Physic at Cambridge Univ. since 1892.— Sd. Sade- 
gund's, Cambridge ; Athenceum Club, s.w. 

ALLCHIN, Lady. 

Margaret, elder daii. of Alexander Holland, Esq., of 
New York, U.S.A. ; m. 1 880 Sir William Henry AUchin 
F.R.S.E., F.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., M.D.. Vice-President of 
and Consnlting Physician to Westminster Hospital, to 
the Victoria Hospital forChildren.tothePoplar Hospital 
and to St. Marylebone Gen. and Western Dispensaries, 
Physician Extraordinary to H.M. King George V., and 
a Life Governor of Univ. Coll., who was President 
of the Medical Society of London 1901-2, and formerly 
a Member of the Medical Consultative Board of the 
R.N., and of the Senate of London Univ., and who was 
cr. Knt. 1907 and d. 1912.— Nut Tree Hall, Plaxtole, 
Kent; 51, South Street, Mai/fair, w. 

ALLCROFT, of Stokesay Court, Shropshire. 
See Eotton. 

ALLEN, Major the Right Hod. Charles Peter. 

Second son of Peter Allen, Esq., of Sedgley Park, 
Lancashire, who d. 1892, by Sophia Russell, who d. 
1868, eldest dau. of the late John Edward Taylor, Esq., 
of Manchester ; 6.1861; m. 1890 Evelina Caroline, 
eldest dau. of the late Alfred Barker, Esq., of Con- 
stantinople. Major Allen, who was educated at Rugbv 
and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888), 



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.ind called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1888, is a 
D.L. for Gloucestershire, and Capt. and Hon. Major 
T.F. Reserve, late temp. Major (previously Capt.) 
5th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., sat as M.P. for 
the Stroud Div. of Gloucestershire 1900.18, and 
was a Charity Commissioner (unpaid) for England 
and Wales l^lO-ll .—Pollhill. Harrietsham, Kent; 
Reform, and Nationcd Liherat Chilis, s.w. ; Union Clul'>, 
Manchester; E. Anglesey Yacht Club, Beaumaris; 
37, Grrosvenor Place, s.w. 



Sir James, K.C.B.- 



ALLEN, Col. the Hon. 
Cr. 1917. 

Eldest .son of the late James Allen, Esq., of Duncdhi, 
New Zealand ; b. 1855 ; m. 1877 Mary Hill, dau. of the 
late John Richards, Esq., of Somerset. Sir James 
Allen, who was educated at Clifton and at St. John's 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1878, M.A. 1904), was a 
Member of the New Zealand Parliament 1887-90, 
and has been a Member since 1891 ; was Minister of 
Defence, Finance and Education 1912-15 and has 
been Minister of Defence since \915.~Dunedin, New 
Zealand. 

ALLEN, Maud, Lady. 
Dau. of the late Rev. John Fisher Turner, Rector of 
Winkleigh, Devon; m. 1876, as his 2ud wife. Sir 
George William Allen, who was cr. K.C.I. E. 1897, 
and d. 1900.— 6, Upper Belgrave Street, s.w. 

ALLEN, Makgaret Watson, Lady. 

Second dau. of the late Robert Watson Maetaggart, 
Esq., of Glasgow: m. 1893 Sir Charles George 
Hillersden Allen, late Indian Civil Service, who was a 
Magistrate and Collector, Bengal, 1896-1901, Director 
of Land Records and Agriculture 1901-2, Chairman 
of the Calcutta Corporation 1904-9, and Chief Secre- 
tary to the Government of Bengal 1910, and who was 
cr. Knt. 1908 and <^. 1910.— 2, Falkland House, 
Cheniston Gardens, s.w. 



ALLEN, Sir Charles, Knt.— Cr. 1908. 

Eldest son of William Daniel Allen, Esq., of Sheffield, 
whorf. 1895; b. 1852; ?n. 18— Ada, who rf. 1909, dau. 

of . Sir Charles Allen, who was educated in 

Germany, is a Magistrate for Derbyshire, Lieut.-Col. 
Territorial Force Reserve, previously temp. Lieut.- 
Col. 5th London Brigade R.F.A., Territorial Force, 
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm. 3rd W. Riding 
Brigade R.F.A., Territorial Force, V.D., Chairman of 
Sir Henry Bessemer & Co. Ltd., and of the Ebbw Vale 
Iron and Steel Co. Ltd., and Vice-President of the 
Sheffield and Hallamshire Bank.— Junior Carlton Club, 



ALLEN, Sir Harry Brookes, Knt., LL.D., M.D. 
— Cr. 1914. 

Second son of Thomas Watts Allen, of Geelong, 
Victoria, who d. 1891, by Esther Elizabeth, who d. 
1907, d,iu. of the late George Odell, of Bedford; b. 
1854; m. 1891 Ada, eldest dau. of the late Henry 
Mason, of H.M.'s Customs, Liverpool. Sir Harry 
Allen, who was educated at Flinder's School, Gee- 
long, at the Church of England Grammar School, 
Melbourne, and at Melbourne Univ. (M.B. 1876, M.D. 
1878, B.S. 1879, Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 1912), was 
Hon. Secretary to the Medical Society of Victoria 
1879-87; Professor of Anatomy and Pathology at 
Melbourne Univ. 1882-1906 ; a Member of the Tuber- 
culosis in Cattle Board, Victoria, and of the Central 
Board of Health 1883-4; President of the R. Com- 
mission on the sanitary state of Melbourne and of 



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tlie Intercolonial Eabbit Commission 1888-9; Gen. 
Secretarj- of tlie Intercolonial Medical Congress 1889 
and President of the Australasian Medical Congress 
1908 ; has been Pathologist Melbourne Hospital since 
1876 ; Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Melbourne 
Univ., since 1896, and Professor of Pathology there 
since 1906 ; is a Member of the Univ. Council and the 
Author of many works. — The University, Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia. 



ALLEN, Sir Thomas William, Knt.— Cr. 1919. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Allen; /<. 1864. Sir j 
Thomas Allen is Chairman of the Parliamentary 
Committee of the Co-operative Congress, a Director 
of the Co-operative Wholesale Society and Deputy 
Chairman of the Consumers' Council, Ministry of 
Food. — Edward VII. Avenue, Newport, Monmouth- 
shire ; National Liberal Club, s.w. 



ALLEN, Arthur Acland, Esq., of Tulljbelton, 
Perthshire. 

Youngest son of Peter Allen, Esq., Manager of "The 
Manchester Guardian," of Sedgley Park, Lancashire, 
•who d. 1892, by Sophia Russell, who d. 1868, eldest 
dau. of the late John Edward Taylor, Esq., of Man- ' 
Chester, Founder of that paper ; h. 1868 ; m. 1900 Gladys j 
Hope, dau. of Douglas Walker, Esq., K.C., and has 
3 daus. Mr. Allen, who was educated at Rugby 
and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1891, MA. 18951, and 
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1893, was a Mem- 
ber of the London C.C. 1899-1913 (Deputy Chairman 
1908-9), and M.P. for Christchurch 1906-Jan. 1910, | 
and for Dumbartonshire Dec. 1910-1918. — TuUybelton, 
Bankfoot, Perthshire ; Reform, and R. Aiitomohile \ 
Clubs, s.-w.; Burlington Fine Arts' Club, w.; Liberal_\ 
Club, Glasgow; 13, Queen's Gate Gardens, s.w. 

i 
ALLEN, Charles Jeffert?, Esq., of Lyngford, . 
Somerset. j 

Only son of Jefferys Philip Thomas Allen, Esq., of 
Lyngford, who d. 1917, by Rose, -Idest dau. of the late 
Gen. Sir Charles William Dunbar Staveley, G.C.B. ; b. 
1905 ; educated at Horris Hill and at Bradfield Coll. 
— Residence : Woodlands, Taunton, Somerset. , 

ALLEN, Francis, Esq., of Cockley Cley Hall, 
Norfolk. ^ I 

Fourth son of Stafford Allen, Esq., of Parkfield, Upper j 
Clapton, who d. 1889, by Hannah Hunton, who d.i 
1880, dau. of the late James Ransome, Esq., of Eush- 
more,Ipswich, Suffolk; ft. 18.52; )«. 1st 1879 Charlotte 
Jane, who d. 1912, dau. of thelate .Spencer Naylor Dick- 
son, Esq., of Abbotts Redding, Westmorland ; 2ndly 
1913 Dorothy, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Walter Coombe, 
Rector of Oxborough, ^fo^folk, and has, with other [ 
issue, a son, *Francis Coombe Stafford, b. 1914.1 
Mr. Allen, who was educated at York, and lived 
many years in Egypt, where he has large interests, is j 
Lord of the Manor of Cockley Cley, and Patron of 1 i 
living.— Coc/;/?^ Cleg Ball, Swaffham, Norfolk; Union 
Club, Ale.candria, Egi/pt ; 7, Cowper Street, Finslury, \ 



Coghlan, Esq., and has a dau., Catherine Seymour. 
Col. Allen, who was educated at Harrow, is Col. ret., 
late E.^ Yorksliire Regt., and commanded the 15th 
Regimental Dist. 1899-1902.— iV'rtwZ and Militaru 
Club, w. 



ALLEN, Henry, Esq., of Bathampton Manor, 
Somerset. 
Third son of Major Ralph Shuttleworth Allen, M.P., 
J.P. and D.L., late Capt. R.A., of Bathampton Manor, 
who (/. 1887, by his 1st wife Annie Elizabeth, who 
d. 1862, 4th dau. of Sir Samuel Cunard, 1st Bart. ; b. 
1851 ; s. his brother Major-Gen. Ralph Edward Allen, 
C.B., J.P., late E. Yorkshire Regt., 1910; m. 1892 
Mabel, youngest dau. of the late E. Crompton Potter, 
Esq., of Manchester, and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Ralph Henry, Lieut. R.N. ; h. 1892. Mr. Allen, 
who was educated at Eton, is Lord of the Manor of 
Bathampton.— Residences : Firwood, Bolton-le-Moors, 
Lancashire ; Belfield, Windermere ; Carlton, and Junior 
Carlton Clubs, s.w. 

ALLEN, Henry Seymour, Esq., of Cresselly, 
Pembrokeshire. 
Eldest surriving son of Seymour Philipps Allen, Esq., 
of Cresselly (a J.P. and D.1-. for Pembrokeshire, and 
High Sheriff in 1850), who d. 1861, by Lady Catherine 
Henrietta, who d. 1900, 2ad dau. of Newton, 4th Earl 
of Portsmouth ; b. 1847. Educated at Harrow ; is a 
Magistrate for Pembrokeshire (High Sheriff 1873); 
late Lieut. 1st Life Guards. — Cresselly House, Pem- 
broke. 

Heir Pres., his brother Frederick Seymour (whom see). 

ALLEN, Jefferys Charles, Esq., formerly of 
Gatchell House, Somerset. 
Only son of the Rev. William Jefferys Allen, J.P., of 
Gatchell House, who d. 1882, by Ellen Susan, who d. 
1896, dau. of the late Rev. Henry Burlton, of 
Exminster, Devonshire ; b. 1847 ; m. 1879 Mary, who 
d. 1916, only dau. of the late Col. Thomas Dawson, of 
Northampton. Mr. Allen, who was educated at Eton 
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870), called to 
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1872, and assumed the 
additional surname of Jefferys 1889, but has since 
abandoned it, is a Magistrate for Somerset. — Cricklease 
House, wear Chard, Somerset. 



ALLEN, Col. Frederick Seymour, of Paske- 
ston, Pembrokeshire. 
Second surviving son of Seymour Philipps Allen, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Cresselly, Pembrokeshire, who d. 
1861, by Lady Catherine Henrietta, who d. 1900, 2nd 
dau. of Newton, 4th Earl of Portsmouth; b. 1849 ; «. 
his uncle Henry George Allen, Esq., K.C., M.P., as 
joint owner with 2 of his younger brothers, 1908 ; 
m. 1896 Bessie Constance, 3rd dau. of the late Edward 



ALLEN, Miss, of Stocklinch Manor, Somerset. 
Edith Augusta, younger dau. of the Rev. William 
Arthur Allen, of Stocklinch Manor, who d. 1881, by 
Florence Annette, who d. 1918, 3rd dau. of the late 
John Cletsome Warren , Esq. Miss Allen is Lady of the 
Manor of Stocklinch Ottersey, and Patron of 2 living.s. 
— Stocliinch Manor, near Ilminstcr, Somerset. 



ALLEN, Mrs., of Manor House, Upton Bishop, 
Herefordshire. 

Frances Maria, only surviving dau. of the Rev. William 
Uulmc, M.A., J.P., Rector of Brampton Abbotts, Here- 
fordshire, who d. 1890, by Maria, who d. 1892, 3rd dau. 
of the late Gilbert Harvey West, Esq., formerly of the 
Treasury; m. 1872 Capt. Evans Mynde Allen, late R. 
Scots Fusiliers, of Manor House, a J.P. and D.L. for 
Herefordshire (High Sheriff 1 91 0), who rf. 1 9 1 2, leaving 
a son, * Robert William, Capt. Reserve of Officers ; 
late Capt. 8th Hussars ; called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 1899 ; educated at Harrow and at Oriel Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1896, M.A. 1899) ; b. 1873. Mrs. Allen 
is Lady of the Manor ofUpton Bishop. — Manor House, 
Upton Bishop, Ross, Herefordshire. 



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AljLEN.tlie late SAiinEL 
connan, co. Antrim. 
Second son of Henry Ellis Allen, Esq., of Lisconuan, 
who d. 1874, liy Jane, 3rd dau. of the late Mr. John 
Eogan, of Kilkenny : h. 1842; ?/(. 1890 Florence Mary, 
only surviving dau. of the late Gen. Sir Charles William 
Adair, K.C.B., and d. 1919, leaving, with other issue, 
a son, * Samuel, M.C., temp. Lieut. 12th (Service) Batt.' 
R. Irish Rifles ; educated at Aldenham School ; h. I 
1891. Dr. ,411en, who was called to the Bar at King's 
Inns, Dublin, 1869, was a J.P. and D.L. for co. Antrim 
(High Sheriff l?,^G).—LUccntian, Dcrmck, co. Antrim. 

ALLEN, Wilfred Baugh, Esq., of CilrLiw, 
Pembrok eshire . 
Second son of George Baugh Allen, Esq., of Cilrhiw, 
■who d. 1898, by Dorothea Hannah, who d. 1868, dau. 
of the late Roger Eaton, Esq., of Parcglas, Pem- 
brokeshire ; b. 1849; m. 1883 Anno Sophia, 4th dau. 
of the late Rev. Robert Wedgwood, and had a son, R. 
Lancelot B., temp. Lieut. R.F.A. ; h. 1887, and d. on 
active service 1918. Mr. Allen, who was educated at 
Rugby and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1873), 
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1882, is a 
Magistrate for Pembrokeshire, Nottinghamshire, York- 
shire, and for the Borough of Mansfield, and was County 
Court Judge of Circuit No. 18 (Notts.) 1903-17.— 
Cilrhiw, Narherth, Pemhrokeshire ; Bramcotc, Notting- 
ham; 4, Paper Buildings, Temple, e.c. 

ALLEN, William, Esq., of Woodhead Hall, 
Staffordshire. 
Eldest son of William Shepherd Allen, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L„ of Wooillicad Hall, who d. 1915, by Elizabeth 
Pcmlopr, only child of the late John Candlish Esq, 
M.P. ; h. KS70 : /«. 1S93 J.-.innette, who d. 1918, dau. 
of Jehu Hall, Esq., J.P., of Ball Haye Hall, Stafford- 
shire, and has a son, *William Shepherd, Lieut. R.A.F. ; 
late temp. Lieut. R.E. ; educated at Repton and at 
Pembroke Coll., Cambridge ; b. ISg.i. Mr. Allen, who 
Mas educated at Rydal Mount School, Colwyn Bay,'and 
uf t':mmanuel Coll., Cambridge, and called to the Bar 
at the Inner Temple 190.5, was M.P. for Newcastle- 
uniUr-Lyme 1892-1900 and Head of the Agricultural 
Dep,artment Ministry of National Service 1917-19, 
and is a Magistrate for Staffordshire, and Capt. S. 
Australian Mounted Rifles (\WO).— n oodhcad Hall, 
Cheadte, Staffordshire; 50, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde 
Park, w. ; 1, Kings Bench Walk, Temple, e.c. 

ALLEN, WiLLUM Bird, Esq., of Bicton, Pem- 
brokeshire. 
Eldest surviving son of Joshua Bird Allen, Esq., Chief 
Clerk of the High Court of Chancery, who d. 1880 
(by Margaretta Anne, dau. of the late Col. Morisonl, 
and grandson of the late Joshua Julian Allen, Esq., of 
Bicton ; b. 1851. Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1874) : called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1876 ; 



[All 

Gerakline, dau. of the late William Joseph Fedden 
Esq., of Clifton, Bristol, and had an only son, Mel- 
ville Richard Howell Agnew, Lieut. R.A.F. ; h. 1892 • 
m. 1915 Dorothy Drina (who m. 2ndly 1918' Reginald 
J. H. Hope, Esq., Lieut. R.E, T.F.), elder dau of 
Major John Stanley Lightfoot. formerly Bedfordshire 
Regt., and d. (accidrntally killed) 1917, father of a 
son, *Denis William Melville, b. posthumous 1917. 
Mr. W. H. Allen, who was educated at Christ Coll.,' 
Brecon, is a J.P. and D.L. for Bedfordshire (High 
Sheriff 1904). — Bromham Hotise, Bromham. near Bed- 
ford; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Conn'g Club, Bedford; 13, 
Soicth Street, Park Lane, w. ' 



Esq., of Evenley 



ALLEN, William Henry, 
Hall, Northamptonshin 
Younger son of William Allen, Esq., J.P., of Evenley 
Hall, who d. 1905, by Ellen Moulson, who d. 1906, 
5th dau. of the late James Lownds, Esq., of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne; b. 1870 ; ?«.. 1910 Florence Louisa, only dau. 
of the late Albert Frederick Style, Esq., of Boxley 
House, Kent, and widow of Charles John Stratton, 
Esq., of Heathfield, Oxfordshire, and has a son, 
*Antony William, *. 1912. Mr. Allen, who was edu- 
cated at Trinity Coll.. Cambridge (B.A. 1895, M.A. 
1902), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1900, 
was temp. Capt. R.G.A. 1914-17, formerly Capt. Duke 
of Edinburgh's Own R.G.A. Militia, previously Lieut. 
R. Bucks Hussars Yeo. Cav., and is a Magistrate for 
Northamptonshire, and Lord of the Manor of Evenley. — 
Ecenley Hall, Brackley, Northamptonshire; White's 
Club. s.w. 



ALLEN. 



See Greenly. 



IS a MaLM-'i:,:i- f ;• T ml.rokeshire (High Sheriff 1915), 

and Jnii r r- 1 living.— BiW()«, Milford, Pern- 

broir.v/i " . ,,/ Cambridge Club, s.w.; Flat 

5, 158, /'..':., /,■-.',/, Maida Valc.w. 

lLLEN, William Henry, Esq., M.I.C.E., 
F.R.G.S., P.S.S., of Bromham House, 
Bedfordshire. 

Eldest son of William George Allen, Esq., of Cardiflf. 
whorf. 1847 ; 6.1844 ; m. Ist 1864 Annie Mary Pember- 
ton, who d. 1886. 2nd dau. of the late Richard Thomas 
Howell, Esq., of Bryu Caerau Castle, Carmarthenshire ; 
2ndly 1887 Madeline Agnew, 2nd dau. of the late 
William Joseph Fedden, Esq., of Clifton, Bristol, and 
has, with other issue, a son, *Rieh,ard William 
M.I.C.E., a J.P. for Bedfordshire; b. 1867; m. 1890 



ALLENBT, Gen. Sir Edmund Henry Hynman, 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G.— Cr. K.C.B. 1915, 
G.C.M.G. 1917, G.C.B. 1918. 

Eldest son of Hynmaii AUenby, Ksq., of Felixstowe, 
who d. 1878, by Catherine Anne, dau of the late Rev. 
T. C. Cane, of Brackenlairst. ,*r>uthwell, Nottingham- 
shire; b. 1861; /«. 18ii(> Adelaide Mabel, a Lady of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 3rd dan. 
of the late Horace Ehvard Chapman, Esq.. of Donhead 
House, Wiltshire. Sir Edmund AUenl.y, who was 
educated at Haileybury, is a Gen., lati- 6th (Inniskilling) 
Dragoons and 5th Lancers, of which he is Col., a 
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
and a Grand Olficer of the Belgian Order of Leopold ; 
was in command of the 4th Cav. Brigade 1905-9, 
Inspector of Cav. 1910-14,in command of a Cav. Div., 
Britijh Expeditionary Force, 1914, and an Army 
Corps Commander 1914-17: ajiiiointed to command 
the Expeditionary Force in Egypt 1917; has theGrand 
Cross of the Legion of Honour, of the Redeemer of 
Greece, and of the White Eagle of Serbia, with Swords, 
the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Nile, and the 
French and Belgian Croix de Guerre..— iVaca? and 
Military Club, w. 



ALLENBT, of Cadwell 

See Pelleui. 



ALLENBT. See Allanb;/. 



Hall, Lincolnshire. 



ALLENDALE, Viscount ( Wentworth Canning 
Blackett Beaumont, P.C). — Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of Wentworth Blackett, 1st Lord Allen- 
dale (cr. 1906), by his 1st wife Lady Margaret Anne, 
who d. 1888, 4th dau. of Ulick John, 1st Marquis 
of Clanricarde (cj-H.) ; b. 1860; .«. as 2nd Lord 1907; 
m. 1889 Lady Alexandrina Louisa Maud Vane- 
Tempest, youngest dau. of George Henry Robert 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[All 



Charles William, 5th Marquis of Londonderry, K.P. ! ALLFRET, HERBERT CtrIL, Esq. 



Viscount Allendale, who was educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 188i, M.A. 1888), is j 
a J.P. and D.L. for and Chairman of the Territorial 
Force Association of Northumberland, a J.P. for the 
W. Biding of Yorkshire, Capt. and Hon. Major late 
Yorkshire Hussars Imp. Y'eo., and Patron of 6 livings, 
and -was formerly Hon. Col. Northumbrian Divisional 
Transport and Supply Column, Army Service Corps, 
Territorial Force, M.P. for Northumberland, Hexham 
Div., 1895-1907, Vice-Chamberlain of H.M.'s House- 
hold 1905-7, Capt. of the Yeomen of the Guard 
1907-11, and a Lord in Waiting to H.M. King 
George V. 1911-16; has represented the Horn 
in the House of Lords since 1914 and the General Post' 
Office and Irish Office since 1916. — Bywcll Hall, 
StocksJicld-oti-Ti/nc R.8.O., Norlhiiviherlnnc! ; Bretton 
Park, Wakefield, Yorkshire; Brooks's, and Travellers'^ 
Clubs, s.w. ; Turf Ciuh, w. ; 144, Piccadilly, w. 

Heir, liis son Wentworth Henry Oanning, M.C., Capt. Snd Lite 
Guards; educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1912); 6.1390. 

ALLENDALE, Edith Althea, Lady. 

Elder dan. of Lieut.-Gen. Henry Meade Hamilton, C.B., 
who d. 1895, by Henrietta Mary, eldest dan. of the 
Rev. Sir Erasmus Dixon Borrowes, 8th Bart 



Eldest son of Major Goodrich Holmsdale AUfrey, of 
Wokefield Park, Berkshire, who (/. 1898, by Helen 
Clara, who d. 1912, dau. of William Little, Esq. ; b. 
1874 ; m. 1897 Norah Church, dau. of John Gilbert 
Mr-iggs, Esq., and has, with a dau., a son, Basil 
Holmsdale, Lieut. 9th Lancers ; educated at the K. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1898. Mr. AUfrey, who was edu- 
cated at Eton and at Merton Coll., Oxford, and was 
formerly Lieut, and temp. Capt. Leicestershire Y'eo., is 
temp. Capt. U.A.—Biirroiicih Court, Melton Mowbray. 

Office ALLGOOD, GoY Huntee, Esq., of Nunwick 
Hall, Northumberland. 
Elder son of Robert Lancelot Allgood, Esq., of Nun- 
wick Hall, who d. 1916, by Isabel Evelyn (who m. 
2udly 1918, as his 2nd wife, Francis John Douglas, 
Esq., whom see under Douglas, Bart., cr. 1786), 2nd 
dau. of the late Nathaniel George Clayton, Esq., of 
Chesters, Northumberland ; b. 1892. Mr. Allgood, who 
was educated at Winchester and at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 191 4), is Capt. 3rd Batt. Northumberland 
Fusiliers, and Patron of 2 livings. — JSunwick Hall, 
Humshaxigh-on- Tyne, Northumherland. 



1878Major.Gen. Sir George PomeroyPomeroyColIey, A LLHUSEN, AUGUSTUS HenkI EdeN, Esq., 
C-B-. C M G., who was cr. K.aS.I 1879 -^J^- 1881 ; ^f g^^j^^ '^^^^.^ Backinghamshire. 

2ndlv 1891, as his 2nd wiie, Wentworth Blackett, 1st i _, , ,„ ', , . o „ , , 

W Allendale, who d. 1907.-32, Queen Anne's, Eldes son of HeniT Christian AUhusen Esq., who <i. 



C. 

2i 

Lord Allendale, 

Gate, s.w. 

ALLERTON, Lord (George Herbert 
Jackson).— Cr. 1902. 
Elder son of William Lawies, 1st Lord, P.C., by Grace, 
who d. 1901, dau. of the late George Tempest, Esq.; 
b. 1867 ; s. 1917 ; in. 1899 Katherine Louisa, youngest 
dau. of William Wickham Wickham, Esq., of Chestnut 
Grove, Yorkshire. Lord AUerton, who was educated 
at Rugby, is an Hon. Capt. in the Army and was ] 
temp. Capt. Army Ordnance Department 1916-17. — | 
Alkrton Hall, Chapel AUerton, Leeds; 41, Cadogan | 

Heir, liis son George William Lawies, t. 1903. i 



87I,by Elizabeth Alice, dau.of the late Thomas Eden, 
Esq., of Norton Hall, Gloucestershire; b. 1867 ; s. his 
grandfatlier. Christian (Augustus Henry) AUhusen, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1890 ; m. 1896 Osnia Mary Dorothy, 
younger dau. of the late Col. the Hon. John Constantino 
Stanley, by Susan Mary Elizabeth (who m. 2ndly 1881, 
Francis Henry, 1st and only Lord St. Helier, G.C.B., 
wlio d. 1905), eldest dau. of the late Keith William 
Stewart-Mackenzie, Esq., of Seaforth, and has, with 
other issue, a son, * Henry Christian Stanley, b. 1899. 
Mr. AUhusen, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll. 
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1890), is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Buckinghamshire (High Sheriff 1913), 
late Lieut. R. Bucks Hussars Yeo. Cav. ; was M.P. 
for Salisbury 1897-1900, and for Hackney Central 

1900-6. — Stoke Court, Stoke Pages, Backinghamshire; 

Carlton, Boodle's, and White's ' Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick 

Club, w.c. 



ALLETNE, Sir John Metnell, Bart., D.S.O., [ 
D.S.C., of Chevin House, Derbysliire. — 
Cr. 1769. I 

Elder son of Reynold Henry Newton AUeyne, Esq., | A.LLHUSEN, WiLLIAM HuTT, Esq., formerly of 

who rf.|>.i>. 1908, by Susanna youngest dau. of the Twyford Abbey, Middlesex. 

late John Meynell, Esq., of MeynellUngley, Derby- 1 p„^,t,/,„,, ^f christian (Augustus Henry) AUhusen, 



shire ; i. 1 889 ; s. his grandfather Sir John Gay Newton I 
AUeyne, 3rd Bart., 1912. Sir John AUeyne is Lieut.- i 
Comm. R.N. — Chevin House, Belper, Derbyshire; 27, 
Drayton Court, S. Kensington, s.w. 

Ueir Pres., liis brother Reynold Meynell, Lieut. R.N. ; 



Esq., of Stoke Court, Bucks, who d. 1890, by Annie, 
who d. 1889, dau. of the late John Shield, Esq., of 
Broomhaugh, Northumberland; b. 1845; to. 1876 
Beatrice May, who d. 1918, eldest dau. of late Col. 
Thomas Bromhead Butt, 79th Cameron Highlanders. 
Mr. AUhusen was educated at Cheltenham Coll. and .it 
Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. — Lemoenfontein, Beaufort 
West, Cape Colony ; Wellington Club, s.w. ; i\"ew Club, 
Edinburgh; 15, Kensington Palace Gardens, w. 



ALLFRET, Capt. Henry, of Hemingford House, 
Warwickshire. 

Elder son of Henry Wells AUfrey, Esq., of Hemingford 

House, who d. 1887, by his 1st wife Adeline Frances, who 

d. 1865, 3rd dau. of the late Col. Sir Robert Moubray, ' ALLHUSEN, WILTON, Esq., of Pinhay, Devon. 

of Cockairny, Fifeshire ; b. 1850; m. 1889 Kathleen I Third son of Christian (Augustus Henry) AUhusen, 



Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Sydney Alers Hankey, Esq., late 
of Heathlands, Berkshire, and has, with other issue, a 
son, *Henry Sydney, Capt. 6th Batt. King's R. Rifle 
Corps, attached to Machine Gun Corps; b. 1891. 
Capt. AUfrey, who was educated at Cheltenham, is 
Capt. ret. pay, late King's R. Rifle Corps, and Lord of 
the Manor of Robertsbridge, Sussex. — Hemingford I 
House, Stratford-on-Avon. Residence : Staple Hill, j 
Wellesbourne, Warwickshire; Hurlingham Club, s.w. 



Esq., of Stoke Court, Bucks, who d. 1890, by Annie 
who d. 1889, dau. of the late John Shield, Esq., of 
Broomhaugh, Northumberland; b. 1840; m. 1874 
Adelaide, dau. of the late Major Thomas Pakenham 
Vandeleur, of co. Limerick, and has, with other issue, 
a son, "' Ormsby, Major R.F.A., T.F. ; educated at Eton 
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1910) ; b. 1888. 
Mr. AUhusen was educated at Durliam and at Heidel- 
berg. — Pinliay, Lyme Eegis ; Arthur's Club, s.w. 



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ALLISON, Sir Robert Andrew, Knt., 
Scaleby Hall, Cumberlaud.~Cr. 1910. 
Eldest sou of Joseph Allison, Esq., of Carlisle, who d. 
1842, by Jane, who d. 1890, youngest dan. of the 
late John Andrew, Esq.; b. 1838; m. 1st 1867 
Laura Alicia, who d. 1892, younger dau. of the late 
Joseph Miluer Atkinson, Esq., of Thorp Arch, 
Yorkshire; 2ndly 1897 Sara Eudora, only dau. of the 
late Rev. Canon Henry Slater, and has, with other issue, 
* Wilfrid Henry Andrew, educated at Brighton Coll. ; 
h. 1874; m. 1896 JVIuriel, eldest dau. of Mr. I. 
Bell, aud has a dau., Dorothy Noreen Andrew. 
Sir Robert Allison, who was educated at Rugby and 
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. aud D.L. for 
Cumberland (High Sheriff 1908), and was M.P. for 
Cumberland (N.or Eskdale Div.) 188.5-1900.— -Sra^cij/ 
Hall, Carlisle; New Univcnity Club, s.w. 

ALLISON, Lieut.-Col. James, of Undercliffe, 
CO. Durliam. 

Eldest son of Col. William Henry Allison, J.P. and 
D.L., formerly Hon. Col. 1st Newcastle-upon-Tyn 
E.E. Vols., V.D., of Undercliffe, who d. 1917, by 
Margaret, who d. 1917, 2nd dau. of the late John Clay 
Esq., of S. Shields; b. 1854; m. 1st 1882 Edith Hope, 
who d. 1882, youngest dau. of the late Eev. Alexander 
Napier, Vicar of Holkham, Norfolk ; 2ndly 1884 Edith 
Beyham, elder dau. of the late Robert Mathie Davidson, 
Esq., of High Cross, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and has 
had 2 sons, Henry James Noel Palmer, Lieut. 3rd 
Batt. Gordon Highlanders; b. 1887, and d. 1919; and 
*Claude Stanley, b. 1889. Lieut.-Col. Allison, who was 
educated at King's School, Canterbury, is a Magistrate 
for CO. Durham, and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. lat 
3rd Batt. Durham L.I.— Residence: 11, Etdon Place, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne; United Service Club, s.w.; 
Northern. Counties Club, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

ALLISTON, Lady. 

Mary, younger dau. of the late Thomas Loader, Esq., 
of Margate; m. 1872, as his 2nd wife. Sir Frederick 
Prat AUiston, one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of 
London and a Governor of St. Bartholomew's Hospital 
(Almoner 1900-4), who was a Member of the City 
Corporation 1878-1908, and of theLondon C.C 1901-7 
(Deputy Chairman 1904-5), and an Aid. of the City 
1895-1908 (Sheriff of London 1898-9), and who was 
cr. Knt. 1908 audf^. I'ill.—lioyston, Croham Park 
Avenue, S. Croydon. 

ALLIX, Charles Peter, Esq., of Swaifham 
Prior House, Cambridgesliire. 
Only son of Col. Charles AUix, of Swaftham Prior 
House, who d. 1862, by his cousin, Mary Catherine 
Elizabeth, who d. 1842, eldest dau. of the late Charles | 
AUix, Esq., of Willoughby Hall, Lincolnshire ; • 
m. 1866 Laura Agneta Wellington, 2nd dau, 
late Richard Lee Bevan, Esq., of Brixworth Hall, 
Northamptonshire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
♦Charles Israel Loraine, a J.P. and D.L. for Cam- 
bridgeshire, and Lieut. Coldstream Guards, Special 
Reserve ; educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898); b. 1872; m. 1906 
the Hon. Hilda Strutt, 3rd dau. of Henry, 2ud Lord 
Belper, and has, with other issue, a son, *Peter 
Loraine, /;. 1919. Mr. Allix, who was educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1864, 
M.A. 1873), is a J.P. and D.L. for Cambridgeshire. 
— Swaffhani Prior House, Cambridae ; Junior Carlton 
Club, s.w. 



THE UNITED KINGDOM, 
of 



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Mary, who d. 
Henry Noel, E 



the 



1910, only child of the late Cliristopher 
sq., of Wellingore Hall, Lincohishire ; b 
; m. 1st 1871 Helen, who d. 1889, eldest dau. of 
ate Edwin Taunton, Esq., of The Marfords, 
_ Cheshire ; 2ndly 1893 Gertrude Anne, 
youngest dau. of William Hynam, Esq., of Strawberry 
Lodge, Twickenham, and has, with 3 other daus., 
Muriel Lilian Helen de Burgh. Col. Allix, who was 
educated at Harrow, and formerly served in the 
Grenadier Guards, is a J.P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire. 
—Ehiwgreiddyn, Ccinws R.S.O., Montgomeryshire. 

ALLMAN, James Abraham 
Woodlands, co. Cork. 
Elde.stson of Richard Lane AUman, Esq., M.P., J.P., 
of Woodlands, whofZ. 1904, by Frances Vernon, who d. 
1915, 2nd dau. of the late James Splaine, Esq., J.P., 
of Garrane, co. Cork; b. 19,61 .— Woodlands, Bandon, 
CO. Cork. 

ALLOM, Sir 
1913. 

Son ofArthur Thomas Allom, Esq., Architect; b. 1865; 
■in. 1888 Laura, dau. of tht^ late Albert Tatham, Esq., 
of Warwick and London. Sir Charles .\Ilom, who was 
educated at Isleworth, at the R. Coll. of Art, and in 
France and Italy, is a Member of the firms of AVhite, 
Allom & Co., Contractors, of London and New York, 
and Allom, Bros., Electrical Engineers, of London, of 
thcGosport Aircraft Co., of the Government Advisory 
Committee on Art Education, of tlie Housing Com- 
miltee. Local Government Board, and of the Council 
of the R. Society of Arts, President of the Boat Racing 
Association and Rear Commodore of the R. London 
Yacht Club, and was a Member of the R. Commission 
for the Brussels, Rome and Turin Exhibitions. — 
Totteridge, Hertfordshire ; Devonshire Club, s.w. ; if. 
Aero Club, w. ; R. Victoria Yacht Club, Ryde; R. 
London Yacht Club, Cowes ; E. Cinque Ports Yacht 
Club, Dover. 



Lane, Esq., of 



Charles Carrick, Knt. — Cr. 



ALLSOPP. See Hindlip, Lord. 

ALMACK, Capt. Richard, of Long Melford, 

Suffolk. 

Eldest son of Henry Horn Almack, Esq., J.P., of Long 
Melford, who <i. 1917; b. 1885; m. 1917 Muriel Loraine, 
eldest dau. of Cyril Baldwin Harcourt, Esq., of 
Beekenham, Kent. Capt. Almack, who was educated 
at Eastman's E. Naval School, near Winchester, and 
admitted a Solicitor 19 — , is one of the Solicitors of the 
London- & N.W. Railway Co. and Capt. ret., late 
temp. Capt. R.E.— Xwj^ Melford, Suffolk; R. Cruising 
Club, w. 

l.**^ ' i ALSTON, Alexander Rowland, Esq., F.R.G.S 
of The Tofte, Bedfordshire. 
Eldest son of Sir Francis Beilby Alston, K.C.M.G., 
formerly Cliief Clerk at the Foreign Office, who d. 1906, 
by Emily Louisa Caroline, who d. 1907, eldest dau. of 
the late Bridges Taylor, Esq., formerly H.M.'s Consul at 
Elsinore, Denmark; b. 1863; m. 1898 Muriel Marian 
Beatrice, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Canon Thomas 
Blundell - HoUinshead - Blundell, Rector of Halsall, 
Lancashire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Edward 
Rowland Milles, b. 1902. Mr. Alston, who was edu- 
cated at Eton, is a Magistrate for Bedfordshire 
(High Sheriff 1917).— Z^e Tofte, Sharnbrook, Bed- 
fordshire ; Travellers', and Marlborough Cluhs, s.w. 

ALLIX, Col. Noel Charles Noel, formerly ALSTON, Rowland Crewe, Esq., of Odell 
of Willoughby Hall, Lincolnshire. Castle, Bedfordshire. 

Only son of Frederick William Allix, Esq., J.P. and | Eldest son of Crewe Alston, Esq., of Odell Caatle, 
D.L., of Willoughby Hall, who d. 1894, by Sophia' who d. 1901, by his 1st wife Mary, who d. 1866, 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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eldest dau. of the late Eev. Hugh Sppke, of Dowlie, I 

Wake, Somerset; 4.1852; mj. 1st 1882 Marv Elizabeth, | 

only dau. of the late Richard Alisou Johnson, Esq., i 

J. P., of Woolton House, Lancashire; 2ndly 1916 

Catherine, dau. of the late William McKechnie, Esq., 

of Glasgow, and has, w ith other is.sue, a son, * Rowland ' 

Alison, M.B.E., Capt. 3rd Batt. Northamptonshire 

Eegt.; late Lieut, (on probation) Coldstream Guards; ] 

educated at Eton; 6.1888; m. 1910 Dorothy Mildred, 

elder dan. of the late Charles Guy Pym, Esq., of 

Cffisar's Camp, Bedfordsliire, and has 2 daus. Mr. 

Alston, who was educated at Brighton and at St., r!„^,„„ tr^i T T Tl P 

Peter's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1876), is a Magistrate' AMES, Sir HERBERT BrOWN, Knt., LL.D— L 

for Bedfordshire, Lord of the Manor of Odell, and I9I5. 

Patron of 1 ViTing.— Orlell Castle, near Bedford;] 

Arthur's, and Wellington Clubs, s.-w. I 



(B.A. 1866, M.A. 1867, LL.B. 18—, Hon. LL.D. 
Cambridge 1910), and called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 1873, was Magistrate and Chief Magistrate of 
Calcutta 1878-81 ; M.L.C. Bengal 1878-9 and 1881-3; 
a Member of the Supreme Legislative Council of India 
1883-5, and a Puisne Judge of the High Court of 
Judicature, Bengal, 1890-1904; appointed a Member 
of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council 1909.— 
The Cottage, Graffham,near Petuvrth, Sussex; Eeform 
Club, s.w.'; 2, Cadof/an Place, s.w. 



ALSTON, of Elmdon Hall, Warwicksliire. 

.See iVest. 

ALSTON-ROBERTS-WEST. See West. 

ALT AMON T, Earl of. See under Stigo, Marquess of. 

ALTHAM, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Edward Altham, 
K.O.B., C.M.G.— Or. 1916. 

Younger son of Major William Surtees Altham, late 
83rd Foot, of Timbercombe, Aisholt, Somerset, who d. 
1887, by his 1st wife Henrietta, who d. 1860, 2Ed dau. of 
the late Edward Barrett Moulton- Barrett, Esq., J. P., of 
Hope End, Herefordshire ; *. 1856; m. 1880Georgina 
Emily, younger dau. of William David Nicol, Esq., of 
Inverness. Sir Edward Altham, who was educated at 
Winchester and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a Lieut.-Gen. 
late E. Scots (Lothian Eegt.), of which he is Col. ; 
■was D.A. A.G. N.W. Dist. 1893-6 and at Headquarters 
1897-9 and Aug.-Nov. 1900; A.A.G. S. Africa 1899- 
■ 1900; D.A.Q.M.G. at Headquarters 1900-1 and 
A.Q.M.G. there 1901-4; Col. Gen. St;aff Cape Colony 
Dist. 1906-7; Brigadier-Gen. on the Gen. Staff m 
S. Africa 1907-8; in charge of Administration N. 
Command 1908-10 and S. Command 1911-15, and 
Inspector-Gen. of Communications 1915-16 ; appointed 
Q.M.G. iu India 1917 ; has the Grand Cross of the 
Serbian Order of the White Eagle, 1st Class, with 
Swords, and the Grand Cordon of the Japanese Order 
of the Sacred Treasure.- Sm/a, India; Eotherwood, 
Salisbury; United Service Club, s.w. 



Only son of Evan Fisher Ames, Esq., of Montreal, who 
d. 1895, by Caroline Matilda, dau. of the late Jabez 
M. Brown, Esq., of Montreal ; b. 1863 ; m. 1890 Louise 
Marion, elder dau. of Sir John Kennedy, C.E., of Mon- 
treal. Sir Herbert Ames, who was educated at Montreal 
and at Amherst Coll., Amherst, Massachusetts (B.A. 
1885, LL.D. 1915), is a Knight of Grace of the Order 
of St! John of Jerusalem ; Vice-President of the Ames, 
Holden, McCready Co., Chairman of the Select Standing 
Committee on Banking and Commerce, a Director of 
the Dominion Gresham Guarantee Co., and a Member 
of the Advisory Committee in Canada of the Bank of 
British N. America; was a Member of the firm of 
Ames, Holden & Co. 1885-93 and of the Montreal City 
Council 1898-1906, and for 4 years Chairman of the 
Board of Health, and has been a Member of the 
Canadian House of Commons since 1904 and Hon. 
Secretary of the National Canadian Patriotic Fund 
since vSli.—Druminond Building, Montreal, Canada; 
26, Ontario Ai'enue, Montreal; Mount Royal, and 
University Clubs, Montreal ; Rideau Club, Ottawa. 



AMES, Mrs., of Remenliam Place, Berks. 

Eliza Scott, 6th dau. of the Eev. William Scott 
Eobinson, Eector of Dyrham, Gloucestershire, who d. 
1875, by Matilda Maxwell, dau. of the late John Innes, 
Esq.'; m. 1863 Charles Herbert Ames, Esq., of Eemen- 
ham ' Place, formerly Madras C.S., who d. 1878, 
leaving with other issue, a son, * William Herbert, 
a J.P. for llfrks and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. T.F. 
Eeserve, late 2/4th Batt. Oxfordshire and Bucking 

I hamshire L.I., T.D. ; h. 1868; m. 1893 Katharme 
Georgiana Caroline, dau. of Capt. Arthur Broome, of 

' Eemenham Lodge, Berks, and has, with 2 daus., a son, 
* William jU-thur Eoger, Lieut. Oxfordshire and Buck- 
inghamshire L.I.; educated at Eton and at theE. Mil. 
Colh, Sandhurst; b. 1898.— Residence: Underwood, 

I Semenham, near Henley-on-Thames. 



ALTHORP, Viscount. See under Spencer, Earl. 

ALTMAN, Lady. i 

MargaretEliza, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Vernon, i ^-^gg jy-^g of Sundram, Ayrshire. 

of Clapham ; ;h. 1869 Sir Albert Joseph Altman, one of I - ' . ■. j- t.,.„ /,i ... i_ 

H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London, and Past Master 
of 3 Livery Cos., who was for 20 years a Member of the 
Common Council of the City of London, and formerly 
Chairman of the Bridge House Estates and othei 
Committees of the City of London, and who was 
or. Knt. 1894 and d. 1912.— 44, Pattisoa Road, 
Sampstead, n.w. 



ALVERSTONE, Viscount {ext.). See Mellor. 

AMCOTTS. See Cracroft. 

AMEER ALI, the Right Hon. SyeD, CLE. 
Fourth son of Syed Saadat Ali, of Mohan, Oudh, who 
d. 1856, by Begum Omdat un-Nissa, who d. 1893, 
dau. of the late Syed Shamsud-din Khan, of Oudh ; b. 
1849; m. 1884 Isabelle Ida, 2nd dau. of the late Henry 
Konstara, Esq., of London. Syed Ameer Ali, who was 
educated at Hooghly Coll. and at Calcutta Univ. 
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Chrystabel Mary, eldest dau. of John Claude Campbell 
Hamilton, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of Sun>lrum, who d. 
1908, by Marion Armstrong, dau. of the late Eev. 
Edward "Charles Evans, Eector of Downham, Essex; 
m. 1908 John Louis Metcalf Ames, Esq., late temp. 
Capt. Northumberland Hussars Yeo., previously Lieut. 
5th Fusiliers.— Eesidence : Thistleyhaugk, Longhorsley 
R.8.O., Northumberland. 

AMES, Mrs., of The Hyde, and Ayot St. 
Lawrence, Hertfordshire. 
Alice Catharine, eldest dau. of Sir Philip John William 
Miles, 2nd Bart., of Leigh Court, Somerset, who d. 
1888, by Frances Elizabeth (who d. 1908, having m. 
2ndly 1904 Dr. John NichoUs, of St. Louis, U.S.A.), 
younoer dau. of Sir David Eoche, 1st Bart., of Carass, 
CO. Limerick; to. 1st 1870 George Duppa, Esq., of 
Holliugbourne, Kent, who d. 1888 ; 2ndly I8S9 Lieut.- 
Col. Gerard Vivian Ames, of The Hyde, a Lieut.-Col. 
ret., late 1st E. Dragoons, who d. 1 899, leaving, with a 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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dau., a son, * Lionel Gerard, Capt. Reserve oi'OflBcers; i 
late Lieut. Grenadier Guards ; b. 1889. Mrs. Ames is 
Patron of 2 livings. — Ayot St. Lawrence, near Wchvyu. ' 

Earl (Hugh Amheest). — Cr. [ 



Df the 



AMHERST. 

1826. 
Only surviving son of William Pitt, 2nd Earl, who d. 
1886, by Gertrude, who d. 189<l, 4th dau. of the late 
Hon. the Eight Rev. Hugh Percy, D.I)., Bishop of 
Carlisle ; b. 1856 ; s. his brother William Archer, 3rd 
Earl, 1910 ; m. 1896 the Hon. Eleanor Clementina St. 
Aubyn, 6th dau. of John. 1st Lord St. Levau. Earl 
Amherst, who was educated at Harrow and at the 

E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Capt. ret., late Coldstream, AMPHLETT, JOHN, Esq., of Clent House, 
Guards, and Hon. Commandant 12th Batt. Kent Vol. Worcestersbire. 

V^.est.—Monlrcal, Seveiioals, Kent; Travellers', and\ Elder and only surviving son of John Amphlett, Esq 
Carlton Clubs, s.w. j.P., of Clent House, who rf. 1918, by Eliza Anne, only 

Heir, bis sou Jeffery John A.roher, Yiscount Holniesdale, n -.i ...t , , -^ , i -r,. -r, ,. r^ - 

" ■" , Oapt. Coldstream Guards ; educated at the R. Mil. 



Eev. Richard Snape, of Bront Eleigh ; 6 
1866 ; m. 1893 Kate Isabella, dau. of the late Lieut.- 
Gen. William Albert Stratton, formerly 6th Eoot, and 
has had, with a dau., *Margaret Isobel Stratton, an 
only son, Gilbert Stratton, Lieut. K.O. Scottish 
Borderers ; b. 1895, and killed in action 1914. Major 
Amos, who was educated at Haileybury and at the 
E. Mil. Coll, Sandhurst, is Capt. ret., late K.O. 
Scottish Borderers, Capt. Reserve of OlRccrs, and 
Capt. and Hon. Major ret., late 3rd Batt. Norfolk 
Regt.—Si. Ms, mtchin, Hertfordshire ; Junior United 
Service Club, s.w. 



Coll., 



b. 1896. 



AMHERST, Alice Dalton, Countess. 

Eldest dau. of Edmund Probyn, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of Huntley Manor, Gloucestershire, who d. 1890, by 
Charlotte Seymour, who d. 1903, 2nd dau. of the late 
John Jones, Esq., of Derry-Ormond, Cardiganshire; 
m. 1st 1878, as his 2nd wife, Ernest Augustus Malet, 
5th Earl of Lisburne, who d. 1888; 2ndly 1889, as 
his 2nd wife, William Archer, 3rd Earl Amherst, who 
d. 1910; 3rdly 1914 Prince Jean Sapieha. — PMs 
Amherst, Harlech, Merionethshire; 12a, Buckingham 
Palace Mansions, Grosvenor Gardens, s.w. 

AMHERST OF HACKNEY, Baroness (Maey 
Rothes Margaret Cecil, O.B.E.).— Cr. 

1892. 

Eldest dau of William Amhurst (Tyssen-Amherst), 
1st Lord, by Margaret Susan, F.R.H.S., a Lady of 
Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, only 
child of the late Adm. Robert Mitford, ofMitford Castle, 
Northumberland, and of Hunmanby Hall, Yorkshire ; 
s. under a special remainder 1909 ; m. 1885 Lord 
William Cecil, C.V.O. (3rd son of William Alleyne, 
3rd Marquis of Exeter). Baroness Amherst of Hackney 
is a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusa- 
lem, and Patron of 4 livings. — Foulden, Norfolk; 
Stowlangtoft Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk; Lou 
Castiu, Valescure, Var, France ; 6, Onslow Houses, s.w. 
HHr, her grandson William Alexander Everiug, elder son 
of Oapt. William Amhorst Cecil, M.C., Grenadier G uards, 
who d. (killed in action) 1914, by Gladys, only child of 
Henry Charles Baggallay, Esq., of Heatherhurst Grange 
Surrey ~; 6. 1912. 

AMORY, Sir Ian Murray HEATHCOAT-, ; 

Bart., C.B.E., of Knightshayes Court,] 

Devonshire. -Cr. 1874. | 

Second and eldest surviving son of Sir John Heathcoat ' 

Heathcoat-Amory, 1st Bart., by Henrietta Mary, only | 

dau. of the late William Unwiu, Esq. ; b. 1865 ; s. ; 

1914; m. 1893 Alexandra Georgina, eldest dau. of! 

the late Vice- Adm. George Henry Seymour, C.B., of 

Barwick House, Norfolk. Sir Ian Heathcoat-Aniory, 

who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, 

is a J.P. and D.L. for Devonshire and a J.P. for 

Tiverton. — Knightshayes Court, Tiverton, Devonshire ; 

Brooks's Club, s.w. 

Ueir 



AMOS, Major Herbert Gilbert Macla'chlan, 
D.S.O., of St. Ibbs, Hertfordshire. 

Son of the Rev. James Amos, of St. Ibbs, who d. 
1896, by his 1st wife Frances Karr, -who d, 1873, dau. 



child of the late Edward Biven Baylie, Esq., of Clent, 
Stourbridge ; h. 1872; m. 1915 Floi-ence Kate. 2nd dau. 
of the late John Yorke, Esq., of Harefield, Wilts, and 
has a son, *John, b. 1917. Mr. Amphlett, who was 
educated privately, is a Magistrate for Worcestershire. 
—Clent Hon " " ■ - 



■irbridge, Worcestershire. 



AMPHLETT, [His Honour Judge] Richard 
HoLMDEN, K.C., of Wychbold Hall, Wor- 
cestershire. 

Elder son of Samuel Holmden Amphlett, Esq., who d. 
1857 (by Mary Georgiana, who d. 1880, dau. of the 
late George Edward Male, Esq.), and nephew of the 
late Eight Hon. Sir Richard Paul Amphlett, of Wych- 
bold Hall; b. 1847; m. 1877 Sophy Emily, 2nd dau. 
of the late John Shapter, Esq., Q.C, and has had, 
with other issue, Richard Ferrand (eldest son), Lieut, 
(on probation) 8th Batt., previously Lieut. 2nd Vol. 
Batt. Worcestershire Regt. ; b. 1879; m. 1907 Mary 
Blackford, dau. of Fielding Lewis Marshall, Esq., and 
d. (killed in action) 1917, leaving, with other issue, a 
son, * Richard Marshall, h. 1913. Judge Amphlett, 
■who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873), called to the Bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1871, appointed a Q.C. 1896, andelected 
a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1903, is a Magistrate and 
Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Worcester- 
shire, and was Recorder of Worcester 1892-1908; 
appointed a Judge of County Courts 1908. — Wychbold 
Hall, Droitioich. 

AMPTHILL, Lord (Oliver Arthur Villiees 
Russell, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E.).— Cr. 1881. 

Eldest sou of Odo William Leopold, 1st Lord, some 
time Ambassador at Berlin, by Lady Emily Theresa, 
3rd dau. of George William Frederick, 4th Earl 
of Clarendon; b. 1869; s. 1884; m. 1894 Lady 
Margaret Lygon, G.B.E., C.I., a Lady of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who has been a Lady 
of the Bedchamber to H.M. Queen Mary since 1911, 
3rd dau. of Frederick, 6th Earl Beauchamp. Lord 
Ampthill, who was educated at Eton and at New Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1892, M.A. 1900), is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Bedfordshire, Brevet Col., late temp. Lieut.- Col. Comm. 
a Service Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., previously Comm. 
a Labour Batt. Leicestershire Regt., and Lieut.-Col. 
late Comm. 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt.; formerly 
Lieut. 1st R. Devon Yeo. Cav. ; was Governor of 
Madras 1900-5, Viceroy and Governor-Gen. of India 
{ad interim) 1904, and an A.Q.M.G. \^\7~n.— 0akUy 
House, Bedford. Residence : Milton Ernest Hall, 
Bedford ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 65, Ennismore Gardens, 



Heir, his son Johu Hugo, Lieut. E.: 

Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dartmouth : h. 1800 ; m. 1918 
Ohi-istabel Hulme, vuuugest dau. of the late Lie'lt.-Ool. 
Jolm Hart, Lclnster Eegc. 

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ANCASTER, Earl of (Gilbert Heathcote- [ 

Deummond-Willooghbt). — Or. 1892. 

Eldest son of Gilbert Henry, 1st Earl, P.C., Ijy Lady 

Evelyn Elizabeth (of Normanton Park, Rutland), 2nd 

dau. of Charles, 10th Marquess of Huntly ; b. 1867; 

1910 ; m. 1905 Eloise, elder dau. of the late W. L. 

of New York, U.S.A. The Earl of 



K.C.B. 1901 and d. 1918. Lady Agnes And 
roceived a patent of preceden 



I, Linden Gardens, w. 



Aau. of an Earl 



Esq., 
r, wh 



Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1893), and wasM.P. 
for the Horncastle Div. of Lincolnshire 1894-Dee. 
1910, is Joint Hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain 
of England, a D.L. for Perthshire, a J.P. for Lincoln- 
shire and for Rutland, Lieut-Col. T.F. Reserve, late 
Coram. Lincolnshire Yeo., T.D., Hon. Commandant 
Lincolnshire Vol. Regt., and Patron of 23 livings. — 
Grimsthorpe Castle, Bourne ; Brmnmond Castle, Crieff, 
Perthshire: Carlton Club, B.w.; Turf Club, yi.; Eresby 
House, Jutland Gate, s.w. 

Heir, his son Gilbert. James, Lord Willougliby de Eresby, 
b. 1907. 

ANCKETILL,AMYATT"W"iLLiAM,Esq.,ofQuiLitin 

Castle, CO. Down. 
Eldest son of William Robert Ancketill, Esq., J. P., of 
Quintin Castle, who d. 1889, by Madelina Selina, who 
d. 1878, younger dau. of the late David Ker, Esq., M.P., 
of Portavo, and Montalto, co. Down; b. 1853; late 
Lieut. 83rd Regt. — Quintin Castle, Portaferry, co. 
Down. 

Cu-heireises Pres., his sisters Constance and Ada, 

ANCKETILL, Reginald, Esq., of Killyfaddy, 
CO. Tyrone. 
Eldest son of Fitz-Ameline Maxwell Ancketill, Esq., 
of Killyfaddy, who d. 1905, by Laura Valetta, who 
d. 1907, 2nd dau. and co-heiress of the late Henry 
Ranking, Esq., of Bathford, Somerset; h. 1861. Mr. 
Ancketill is Lord of the Manor of Killyfaddy.^ 
Killyfaddy, Clogher, co. Tyrone. 

ANCKETILL, William, Esq., of Ancketill's 
Grove, CO. Monaghan. 

Elder surviving son of Matthew John Anketell, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Ancketill's Grove (who was High 
Sheriif in 1853, and d. 1870), by Catherine Anne 
Prances, who d. 1887, elder dau. of the late David 
Ker, Esq., M.P., of Portavo, and Montalto, co. Down ; 
b. 1851; s. his brother Matthew David 1872; 
1875 Jean Laing, dau. of the late Robert Falkner, Esq., 
of Broughton Park, Lancashire, and had issue Olive 
Maud, m. 1st 1901 Reginald George Petre AVymer, 
Esq., late Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; 2udly 
1 907 Michael Linning Henry Melville, Esq., Barrister- 
at-Law, and d. 1909, leaving, by her 1st marriage, £ 
dau., Lovice Vivian Petre and by her 2nd marriagi 
a dau., Monica Agues Ancketill. Mr. Ancketill, who 
assumed that surname in lieu of Anketell in 1874, 
is a D.L. for co. Monaghan (was on the roll for Higl: 
Sheriff for 1877); late Lieut. R. Tyrone Fusiliers.— 
Ancketill's Grove, Emy-vale, co. Monaghan. 

ANDERDON. See Murray-Anderdon. 

ANDERSON, Lady Agnes Alexandeina. 

Elder dau. of Ponsonby Arthur Moore, Esq., who d. 
1871 (by Augusta .Sophia, who d. 1903, youngest 
dau. of the late Gen. the Hon. William Henry 
Gardner), and sister of Ponsonby William, 9th Earl of 
Drogheda ; m. 1873 Sir Robert Anderson, li.C." 
LL.U., a Earrister-at-Law, and a J.P. for the co. of 
London, who was Assistant Commissioner of the 
Metropolitan Police and Head of the Criminal Investi- 
gation Department 1888-1901, and who was cr 
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ANDERSON, Sir Robeet, Bart.— Cr. 1911. 

Son of James ^nderson, of Corbofin, co. Monaghan, who 
d. 18S4, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Andrew Ker; 
b. 1837; m. 1890 Wilhelmina, dau. of the late Rev. 
Andrew Long, of Monreagh, co. Donegal. Sir Robert 
Anderson is a J.P. for co. Antrim and for the city of 
Belfast (High Sheriff 1903 and Lord Mayor 1908 and 
1909), was High Slieriff of co. Monaghan 1911, and 
formerly a Member of the Corporation of Belfast. — 
Parkmount, Shore Eoad, Belfast ; Mullaghmorc House, 
Monaghan. 

ANDERSON, Sir Kenneth Skelton, Bart., 
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1919. 

Fourth son of James Anderson, Esq., of Frognal Park, 
Hampstead, and of Hilton House, Aberdeen, who d. 
1897, by Eliza, dau. of the late Surgeon.-Gen. John Mur- 
ray ; b. 1866 ; m. 1894 Louisa Mary, 4th dau. of the late 
James Cochran Stevenson, Esq., M.P., of Westoe, co. 
Durham. Sir Kenneth Anderson, who was educated at 
Harrow and at New Coll., Oxford, is a Managing 
Director of the Orient Co., and a Director of the Equit- 
able Life Assurance Society, of the Bank of Adelaide, 
and of Messrs. Anderson, Green & Co. Ltd., Ship- 
owners and Shipbrokers. — Union Club, s.w. ; City of 
London Club, e.g. ; Stamford House, Wimbledon 
Common, s.w. ; Ardtaraig, Argyll. 
Heir, his son Hew Skelton, b. 1900. 

ANDERSON, , Lady. 

Dau. of ; m. 18— Sir John Anderson, G.C.M.G., 

K.C.B., LL.D., who was Principal Clerk in the Colonial 
Office 1897-1904, Governor and Commander-in-Chief 
of the Straits Settlements and High Commissioner of 
tlie Federated Malay States 1904-11, High Commis- 
sioner of the Protected State of Brunei, and British 
Agent for the States of North Borneo and Sarawak 
1906—11, Permanent Under Secretary of State for the 
Colonies and Secretary of the Orderof St. Michael and 
St, George 1911-16, and Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief of Ceylon 1916-18, and who was cr. K.O.M.G. 
1901, G.C.M.G. 1909, K.C.B. 1913 and d. 1918.— 80, 
Christchurch Road, Tulse Hill, Surrey. 

ANDERSON, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Charles 
Alexandee, K.C.B.— Cr. 1915. 

Second son of the late Surgeon-Major Robert Carew 
Anderson, M.D., Deputy Inspector-Gen. of Hospitals 
and Fleets, by Jane Wallis, only dau. of tbe late 
Rev. Henry Bolton, M.A., Vicar of Dysart, Queen's 
Co.; i. 1857; »!. 1893 Ellen Katherine, younger dau. 
of the late George Bevan Russell, Esq., M.D. Sir 
Charles Anderson, who was educated at the R. 
Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a Lieut.-Gen., late 
R.A. and Col. Commandant R.A. ; was A.A.G. India 
1900-1 and at Headquarters, Punjab, 1901-6, in com- 
mand of the Peshawar Brigade 1906-8, of the Dei-ajat 
Brigade 1908-10, of the troops in S. China and Hong 
Kong 1910-13, and of the (Meerut 7th) Div., N.Army 
in India, 1913-15; appointed Gen. Officer Coram. 
Southern Command, India, 1917. 

ANDERSON. Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.) Sir 
Robert Mueeat McCheyne, K.C.M.G. — 
Cr. 1917. 

Second son of Robert Anderson, Esq., of Sydney, 
N.S.W., who d. 1909, by Margaret, who d. 1906, dau. 
of the late Charles Hewson, Esq., of Goodwood, Sussex; 
h. 1867; m. 1892 Jean Cairns, dau. of the late Robert 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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Amos, Esq. Sir Eobert Anderson is Col. and temp. 
Brigadier-Gen. Australian Commonwealth Forces ; has 
the Order of the Nile, 2nd Class ; w.ns D.Q.M.G. in 
Egypt 1916, and subsequently in London 1016, and 
Commandant Australian Headquarters in London 
1916-17- — Tolcarne, Lindfield, Sydney, New South 
Wales ; Union Club, Sydney. 

ANDERSON, Sir Alan Garrett, K.B.E.— 
Cr. 1917. 

Only son of James George Skelton Anderson, Esq., of 
London and Aldeburgh, who d. 1907, by Elizabeth 
Garrett, M.D., who d. 1917, dau. of the late Newson 
Garrett, Esq., of Aldeburgh; b. 1877 ; m. 1903 Muriel 
Ivy, dau. of George William Duncan, Esq., of Richmond. 
Sir Alan Anderson, who was educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Coll., Oxford, is one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the 
City of London and a Comm. of the Italian Order of 
the Crown, and was formerly Vice-chairman of the 
AVheat Commission, Controller at the Admiralty 
1917-18 and Vice-Chairman of the Food Council 
1918-19; appointed an Additional Member of the 
R. Commission on Sugar Supply 1918. — Carlton, and 
Union Clubs, s.w. ; Cil^ of London Club, e.c. ; 19, 
Craven Hill, w. 

ANDERSON, ]\Iary Dora Somerville, Lady. 

Dau. of the late S. J. Clutsam, Esq., M.D. ; ?«. 1871 
Sir William John Anderson, who was Chief Justice 
of Turks and Caicos Islands 1874-86, of British 
Honduras 1890-1900, and of Trinidad and Tobago 
1900-3, and who was cr. Knt. 1896 and d. 1908.— 
Belize, British Honduras. 

ANDERSON, Sir RobEUT Rowand, Knt... 

LL.D., H.R.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., F.R.S.E.— 

Cr. 1902. 
Son of the late James Anderson, Solicitor, Edinbiu-gh, 
by Margaret Rowand, of Govau; b. 1834; m. 1863 
Mary, dau. of Henry Ross, Esq., of Kiunahaird, Ross- 
shire. Educated at Edinburgh ; is a well-known 
Architect. — Allermuir House, Colinton, N.B.; 16, 
Butlatid Square, Edinburgh ; B. Societies' Club, s.w. ; 
Scottish Conservative Club, Edinburgh. 

ANDERSON, Sir George, Knt.— Cr. 1905. 

Youngest son of John Anderson, Esq., of Fraserburgh, 
Aberdeenshire, who d. 1868, by Jean, who d. 1882, 
dau. of the late Alexander Lunan, Esq., of Fraser- 
burgh; *. 1845; m. 1870 Mary, youngest dau. of 
Alexander Anderson, Esq., of London. Sir George 
Anderson, who was educated at Fraserburgh, was for 
some years Gen. Manager of the North of Scotland Bank, 
President of the Institute of Bankers in Scotland 
1903-7, and Treasurer of the Bank of Scotland 
ISdS-im. —Beechmoimt, Murrayfield, Midlothian. I 

ANDERSON, Margaret Richardson, Lady. 

Dau. of Alexander Ronaldson, Merchant, Glasgow; m. 
1864 Sir Thomas McCall Anderson, M.D., who was 
Professor of Clinical Medicine, Glasgow Univ., 
1874-1900, Examiner in Medicine and Pathology for 
the British and Indian Medical Services 1897-1901, 
Regius Professor of Medicine, Glasgow Univ.' 
1900-8, the Representative of the Univ. on the 
Gen. Medical Council 1903-8, Senior Physician of the 
Western Infirmary of Glasgow, and an Hon. Physician j 
to H.M.King Edward VII. in Scotland 1907-8, and' 
who was cr. Knt. 1905 and d. 1908. j 

ANDERSON, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1912. 

Son of John Anderson, Esq., of Rothesay, Buteshire • 
b. 1852 ; m. 1901 Winifred Ethel Dunbar-Pope, dau. 1 



of John Billing Pope, Esq. Sir John Anderson was an 
Unofficial M.L.C. Straits Settlements 188G-8 and 
1905-9 and is a Member of the firm of Guthrie & Co. 
Ltd., East India Merchants, of Singapore and London, 
and Consul-Gen. for Siam in London ; appointed 2nd 
Secretary to the Ministry of Health \9l9.—Eastcote 
Place, near Pinner, Middlesex ; Bath Club, w. ; City 
Carlton Club, e.c. ; 5, Whiitington Avenue, E.c. 

ANDERSON, Sir William Maurice Abbot, 
Knt., M.V.O., M.B.— Cr. 1912. 

Son of Major-Gen. Edward Abbot Anderson, formerly 
18th Foot, who d. 1903, by Lavinia, who d. 1916, 

dau. of the late ; b. 1861; m. 1898 Maude, dau. 

of William Thomas Shaw, Esq. Sir William Ander- 
son, who was educated at Univ. Coll., London, and at 
Durham Univ. (M.B. and B.S. 1886, M.R.C.S. 1887), 
was formerly House Physician to Univ. Coll. Hospital, 
London ; Assistant House Surgeon Shropshire Infirmary, 
and Clinical Assistant to the Hospital for diseases of 
the throat, Golden Square, and is Medical Referee to 
the Law, Union and Rock, and The Edinburgh Life 
Assiu-auce Cos. ; a Member of the British Laryngo- 
logical Association ; a Fellow of tlie Medical Society 
of London, and Siu'geon to H.R.H. Princess Louise 
Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, Duchess of Fife (Princess 
Royal) and to H.R.H.'s Household. — Junior Carlton 
Club, s.w. ; 36, Harley Street, w. 

-t-ANDERSON, Sir Robert Newton, Knt.— 
Cr. 1918. 

Son of the late James Anderson, Esq., of Gortecar 
House, CO. Fermanagh; b. 1871; in. 1903 Lily E., 
dau. of Henry Elliott Smith, Esq., of Dublin. Sir 
Robert Anderson is a Manufacturer and an Aid. of 
Londonderry (Lord Mayor 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 
and 1919); was a Member of the Irish Convention 
1917-18. — Victoria Park, Londonderry; Northern 
Counties' Club, Londonderry. 

ANDERSON, Sir Arthur Robert, Knt., 
CLE., C.B.E.— Cr. 1918. 
Son of James .\nderson, Esq., of Auchendarroch, Argyll- 
shire, who d. 1880; b. 1860; ;«,. 1891 Gertrude, who 
d. 1903, dau. of the late James Denholm Eraser, Esq., 
J.P., of Tiverton, Devonshire. Sir Arthur Anderson, 
who was educated at Glasgow Academy and Univ., is 
a Civil Engineer ; was Chief Engineer S. Mahratta 
Railway 1897-1908; Gen. Manager Madras and S. 
Mahratta Railway 1908-14 and a Member of the 
Railway Board, Governm.ent of India, 1914-17 ; 
appointed a Member of the Indian Munitions Board 
1917 and President of the Railway Board 1919.— 
Battslcy, Simla, India ; Caledonian Club, s.w. ; United 
Service Club, Simla. 

ANDERSON, Capt. David Murray, of Bour- 
house, Haddingtonshire. 
Elder son of James Warren Hastings Anderson, Esq., of 
Bourhouse, late 69th and 87th Rcgts., and Hon. Col. 1st 
Haddingtonshire Volunteers, whorf. 1896, by Christina, 
who d. 1902, elder dau. of the late Thomas Shairp 
Mitchell-Innes, Esq., of Phantassie, Haddingtonshire ; 
b. 1867 ; m. 1908 Alice Helen Mary, dau. of the late 
Rev. Edward Cheese, Rector of Haughton-le-Skerne, 
CO. Durham. Capt. Anderson, who was educated at 
Wellington Coll., was formerly a Capt. 8th Hussars. — 
Bourhouse, Haddingtonshire. 

ANDERSON, George, Esq., of Little Harle 

Tower, Northumberland. 

Eldest son of Thom.as Anderson, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 

of Little Harle Tower, who d. 1872, by Emily, dau. of 

the late Rev. John Fisher; b. 1843; 7n. 1885 Alice 

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Mildred,' 3rd dau. of the late Cadogan Hodgson- | 
Cadogan, Esq., of Brinkburn Priory, Northumberland, i 
and has, -with other issue, a son, * George Denis, | 
temp. Lieut, R.A.; late Lieut. 1st Northumbrian 
Brigade, R.F A., Territurial Force; called to the Bar j 
at the Inner Temple 1912; educated at Eton and at 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1908) ; b. 1885. Mr. Anderson, 
who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford i 
(B.A. 1868, M.A. 1869), and called to the Bar at the ' 
Inner Temple 1872, is a J.P. and D.L. for North- 
umberland (High Sheriff n%&).— Little Hark Tower, 
Kewcastlc-on-Tyne. 

ANDERSON, Mrs., of Ballymountain, co. Kil- 
kenny. 
Margaret Winifred, youngest dau. of Nicholas Alfred 
Power, Esq., J.P.,ofBellevueHouse,co. Kilkenny, who 
d. 1905, by Margaret Jane, who d. 1893, dau. and 
heiress of the late Major Cane, 5th Dragoon Guards ; 
m. 1880 Alexander Carew Anderson, Esq., of Bally- 
mountain, a J.P. for co. Kilkenny, who rf. 1918, leaving, 
with other issue, an only son, *Paul Alexander, educated 
at Malvern and at the Central Technical Coll., London ; 
b. 1883. — Ballymountain, Ferrybank, Waterford. 

ANDERSON, RoPEEt Darnlet, Esq., of 
Waverley Abbey, Surrey. 
Eldest surviving son of Thomas Darnley Anderson, 
Esq., of Waverley Abbey, who d. 1876, by Dorothy, ; 
who d. 1899, dau. of Charles Horsfall, Esq. ; b. 1859 ; ' 
m. 1889 Amy Douglas Knyveton, O.B.E., dau. of the j 
late Eev. Prebendary Edward Harland, of Colwich, 
and has a son, * Rupert Darnley Swithun, b. 1900. Mr. 
.Anderson is a J.P. and D.L. for Surrey, a J.P. for 
Staffordshire and Major Territorial Force Reserve. — 
Waverley Abbey, Farnham ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. I 

ANDERSON, Thomas "Willum, Esq., of Grace 
Dieu, CO. Waterford. 
Elder surviving son of James Anderson, Esq., J.P., of 
Grace Dieu, who d. 1867, by Margaret, dau. of the late | 
Robert Thomas Carew, Esq., of Ballinamona Park, co. I 
W.aterford ; h. 1852 ; m. 1st 1879 Constance Agnes Jane, j 
whoa'. 1881, youngest dau. of the late Very Rev. Anthony j 
La ToucheKirwan, Dean of Limerick; 2ndly 1907 Ellen I 
Carew, dau. of the above-mentioned Very Rev. Anthony [ 
La Touche Kirwan, and has, by his 1st marriage 
a dau., * Susan Alice. Mr. Anderson, who was 
educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1876), if 
a J.P. for CO. Kilkenny and a J.P. and D.L. for oo 
Waterford (High Sheriir 1885).— Grace Dieu, Water 
ford ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 



Reserve of Officers, and Patron of 1 living ; was temp. 
Deputy Assistant Director of Remounts, Northern 
Command, 1913-15 and a Staff Capt. 1915; appointed 
Superintendent Remount Service and subsequently a 
temp. Deputy Assistant Director of Remounts 1916. — 
Boodle's Club, s.w. 



ANDERSON-PELHAM. See Yarborough. 



of 



ANDERSON, of Lochdhu, Nairnshire. See 

Stewart. 

ANDERSON. See Boston, Lord; and Dimcombe- 
Anderson. 

ANDERSON-MORSHEAD. See Morshead. 

ANDERSON-PELHAM, Capt. Cecil Heney, 
O.B.E., of St. Laurence, Isle of Wight. 

Eldest son of the Hon. Evelyn Cornwallis Anderson- 
Pelham, who d. 1908, by Harriet Frances, who d. 1913, 
youngest dau. of the late Rev. George Thomas Hutton, 
Rector of Gate Burton, Lincolnshire; b. 1874 ; m. 1902 
the Hon. Georgina Hamilton, 2nd dau. of Ion Trant, 
iBt Lord Holm Patrick, P.O. Capt. Anderson-Pelham, 
who was educated at Haileybury, and was formerly 
Lieut. 12th Lancers and Capt. and Hon. Major 
Horthamptonshiie Yeo., is Capt. and temp. Major 



ANDERTON, Wilfkid Peancis, Esq 
Haighton, Lancashire. 
Younge.st son of James Francis Andei-ton, Esq., of 
Haighton, who d. 1853, by Mary, dau. of the l;iti> 
James Sidgreaves, Esq. ; *. 184i ; m. 1st 1870 MiMinl 
Walburga, who d. 1876, youngest dau. of the late Henry 
Tempest, Esq.; 2ndly 1880 Mary Louisa Frances, only 
dau. of the late Joseph Francis Tempest, Esq., and has 
by the former, with other issue, *Angilbert Wilfrid 
Tempest, b. 1871. Mr. Anderton, who was educated at 
Stonyhurst Coll., is a Magistrate for Lancashire. — 
Haighton, Preston. 

ANDERTON, Major William Aethue Ince, of 
Euxton Hall, Lancashire. 
Elder son of William Michael Ince Anderton, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Euxton Hall, who d. 1884, by his 
1st wife Lady Emma Frances Marv, who d. 1866, 2nd 
dau. of Arthur James, 9th Earl of Fingall ; b. 1855 ; 
m. 1887 Winifred Ida, dau. of the late Capt. H. 
Johnstone, J.P., of Barnard Castle, Yorkshire. Major 
Anderton is a J.P. for Lancashire, Major ret. late 
Grenadier Guards, and Lieut.-Col. and Supervising 

' Officer Territorial Force Reserve, in command of the 
troops in the Isle of Man. — Euxton Hall, Chorley. 

ANDOE, Lady. 

Beatriee Ruperta, youngest dau. of Thomas Bromley, 
Esq., who d. 1903. by his 2nd wife Clara Fitzroy, 
who d. 1869. dau. of the late Righc Hon. Fitzroy Kelly, 
Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and widow of 
Capt. John Green Paley; in. 1880 Sir Hilary Gustavus 
Andoe, an Adm. ret., wlio was Rear-Adm. Superin- 
tendent of Chatham Dockyard 1895-9, and who was 
cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1905. — Ashe, Ashburton, 
Devonshire. 

+ ANDREWES UTHWATT, Thomas, Esq., of 
Middleton-on-the-Hill, Herefordshire ; and 
of The Manor, Maids-Moreton, Bucking- 
hamshire. 
Only son of the Rev. Eusebius Andrewes Uthwatt, of 
Middleton-on-the-Hill, and of The White House, Buck- 
inghamshire, who d. 1891, by Lucy, who!?. 1871, dau. 
and co-heiress of the late Rev. James Long Hutton 
Long, of Maids-Moreton, Buckinghamshire; b. 1846; 
s. his cousin Miss Mary Henrietta Turner Hutton 
Andrewes Andrewes, at The Manor, Maids-Moreton, 
1916; m. 1875 Ann, dau. of the late Samuel Hazlitt, 
Esq., of Donegal, and has, with other issue, a son, 
*Eusebius Andrewes (Andrewes), Major Northampton- 
shire Yeo. ; late Lieut. 6th Batt. Northumberland 
■ Fusiliers; b. 1875. Mr. Andrewes Uthwatt, who was 
educated at Rugby, is Lord of the Manor of Maids- 
Moreton and Patron of 2 livings. 

ANDREWES UTHWATT, William Francis 
Edolph, Esq., of Great Linford Place, 
Buckinghamshire. 

Eldest son of Edolph Andrewes Uthwatt, Esq., of Great 
Linford Place, who d. 1883, by Anna Maria, dau. of 
the late Rev. Thomas Craddock Glascott, Rector of 
Rodborough, Gloucestershire; b. 1870; m. 1898 
Catherine Jane, 4th dau. of the late John Augustus 



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yheil Bouverie, Esq., of Delapr^ Abbey, Northamptou- 
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * William 
Enpert Edolph Andrewes. Lieut. The Black AVatch 
(R. Highlanders); educated at the B. Mil. Coll., 
Sandhurst ; b. 1 898. Mr. Andrewes Uthwatt, -B-ho 
•was educated at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge, is Lord 
of the Manor of Great Liuford.— Great Linford Place, \ 
Newport Fagnell, Buckinghamshire. \ 

ANDREWS,theRigbfc Hon. William Drbnnan,' 
LL.D. 

Second son of John Andrews, Esq., J.P., of Comber, co. 
Down, -who </. 1864, by Sarah, who <Z. 1902, only dau. of 
the late Dr. William Drennan, of Cabin Hill, co. Down ; 
b. 1832; m. 1857 Eliza, who d. 1901, dau. of the late 
John Galloway, Esq., of Monkstown, co. Dublin. Mr. ^ 
Andrews, who was educated at the R. Belfast Aca- 
demical Institution and at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. I 
IS.il, LL D. 1860), called to the Bar at King's Inns, 
Dublin, 1855, appointed a Q.C. 1872, and elected 
an .Hon. Bencher of King's Inns 1910, was a Judge of' 
the High Court of Justice in Ireland 1882 1909.— ; 
51, Lower Leeson Street. ViMiii. 

ANDREWS, Hugh, Esq., of Toddiugton 
Manor, Gloucestershire. 
Son of Hugh Andrews, Esq., of Fortview, co. Antrim ; 
b. 18— ; m. 18— Isabel, eldest dau. of the late John 
Sowerby, Esq., of Benwell Tower, Northumberland. 
Mr. Andrews is a J. P. and D.L. for Northumberland 
(High Sheriff 1901), a Magistrate fur Gloucester.shire, 
and Patron of 2 livings. — Toddinffton Manor, Tod- I 
dington, Gloucestershire: White's Cluh,s.yi.; li. Aero\ 
Club, w. ; if. Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; 1 8, Rutland \ 
Court, Rutland Gardens, s.w. 

ANDREWS, the Rev. Lancelot William Hale, j 
of Hedley House, Suffolk. | 

Only surviving sou of the Kev. WiUiam Hale Andrews, 
of Hedley House, Carltou Colville, who d. 1901, by , 
Louisa Sophia, who d. 1905, dau. of the late Rev. 1 
Edward Jermyn, M.A., Rector of Carlton Colville ; , 
b. 1853. Mr. Andrews, who was educated at Ipswich 
School and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1875, M.A. 
1880), and was formerly Rector of Lammas, Norfolk, 
and of Rushmere, Suffolk, is Patron of Carlton Col- 
ville. — Hedley House, Carlton Colville, Lowestoft. 

ANDREWS, Mrs., of Ardara, co. Down. 

Eliza, only dau. of James Alexander Pirrie, Esq., of 
Little Clandeboye, Conlig, co. Down, who d. 18-18, by 
Eliza, who d. 1894, 4th dau. of the late Alexander 
Montgomery, Esq., of Killead, co. Antrim; m. 1870 
the Right Hon. Thomas Andrews, of. Ardara, a D.L. 
for CO. Down (High Sheriff 1912) and Chairman of 
John Andrews & Co. Ltd., Flax Spinners, of the ^ 
Down C.C. and of the Belfast and co. Down Railway | 
Co., who d. 1916, leaving, with other Issue, a son, | 
»Jolin Miller, Chairman of John Andrews & Co. Ltd., j 
a Director of the Belfast and co. Down Railway Co.,' 
and a D.L. and C.C. for co. Down ; educated at the R. 
Academical Institution, Belfast; b. 1871; »'. 1902 
Jessie, eldest dau. of Joseph Ormrod, Esq., of More- 
lands, Heaton, Lancashire, and has, with other issue, a , 
son, *John Lawson Ormrod, b. 1903. — Ardara, Comber, 
CO. Doion. 

ANDREWS, Surgeon Capt. Octavius William, 
C.B.B., of St. Briavel's House, Glouces- 
tershire. 
Elder son of Henry Charles Andrews, Esq., M.D., who 
d. 1 892, by Louisa Augusta, who rf. 1891, dau. of the late 
John Lord, Esq., of Calcutta, and formerly of Pembroke- 
shire; b. 1865; m. 1894 Florence Augusta Howard, 



younger dau. of the late Augustus Minchin Ferrar, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Torwood, Belfast, and has, with other 
issue, a sou, * Gyles Antony Owen, b. 1909. Surgeon 
Capt. Andrews, who was educated at Durham Univ. 
(M.B. 1887, B.S. 1888, D.P.H. Cambridge 1897), is 
Surgeon Capt. ret., R.N.— Si. Briavel's House, St. 
Briavel's S.O., Gloucestershire. 

ANDREWS. See StratfordlAndrcws. 

ANGAS, Mrs. See Carrol. 

ANGERS, Lady. 

Emilie, dau. of the late Alexander Le Moiue, Esq., 
Notary, of Quebec ; m. 1890, as his 2nd wife, the Hon. 
Sir Auguste Real Angers, K.C., LL.D., a P.C. and a 
K.C. Canada, and a Knight Grand Cross of the Order 
of St. Gregory the Great, wlio was M.L.A. Quebec 
1874-8 ; Solicitor-Gen. 1874-6 ; Leader of the 
Upper House 1875-8; Attorney-Gen. 1876-8; a 
Puisne Judge of the High Court ; Lieut. -Governor 
1887; Senator and Minister of Agriculture, Canada, 
1892-5, and President of the Council 1896, and who 
was cr. Knt. 1913, and d. 1919. — Wcstmount, luar Mon- 
treal ; 35, St. James's Street, Montreal. 

ANGIER, Sir Theodore Vivian Samuel, Kut. 
— Cr. 1904. 
Son of Samuel Haynes Angier, of London, who d. 1869, 
by Eliza Ann, who d. 1863, dau. of the late Capt. Morton, 
of Holderness, Yorkshire; b. 1843; m. 1897 Lilian 
M.-uid,2nd dau. of the late Edmund Routledge,of London. 
Sir Theodore Angier, who was educated at Rossall and 
at King's Coll., London, and was formerly a Steamship 
owner, is a prominent and one of the oldest Members 
of the Baltic Exchange; has held many offices in the 
Chamber of Shipping (President 1895), and Shipping 
Federation ; late Lieut. E. Naval Vol. Reserve, 
previously Capt. Middlesex Yeo. Cav. — Casa Mare, 
Mentone, Alpcs Maritimes, France ; Bath Club, w. ; 
Ranilagh Club, s.w. 

ANGLESEY, Marquis of (Charles Henry 
Alexander Paget). — Cr. 1815. 

Elder son of Lord Alexander A'ictor Paget (3rd son of 
the 2nd Marquis), who d. 1896, by the Hon. Hester 
Alice, 2nd dau. of the 2nd Viscount Combermere ; b. 
1885; s. his cousin Henry Cyril, 5th Marquis, 1905; 
m. 1912 Lady Victoria Mai-jorie Harriet Manners, 
eldest dau. of Henry John Brinsley, 8th Duke of Rut- 
land, and has 3 dans. The Marquis of Anglesey, who 
was educated at Eton and at the E. Mil. Coll.," Sand- 
hurst, was formerly Lieut. R. Horse Guards, and Mayor 
of Burton-on.Trent 1912, and is Capt. Reserve of 
Officers, an A.D.C. and Patron of 4 livings; was an 
Extra A.D.C. 1915-16 and an Assistant Mil. Secretary 
1916-18 ; has the Order of the Nilr, 1th CUss.— Beau 
Desert, Ruqelc;/, Staffordshin . rid^-Xtin/dd, Llan- 
fair P. G.,' Anglesey ; Bachclur^' Club, w. ; Carlton 
Club,a.-w.; R.' Yacht Souad run, Cowes. 

//«'!■ /'/•«., his brother Lord Victor WiUiam, Lieut. Reserve 
of Officers ; late temp. Capt. R. Horse Guards, Reserve 
Regc. ; previously Lieut. R. Horse Guards ; was an Assist- 
ant Mil. Lauding OlEcer, with the temp, rank of Oapt., 
1016-10 ; appointed a Staff Capt. and subsequently a 
Brigade Major, with the temp, rank of Capt., 1916 ; 



educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll.. Sandhurst ; 
1889; m. 1913 Olive Mary, dau. of George Meatyard, Esq 
and has, with o " ' 
Reginald, b. 1814. 



orge M( 
»Henr; 



ANGLESEY, Mary Livingstone, Marchioness 
of. 

Dau. of J. P. King, Esq., of Sandhills, Georgia, U.S.A. ; 
m. 1st 1872 the Hon. Henry Wodehouse, who d. 1873 ; 
2ndly 1 880 as 3rd wife Henry, 4th Marquis of Anglesey, 
who d. 1898. — 7, Rue de I'Ermitage, Versaiiles, France. 
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ANGLESEY, Lilian Florence Maud, 
Marchioness of. I 

Eldest dau. of .Sir George Clietwynd, 4tli Bart., who ; 
d. 191 7, by Lady Florence Cecilia, who d. 1007, youngest 
dau. of Henry, 2ud Marquis of Anglesey, I'.C, and 
widow of Henry, 4th and last Marquis of Hastings ; 
m. 1st 1898 Henry Cyril, 5th Marquis of Anglesey, 
■who d.s.p. 1905; 2ndly 1909 John Francis Grey 
Gilliat, Esq., temp. Lieut. Reserve Regt. of 1st Life 
Guards, late temp. Capt. Household Batr. ; -n-as temp. 
Xieut. R.M. 1915; previously Lieut. 5th Batt. Rifle 1 
Brigade.— 4, Stanhope Place, w. ; Woodstock Park, 
Sittinpbournc. 

ANKETELL. See AnckctiU. 

ANKETELL-JONES, Henkt Moutray Ernest, 
Esq., of Burrishoole, co. Mayo. 
Eldest son of Henry Moutray Anketell-Jones, Esq., of 
Bellevue Park, CO. Dublin, who d. 1888, by Caroline [ 
Diana Frances, eldest dau. of the late Col. Carr Lloyd, I 
of Lancing Manor, Sussex; b. 1863; m. 1889 May, I 
youngest dau. of the late Henry Maynard Harding, i 
Esq., of Tullamaine Castle, co. Tipperary, and has had, 
with a dau., Ida Mary, an only son, Henry Moutray, 
29th (Vancouver) Batt. Canadian Infantry ; b. 1893, 
and killed in action 1916. Mr. Anketell-.Iones, who; 
■was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B. A. 1885, '' 
1889), is a J.P. for co. Mayo and ■was High Sheriff 
1914. — Burrishoole, Netoport, co. Mayo. 

ANN, Lady. 
Sophia, dau. of John Moeket Eastland, Esq., formerly 
of Margate ; m. 1884 Sir Edwin Thomas Ann, a J.P, 
for Derbyshire, and a J.P. for, and an Aid. of, Derby 
(Mayor 1899-1900, and 1905-6), who was cr. Knt. 
1906 and d. I^IZ.— West Parkfields, Derby. 

ANNALY, Lord (Luke White, G.C.V.O.).— 
Cr. 18G3. 
Eldest son of Luke, 2nd Lord, by Emily, -who d. 1915, 
dau. of the late James Stuart, Esq. ; b. 1857 ; s. 1888 ; 
m. 1884 the Hon. Lilah Georgiana Augusta Constance 
Agar-EUis, younger dau. of Henry, 3rd Viscount Clifden. 
Lord Annaly, ■svho -n-as educated at Eton, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for Northamptonshire, a D.L. for co. Longford, 
Hon. Col. (previously Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Col. Comm.) 
Northamptonshire Yeo., and Capt. Reserve of Officers ; 
formerly Capt. and Hon. Major R. Bucks Hussars Imp. 
Yeo., and Capt. Scots Guards ; -was a Lord of Ihe Bed- 
chamber in Waiting to H.M. King George V., then 
Prince of Wales, 1908-10, and has been a Perma- 
nent Lord in Waiting to H.M. since 1910 — Holdenby 
Hoiisc, Northampton; Gowran, co. Kilkenny ; Marl- 
borough Club, s.yi.; Turf Club, w. ; 43, Berkeley 
Sqtiare, w. 

ifeir, 'his son Luke Heury, M.O., Capt. 11th Hussars and a 
Chevalier of the Legiou of Honour ; 6. 1686; m. 1919 Lady 
Lavinia Emily Spencer, 2nd dau. of Charles Eobert, 6th 
Barl Spencer, K.G. 

ANNE, Ernest Lambert Swinburne, Esq., of 
Burghwallis Hall, Yorkshire. 
Second son of William Henry Charlton, Esq., of Hes- 
leyside, Northumberland, who d. 1880, by Barbara, 
youngest dau. of the late Michael Tasburgh, Esq., of 
Burghwallis Hall; b. 1852; m. 1885 Edith, 4th dau. 
of Sir Thomas George Augustus Parkyns, 6th Bart., 
and has, with other issue, a son, * George Charlton, 
O.B.E., Capt. K.O. Yorkshire L.I. and B.A.F.; 
late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers ; 
educated at the Oratory School, Edgbaston, and at 
Exeter Coll., Oxford; b. 1886; m. 1910 Amy Violet, 
youngest dau. of the late James Montagu, Esq., of 



Melton Park, Yorkshire, and has, with other issue, a 
son, *Michael, b. 1911. Mr. Anne, who inherited 
this property from George Anne, Esq., whose surname 
he assumed, by royal license, 1 882, is Lord of the 
Manor of Burghwallis, Patron of 1 living, and Capt. 
and Hon. Major late 3rd Batt. Sherwood Foresters 
(Derbyshire Militia) ; formerly Capt. 55th Foot.— 
Burghwallis Hall, Voncaster; United Service Club, s.-w. 



ANNBSLEY, Earl (Walter Be 
Annesley). — Cr. 1789. 

Only son of the Hon. William Octavius Beresford 
Annesley, of Painswick, Gloucestershire, -who d. 1875, 
by Caroline, who d. 1 869, 5th dau. of the late John 
Mears, Esq., of Bagshot, Surrey ; ?j. 1 861 ; s. his cousin 
Francis, 6th Earl, temp. Sub.-Lieut. R. Naval Vol. Re- 
servo, who lost his life while serving with the British 
Expeditionary Force, 1914; m. 1893 Maud Fleming, 
dau. of Haynes Bingham Higginson, Esq., of Rock 
Ferry, Cheshire. — Castlewellan, co. Down ; Donard 
Lodge, Newcastle, co. Doion. 



ANNESLEY, Priscilla Cecilia, Countess. 

Dau. of the late William Armitage Moore, Esq., of 
Arnmore, co. Cavan ; m. 1892, as his 2nd wife, Hugh, 
5th Earl Annesley, who d. 1908.— T/ic Lodge, Cox Green, 
Maidenhead. 

ANNESLEY, Evelyn Hester, Countess. 

Eldest dau. of Alfred Edward Miller Mundy, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Shipley Hall, Derbyshire, by his Ist 
wife Ellen Mary (whose marriage was dissolved 1881, 
and who m. 2ndly 1882 Charles Henry John, 20th Earl 
of Shrewsbury and 5th Earl Talbot), youngest dau. of 
the late Charles Rowland Palmer-Morewood, Esq., of 
Alfreton Hall, Derbyshire; m. 1st 1899, as his 1st 
■wife, Hugh Robert Edward Harrison, Esq., J.P., late 
Lieut. Grenadier Guards, of Caerhowell, Montgomery- 
shire, who d. 1912 ; 2ndly 1909 Francis, 6th Earl 
Annesley, temp. Sub-Lieut. R. Naval Vol. Reserve, who 
lost his life while servingwith the British Expeditionary 
Force, 1914; 3rdly 1919 Guy Aylwin, Esq.— Oa/t 
Cottage, Handcross, Sussex. 

ANNESLEY, Lord. See Valentia, Viscount. 

ANNESLEY, Sir Akthde Lyttelton LYTTEL- 
TON-, K.C.V.O., P.G.S., F.S.A., of Arley 
Castle, Staffordshire.— Cr. 1903. 
Elder son of Arthur Lyttelton Annesley, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Arley Castle, who d. 1882 (bv Mary, 
who d. 1886, dau. of the late John Bradley," Esq., of 
Colborne Hall, Staffordshire), and grandson of the late 
M-ajor-Gen. Norman MacLeod, C.B., of MacLeod J; b. 
1837. Educated at Harrow; isaLieut.-Gen.ret.,Col. of 
the 1 1 th Hussars, in which he served 1 854-78, a Knight 
of the Portuguese Order ofChrist,andPatron of 1 living; 
was formerly A.D.C. to H.R.H. the late Duke of Cam- 
bridge, A.A.G. at the Horse Guards 1878-80, Adjutant- 
Gen. Bombay Army 1881-6 and in command of the 
N. British Dist. 1888-93 ; assumed, by royal license 
1884, the prefix surname of Lyttelton, as representative 
of George, 1st Lord Lyttelton. — Residence: Temple- 
mere, Weybridge; United Service, Carlton, and E. 
Societies' Clubs, s.^w. 



t This gentleman's wife was Lady Hester Annabella Annesley, 
iter and sole heiress of George, 2nd Earl of Mount Non-is, and 

loth ■Viscount ■Valentia, and claiming to be 8th Earl of Anglesey. 
.-Gen. Sir A. Lyttelton- Annesley is, through the female line, 

representative of the eldest branches, both of Lyttelton, and of 

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,\NNESLEY, Richard Arthur GROVE-, Esq., ] 
of Anne's Grove, co. Cork. 

Eldest son of Richard Grove-Annesley, Esq., J.P., of 
Anne's Grove, who d. 1892, by Sara Augusta Ruth] 
(who m. 2iidly 1907 Harold Locke, Esq.), dau. of the j 
late Rev. John Abraham Bolster, M.A., Canon of Cork 
Cathedral; b. 1879; m. 1907 Hilda Margaret (who m. 
1st 1892 Henry Cecil Phillips, Esq., of CliBford, co. I 
Cork), younger dau. of the Right Hon. Sir Francis 
Edmund Workman-Maenaghten, 3rd Bart., and has, 
with other issue, a son, * Richard Francis Michael, b. 
1908. Mr. Grove-Annesley, who was educated at 
Harrow, is Lieut. N. Irish Horse. — Anm's Grove, 
Castletownroche, co. CorTc. 

ANNESLET. See Vahntia, Viscount. 

ANSLOW, Lord (Tonman Moslet, C.B.)— 
Or. 1916. 

Second son of Sir Tonman Mosley, 3rd Bart., of 
RoUeston Hall, Staffordshire, who d. 1890, by Catherine, I 
who d. 1891, dau. of the late Rev. John Wood, of| 
Swanwick, Derbyshire ; b. 1850 ; m. 1881 Lady Hilda j 
Ro.se Montgonierie, youngest dau. of ArchibaldWilliam, i 
13th Earl of Eglinton and 5th Earl of Winton, K.T., \ 
and has 2 dau.s. Lord Anslow, who was educated at i 
Repton and at C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1871), and called 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1874, is a J. P., D.L., 
C. Aid. and Chairman of the C.C. for Buckinghamshire, 
a D.L. for Staffordshire, aJ.P. for Derbyshire (formerly 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions), Chairman of the 
Buckinghamshire Territorial Force Association, a 
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
and Chairman of the N. Staffordshire Railway Co. ' 
— Bangors Park, Tver, Buckinghamshire ; Oxford and 
Cambridge, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. 

ANSON, Viscount. See imder Lichfield. 

ANSON, the Hon. Claud, of Ballysaggart- 
more, co. Waterford. 
Fifth son of Thomas George, 2nd Earl of Lichfield, who 
d. 1 892, by Lady Harriet Georgiana Louisa, whorf. 1913, 
eldest dau. of James, 1st Duke of Abercorn, K.G. ; b. 
1864; m. 1901 Lady Clodagh De La Poer Beresford, 
youngest dau. of Henry De La Poer, 6tb Marquis of 
Waterford, K.P., and has, with other issue, a son, 
*Anthony John, b. 1 904. Mr. Anson, who was educated 
at Harrow, is Vice-LieuK of and a J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Waterford, and was High Sheriff 1909. — Bally- 
sat/gartmore, Lismore, co. Waterford; Kitdare Street 
club, Dublin. 

ANSON, Sir Edwaed Reynell, Bart. — Cr. 
1831. 
Younger son of Rear-Adm. Algernon Horatio Anson 
(youngest son of the 2nd Bart.), who d. 1913, by the 
Hon. Adela, youngest dau. of Augustus Henry, 6th 
Lord Vernon ; b. 1902 ; s. his brother Sir John Henry 
Algernon Anson, 5th Bart., Acting Lieut. R.N., who 
was killed in action, 1918. Sir Edward Anson is 
Patron of 1 living. 



dau. of the late Robert Arniitstead, Esq., of Dunscar, 
Lancashire, and has, with a dau., a son, 'Archibald 
John George, b. 1851 ; m. 1916 Gwendoline, dau. of 
the late Rev. Jonathan Havard-Jones, Rector of 
Alpheton, Suffolk, and widow of Francis Du Cane, 
Esq. ^Sir Archibald Anson, who was educated at 
the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, was Inspector- 
Gen, of Police, Mauritius, 1868-67, Lieut.-Gov. of 
Penang 1867-82, and Administrator of the Straits 
Settlements 1871-2 and in 1877 and 1879, and is a 
J.P. for Sussex, and a Major-Gen. ret. ; late Col. R.A. ; 
has the Order of the Medjidie, 5th Chiss.Southficld, 
Silvcrhill, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 



ANSON. See Lichfield. 

-l-ANSON-HORTON, Henet, Esq., of Cation 
Hall, Derbyshire. 
Elder son of the Very Rev. Arthur Henry Anson, 
Rector of Potter Hanworth, Lincolnshire, and Dean of 
Chester, who d. 1859, by Augusta Theresa, eldest dau. 
of the late Right Hon. Henry Tufuell, M.P. ; b. 1853 ; 
m. 1886 Katharine E., dau. of Thornton Warner, Esq., 
Trinidad Colonial Service, and has issue. Mr. Anson- 
Horton, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 
and M.A. 1878), and assumed the additional surname 
of Horton 1899, was formerly in the Colonial Service, 
and is a Magistrate for Derbyshire (on the roll for 
High Sheriff for 1921) and Lord of the Manor of 
Bartou-uuder-Needwood, Staffordshire. — Cafton Hall, 
Burto7i-on- Trent : Travellers' Club, s.-w. 



ANSTICE, Sir (John) Aethue, K.C.B.— Cr, 
1909. 
Fifth son of John Anstice, Esq., J.P., of Madeley Wood 
Hall, Shropshire, who rf. 1867, by Jane Spencer Rus- 
combe, who d. 1858, dau. of the late Joseph Ruscombe 
Poole, Esq., of Bridgwater, Somerset; *. 1846; m. 
1891 Agnes Pauline, eldest dau. of the late Ferdinand 

j Unna, Esq. Sir Arthur Anstice, who was educated 
at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872), is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Shropshire and for Gloucestershire 
(on the roll for High Sheriff for 1920), Chairman of the 
Gloucestershire T.F. Association, and Hon. Col. 4th 

! Batt., previously Licut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 

' 1st Vol. Batt. King's Shropshire L.I., V.J).— The 
Old Grange, Dyinock, Gloucestershire ; Junior Carlton 
Club, s.w. 



ANSON, Sir Aechibai.d Edward Haeboed, 
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1882. 
Youngest son of Gen. Sir William Anson, 1st Bart., 
K.C.B., who d. 1847, by Louisa Frances Mary, who d. 
1831, only child of the late John Dickenson, Esq., of 
Birch Hall, Lancashire; b. 1826 ; m. 1st 1851 Elizabeth 
Mary, who d. 1891, dau. of the late Richard Bou- 
chier, Esq., of Limerick; 2ndly 1906 Isabelle Jane, 



ANSTICE, Col. Sir Robert Henet, K.C.B.— 
Cr. 1910. 

Fourth son of John Anstice, Esq., J.P., of Madeley 
Wood Hall, Shropshire, who d. 1867, by Jane Spencer 
Ruscombe, who d. 1858, dau. of the late Joseph 
Ruscombe Poole, Esq., of Bridgwater, Somerset ; 
b. 1843. Sir Robert Anstice, wlio was educated at 
Rugby, at St. Leonards-on-Sea, and at Magdalen Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1865, M.A. 1869), is Hon. Col. High- 
land Divisional Engineers, R.E., Territorial Force, T.D., 
Major ret, late Border Regt. and Liriii ( ,.l.,iii,l lli.n. 
Col. late Comm. 1st Aberdeenshire 1M\ \' ' A /Ik 
Hotel, Brighton; Junior United -V. , ..,■ 

Army and Navy Clubs, s.w. ; Universi^^ ( , '- .('- , '- .«. 

ANSTRCJTHER, the Hon. Dame Eva Isabella 
Heneietta, D.B.E.— Cr. 1918. 
Eldest dau. of Charles Douglas Richard, 4th Lord 
Sudeley, P.O., by .ida Maria Katharine, only surviving 
dau. of the late Hon. Frederick James ToUemache ; 
m. 1889 Henry Torrens Anstruther, Esq., an Advocate 
and a J.P. for Fife, who was M.P. for St. Andrews 
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Dist. 1886-1903, a Junior Lord of the Treasury 1895- 
1903 and an Aid. of the London C.C. 1905-10. Dame 
Eva Anstruther is Organiser of Soldiers' Libraries.— 
Pan's Garden, BeauHeu, Brockcnhursi, Hampshire. 



A.NSTRUTHBR, Sir Ralph William, Bart., of 
Balcaskie, Fife.— Cr. 1694. 
Eldest son of Sir Robert Anstrutlier, 5th Bart., of Bal- 
caskie, M.P., by Louisa Maria Chowne, who d. 1913, - 

Pr:bendar;;f H:reforT; Tis!^; .f 1886 f'^S ANSTRUTHER-DUiXOAN, Mrs., of Naugll- 



Thomas Erskine, 2nd Bart., of Cambo, Fifeshire). :.ii<l 
grand-nephew of the late Major-Gen. Philip Anstruther, 
C.B., of Thirdpart ; 6.1875. Lieut.-Col. Anstrutlic-r. 
•who was educated at Eton and «. his graud-unclo 18S4, 
is Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. Seaforth Highlanders. 
— Thirdpart, Fife, N.B. 

Ilfir Pivs., his brother Robert Abercrombie, D.S.O., Major 

R.A. ; educatcci at Wellington OoU. and at the R. Mil. 

Academy, Woolwich ;;». 1879. 



Mildred Harriet, C.B.E., younger dau. of the late j 
Edw.ird Hussey, Esq., of Scotney Castle, Sussex. Sir 
Ralph Anstruther, who was educated at Eton (Hon. 
LL.D. St. Andrews 1912), and was formerly Capt. R.E., 
and temp. Lieut.-Col. R.E. 1915-18, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for COS. Caithness and Fife, a Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honour and Hon. Col., previously Lieut.-Col. and 
Hon. Col. Coram. 7th Batt. The Black Watch, T.D.— 
Salcaskie, Piticnwcem, Fife; iVutieii. Caithness; 
Srooks's Cluh, s.w. ; New Club, Edinhurijh. 

/yni-.hls son Robert Edward, M.C., Capt. and temp. Major 

The Black Watch ; edarated at Eton and at the R. Mil. 

Coll., Sandhurst: b. 1890; m. 1919 Marguerite, only daa. 

of the late Hugo de Bnrgh, Esq., of Ballinapierce, co. 

Wexford. 

ANSTRUTHER, Sir [Windham] Fkederick 

OARMICHAEL-, Bart., of Anstruther, 

Fifesliire; and of Carmichael, Lanarkshire. 

— Cr. 1699-1700 and 1798. 

Only son of Sir Windham Robert Carmichael-An- 

Btruther, 9th and 6th Bart., by Sylvia (who m. 2ndly 

1 905 Major the Hon. Algernon Henry Charles Hanbury- 

Tracy, C.M.G., late R. Horse Guards, who d. 1916), 

youngest dan. of the late Right Hon. Sir Frederick 

Matthew Darley, G.C.M.G. ; b. 1902; s. 1903; is 

Heritable Carver to the Royal Household in Scotland, 

and an Hereditary Master of the Household in 

Scotland.— Car»jicArtfZ House, Thankerlon, N.B. 

HnrPres., his cousin Windham Eric Fiaricis, only child of 
Gerald Yorke Anstruther, Esq., who d. 1910, by Ellen , 
Caroline, who rf. 1902, dan. of J. Milne, Esq., of Cradock, 
Cape Colony ; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; 
J. 190O. 

ANSTRUTHER, Col. Charles Frederick St. 

Clair, D.S.O.,M.V.O., of Charleton, Fife- 

shive. 
Elder surviving son of Col. John Anstruther-Thomson, 
of Charleton and of Carntyne, Lanarkshire, who 
d. 1904, by his 1st wife Caroline Maria Agnes Robina, 
who d. 1883, only dau. of the late Rev. John Hamihon 
Gray, of Carntyne; b. 1855 ; m. 1882 Agnes Dorothea, 
3rd diau. of the late James Alexander Guthrie, Esq., of 
Craigie, Forfarshire, and has, with a dau., a son, * John 
Arnold St. Clair (reported " missing " 1915), Lieut. 6th 



Dragoon Guards; educated at Eton; b. 1888. Col. 
Anstruther, who was educated at Eton and at the 
R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and no longer uses the 
additional surname of Thomson, is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Fifeshire, Lieut.-Col. and Brevet-Col. ret., late Coram. 
2nd Life Guards, a Member of the R. Co. of Archers 
(King's Body Guard for Scotland), an Esquire 
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, a Knight of 
the Swedish Order of The Sword, and of the Spanish 
Order of Isabel La Cafolica, and an Officer of the 
Legion of Honour ; appointed a Staff Lieut. 1915. — 
Charleton, Colinsburgh, Fifeshire ; Travellers' Club, 
s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; New Club, Edinlmrgh ; 
Butland House, s.w. ' 

ANSTRUTHER, Lieiit.-Col. Philip George, of 

Thirdpart, F 

Elder son of Col. Philip Robert Anstruther, of the 

9-ttli Foot, who d. 1880 (by Zaida May, dau. of Sir 



ton, Fifeshire. 
Catharine Henrietta Adamina, only child of Adam 
Alexander Duncan, Esq., of Naughton, who assumed 
the prefix surname of Morison, and who d. 1855, 
by Catharine Eunice, dau. of the late Mfijor 
Mackenzie, of Fodderty ; m. 1897 Lieut.-Col. Alexander 
William Anstruther, R.A., who in 1897 assumed by 
deed poll the additional surname of Duncan, and who d. 
1902. — Naughton, Wormit, Dundee. 

ANSTRUTHER-GOUGH-CALTHORPE, the 
Hon. Mrs., of Elvetham Hall, Hampshire. 

Rachel, eldest dau. of Augustus Cholmondeley, 6th 
Lord Calthorpe, who r/.19l6, by Maud Augusta Louisa, 
youngest dau. of the late Hon. Octavius Duncombe, 
M.P., of Waresley Park, Huntingdonshire; m. 1898 
FitzRoy Hamilton Lloyd- An strut her, Esq., a Magis- 
trate for Hampshire, Lieut, ret., late Army Motor Re- 
serve, late temp. Lieut. Gen. List and an A.D.C., who 
with his wife assumed the surname of Anstruther only, 
by royal license, Sept. 1910, and the additional sur- 
names of Gough-Calthorpe, by royal license, Nov. 
1910, and who has the Portuguese Mil. Order of Aviz, 
3rd Class, and has, with other issue, a son, "Richard 
Hamilton, b. nOS.— Elvetham Hall, Hartley- Wintney , 
Hampshire. 

ANSTRUTHER-GRAT, Major William, 
F.R.G.S., F.S.A., of Kilmany, Fifeshire; 
and of Carntyne, Lanarkshire. 
Younger surviving son of Col. John Anstruther- 
Thomson, of Charleton, Fifeshire, and of Carntyne, 
who d. 1904, by his 1st wife Caroline Maria Agnes 
Robina, who d. 1883, only dau. of the late Rev. 
John Hamilton Gray, of Carntyne; h. 1859; m. 
1891 Jessie Clayre, dau. of Andrew Tennant, Esq., 
of Essenside, Glenelg, S. Australia, and has, with a 
dau., a son, *William John St. Clair, b. 1905. Major 
Anstrnther-Gray, who was educated at Eton, and 
assumed the latter surname by deed poll in 1904 on 
inheriting Carntyne, was formerly Major R. Horse 
Guards, and is Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Territorial 
Force Reserve, late Major and temp. Lieut.-Col. Scot- 
tish Horse Yeo., a J.P and C.C. for Fifeshire, and a 
J.P. for Lanarkshire and for Glasgow ; was M.P. for St. 
Andrews Burghs 1906-Jan. 1910, and Dec. 1910-1918. 
—Kilmany, Cupar, Fifeshire ; St. Adrian's, Crail, 
Fifeshire • Marlborough Club, s.w. ; Naval and Military, 
and Bachelors' Clubs, w.; Netv Club, Edinburgh; 
Western Chtb, Glasgow. 

ANSTRUTHER-THOMSON. See Anstruther. 
of Charleton, Fifeshire. 



f ANTHONY, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1916. 

^. 18_. Sir John Anthony is Sole Partner of Messrs. 
Cockburii, Bros., Manufacturers, of Govan, and Chair- 
man of the Advisory Committee for the Div. ; has been 
Provost of Govan since I90i.—I)almeny, Dumbrach; by 
Glasgow. 



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ANTRIM, Earl of (Randal Mark Kerr 
McDonnell).— Cr. 1785. 
Elder. son of William Randal, GthEarl, by Louisa Jane, 
V.A. (a Lady of the Bedchamber to H.M. Queen Alex- 
andra, previously to H . .\I. Queen Victoria),2nd surviving 
dau. of the late Hon. Charles Grey ; 6. 1878 ; .5. 1 918 ; 
HI. 1901 Margaret Isabfl, youngest dau. of the late 
Eight Hon. John Gilbert Talbot, M.P., of Falconhurst, 
Kent. The Earl of Antrim, who was formerly Lieut. 
4th Batt. R. Lancaster Regt., is a D.L. for co. Antrim. 
— Glenarm Casttle, Larne, co. Antrim ; Friendly Green, 
Cowden, Kvnt. 

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ANTROBUS, Sir Cosmo Gordon, Bart., of 
Amesbury Abbey, Wiltshire.— Cr. 1815. 
Only surviving son of Sir Edmund .\ntrobus, 3rd 
Bart., who d. 1899, by Marianne Georgiana, who d. 
1903, eldest dau. of Sir George Dashwood, 4th Bart. ; 
b. 18.59; s. his brother Col. Sir Edmund Antrobus, 
4th Bart., late Grenadier Guards, 1915. Sir Cosmo 
Antrobus, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884), was called 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1882. — Amfsbury 
Ahhet/, Salisbury ; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; 19, South 
Eaton Place, s.w. 



Bart.), who (J. 191 1 , by Emily. 2iid daa. of the late Col. John 
Ireland Blackburne, M.P., of Hale Hall. Lanpashire, and 
widow of William John Hope-Edwardes, Esq., Netley 
Hall, Shropshire ; Capt. Irish Guards, Special Reserve ; 



ANTROBUS, Florence Caroline Mathilde, 
Lady. 
Eldest dau. of Capt. Jules Alexander Sartoris, of 
Hoppesford Hall, AVarwickshire, who d. 1863, by 
Georgina Alicia, dau. of the late Anthony Lyster, 
Esq., of Grange, eo. Roscommon; ?rt. 1886 Col. Sir 
Edmund Antrobus, 4th Bart., late Grenadier Guards, 
who d.s.p. 1915, having had a son, Edmund, Lieut. 
Grenadier Guards ; b. 1886, and killed in action 1914. 
Lady .Antrobus is the Authoress of" A Guide to Amos- 
bury and Stonehenge." — Amesbury Abbey, Salisbicry. 

ANTROBUS, Sir Reginald Laurence, 
K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of tlie Rev. George Antrobus, Vicar of 
Beighton, Derbyshire, who d. 1872, by Henrietta, who 
d. 1904, youngest dau. of the late Rev. Robert Gream, 
Rector of Rotherfleld, Sussex; b. 18,53; m. 1st 1880 
Selina Jane, who d. 1890, only dau. of the late Rev. 
Arthur Leighton Irwin ; 2ndly 1894 Edifh Marion, 
eldest dau. of the late John Park Robinson, Esq., of 
Liverpool. Sir Reginald Antrobus, who was educated 
at Winchester and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1876, 
M.A. 1916), and entered the Colonial Office 1877, 
administered the Government of St. Helena 1 889-90 ; 
was a Principal Clerk in the Colonial Office 1896-8, 
an Assistant Under Secretary of State for the Colonies 
1898-1909, and Senior Crown Agent for the Colonies 
1909 -18.— 19, Cranky Gardens, s.w. 

+ ANTROBUS, Crawfdrd John, Esq., of Eaton 
Hall, Cheshire. 
Eldest son of John Coutts Antrobus, Esq., J. P., of 
Eaton Hall, who d. 1916, and only son of his 1st wife 
Fanny, who d. 1863, younger dau. of the late Clement 
Swetenham, Esq., of Somerford Booths, Cheshire ; b. 

1862 ; m. 19011 Marie, dau. of , and widow of 

Dennis Pierce, Esq. Mr. Antrobus is Patron of 2 
livings. — Eaton Hall, Congleton, Cheshire. 



ANWTL, Robert Charles, Esq., of Lligwy, 
Merionethshire. 
Fourth and only surviving son of Evan .■\nwyl, Esq., 
of Lligwy, formerly Lieut. R. C.irdigan Militia, who 
d. 1872, by Jemima, dau. of the late William Morgan. 
Esq., ofBrynllys, Montgomerysliire; b. 1850; m. 1886 
Harriette, dau. of the late Major John Hamilton, 42nd 
Highlanders (The Black AVatch), and has, with other 
issue, *Mauricfc Ifan Hamilton, Capt. E. Welsh Fusi- 
liers; educated at Wellington Coll. and at the R. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst; h. 1889. Mr. Anwyl, who was 
educated at Shrewsbury, is a D.L., J.P., and C.C. for 
Merionethshire (High Sheriff 1900), a J.P. for Mont- 
gomeryshire, and a Director of the Welshpool and 
Llanfair and of the Dinas Mawddwy Railway Cos. ; 
late Lieut. Montgomeryshire Yeo. Cav. — Lligwy, 
Pennal, Merioneth ; Junior Conservative Club, w. 

ANWYL - PASSINGHAM, Major Robert 
Townshend, O.B.E., of Bryn-y.groes, 
Merionethshire. 

Eldest son of Major Robert Townshend Anwyl-Pass- 
ingliam, J.P. and D.L., formerly 4th Batt. S. AVales 
Borderers and Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, of 
Biyn-y-grops, who (/. 1893, by Lucy Emma, who d. 
1909, eldest dau. and co-heiress of "the late Thomas 
Jeffreys Badger, Esq., of Kingsland, Shropshire ; b. 
1867; m. 1006 Charlotte Angie Bigoe, only dau. of 
the late Capt. Eigne Williams, 4th R. Irish Dragoon 
Guards. Major Anwyl-Passingham, who was educated 
at the E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Magistrate for 
Merionethshire and Major ret. late 72nd Punjabis, 
Indian Army. — Bryn-y-groes, Bala, Merionethshire; 
Junior United Service Club, s.w. 

APPERLY, Lady. 

Marie, dau. of the late Henry Charles Paice, Esq., of 
Egham, Surrey; m. 1865 Sir Alfred Apperly, a J.P. 
for Gloucestershire and Chairman of Apperly, Curtis 
& Co. Ltd., woollen cloth manufacturers, and of the 
Stroud Metal Co. Ltd., who was cr. Knt. 1907 and 
d. 1913. — Eodborough Court, Stroud, Gloucestershire. 

A.PPLEBT, Arthur Noel, Esq., of Mill House, 
I Enfield, Lancashire. 

Only son of Arthur Appleby, Esq., J.P., of Mill House, 
who (/. 1902, by Annie, dau. of the late Christopher 
Parkinson, Esq., J. P., of Blackburn, Lancashire ; b. 
1884 ; m. 1909 Mildred, only dau. of J. E. Riley, Esq., 
J. P., Arden Hall, Lancashire. Mr. Appleby was edu- 
cated at Harrow. — Eesidence: Langdale, Loiocr Bourne, 
near Far7ihain, Surrey. 

APPLEBY, John Stanley, Esq., of Elton 
Hall, and Ashfield House, co. Durham. 
Eldest son of Tlioraas Appleby, Esq., J. P., of Elton 
Hall and Ashfield House, who d. 1909, by Harriet, 
who d. 1904, dau. of the late Tliomas Wearmouth, 
Esq., of Byers Garth, co. Durham; *. 1873; m. 1900 
Winifred Isabella Wynn. youngest dau. of the late 
Ven. Joshua Hughes-Games, Vicar of Hull and Arch- 
deacon of Man, and has, with other issue, a son, * John 
Wj-nn, b. 1910. Mr. Appleby is a Magistrate for co. 
Durham. — Ashfield House, Grcatham, Stockton-on-Tees, 
CO. Durham; Eesidence: Norton, Stociton-on-Tees ; 
Carlton Club, s.w. 

APSLEY, Lord. See under Bathurst, Earl. 

ARBUCKLE, Lady. 

Henrietta, eldest dau. of the late Henry Shire, of Milk- 
wood Kraal, Natal; in. 1865 the Hon. Sir William 
Arbuckle, F.R.C.I., M.L.C. and a J.P. for Natal, who 
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was 5 times Mayor of Durban, Cliairman of tlie Com- 
mittee of the Council of Natal 1893-7, Colonial 
Treasurer 1897-1901 ; President of the Legislative 
Council 1901-4, and Agent-Gen. in London for Natal 
1904-9, and who was cr. Knt. 1902 and d. 1915.— 
Durhan, Natal. 

'ARBUTHNOT, Col. Sir Daletmple, Bart., 
C.M.G., D.S.O.— Cr. 1823. 

Second son of Sir William Wedderburn Arbuthnot, 
3rd Bart., who d. 1889, by Alice Margaret, who 
d. 1889, 4th dau. of the late Kev. Matihew Carrier 
Tompson, Vicar of Alderminster, Worcestershire, and 
EuralDean; b. 1867; s. his brother Rear-Adm. Sir 
Eobert Keith Arbuthnot, 4th Bart., K.C.B., M.V.O., 
R.N., who was killed in action, 1916; jn. 1918 Alice 
Maud, only dau. of Hugli Lyttelton Arbuthnot, Esq. 
Sir Dalrymple Arbuthnot, who was educated at Wel- 
lington Coll., is Col. R.A. — Army and Nam/ Club, s.w. 
5«>,hisson, 6.1919. 

ARBUTHNOT, Lina, Lady. 

Only dau. of Col. Alexander Caldcleugh Macleay, C.B., 
J.P., 3rd Batt. Seaforth Highlanders, who d. 1907, by 
Mabel, dau. of the late Col. William Anderson, C.B., 
Bengal Art.; m. 1897 Ee,ir-Adm. Sir Robert Keith 
Arbuthnot, 4th Bart., K.C.B., M.V.O., R.N., who d. 
(killed in action) 1916, leaving a dau., Rosalind 
Desiree. — 51, Elswortky Road, Hampstead, n.w. 

ARBUTHNOT, Constance Angelena, Lady. 

Youngest dau. of Sir WiUiara Milman, 3rd Bart., who 
d. 1885, by Matilda Frances, who d. 1890, eldest dau. 
of the late Rev. John Pretyman, Rector of Sherington, 
Buckinghamshire; m. 1899, as his 2nd wife. Sir 
Alexander John Arbuthnot, K.C.S.I., C.I.E., a J.P. for 
Hampshire, who was formerly Director of Public In- 
struction, and Chief Secretary and a Member of the 
Council of the Governor of Madras ; acted as Governor 
of Madras in 1872 ; was Vice-Chancellorof theUniver- 
sity of Madras 1871-2, and of the University of 
Calcutta 1878-80; a Member of the Council of the 
Gov.-Gen. of India 1875-80, and a Member of the 
Council of India 1887-97, and who was cr. K.C.S.I. 
1873 and d. 1907. — Newtown House, near Newbury. 

ARBUTHNOT, Sir George Gough, Knt.— 
Cr. 1901. 

Fifth son of Archibald Francis Arbuthnot, Esq., who 
d. 1879, by the Hon. Gertrude Suphia, who d. 1882, 
2nd dau. of F. M. Hugh, 1st Viscount Gough ; b. 1847 ; 
m. 1873 Isabella Albinia (irhom see), younger dau. of 
the late Rev. the Hon. Richard Cavendish Townshend 
Boyle, of Huntercombe Manor, Buckinghamshire. 
Sir George Arbuthnot, who was educated at Eton, was 
formerly a Banker in Madras and London, 6 times 
M.L.C., Madras, and a Fellow of Madras Univ. — 
87, Oiislow Square, s.w. 

ARBUTHNOT, Isabella Albinia, Lady, of 

Huntercombe Manor, Buckinghamshire. 

Younger dan. of the Rev. the Hon. Richard Cavendish 

Townshend Boyle, of Huntercombe Manor, Rector of 

Marston Bigot, Somerset, who d. 1886, by Eleanor 

Vere, who d. 1916, youngest dau. of the late Alexander 

Gordon, Esq., of Ellon Castle, Aberdeenshire ; m. 

1873 Sir George Gough Arbuthnot (whom see), and 

has a dau., Cecil Albinia, m. 1903 Major the Hon. 

Robert Lygon, M.V.O., M.C., Reserve of Officers, late 

• Capt. Grenadier Guards, Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve, 

late 4th Batt. Loyal N. Lancashire Regt., and has a 

son, Reginald Arthur, i. 1904. — 87, Onslow Square, s.w. 

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ARBUTHNOT, James Woodgate, E.sq., of 
EldersHe, Surrey. 
Eldest surviving son of George Arbuthnot, Esq., of 
EldersHe, who d. 1895, by Maria, who d. 1889, eldest 
dau. of the late James Thomas, Esq., of the Madras 
Civil Service ; i. 1848 ; «. his brother George Arbuth- 
not-Leslie, Esq., J.P. and D.L.. 1896; m. 1877 Annie 
Susan Charlotte, dau. of the late Sir Charles Jackson, 
Judge of the High Court of Calcutta, and has, with 
other issue, an only surviving son, * Francis Sidney, 
Capt. Loyal Suffi^lk Hussars Yeo. ; A. 1882 ; m. 1912 
Lillemor, dau. of C. Halvorsen, and widow of Christian 
Mohr, son of the Chamberlain of H.M. the late King 
Oscar 11. of Norway. Mr. Arbuthnot, who was 
educated at Eton, is a J.P. for Sarrey.— EldersHe, near 
Dorking ; Athenaeum Club, s.w. 

ARBUTHNOT-LESLIE. See Leslie. 

ARBUTHNOTT, Viscount (Walter Charles 
Warner Arbhthnott). — Cr. 1641. 

Only surviving son of Capt. the Hon. Walter Arbuth- 
nott (2nd son of the 8th Viscount), who d. 1891, by 
Anna Maria, who d. 1891, youngest dau. of the late 
Brook Taylor Ottley, Esq., of Delaford, co. Dublin; b. 
1847 ; s. his cousin William, 12th Viscount, 1917 ; m. 
1 878 Emma Marion Hall, 6th dau. of the late Rev. 
John Hall Parlby, J.P., of Manadon, Devonshire. 
Viscount Arbuthnott is Lieut.-Col. ret., late R.A. — 
Arbuthnott House, Fordoun, Kincardineshire ; Villa 
Beausejour, St. Maxime-sur-Mer, Var, France. 

Heir, hia son John Ogilvy, Lieut. Welsh Guards, Special 
Reserve; i. 1882; m. 1914 Doi-othy, yonngest dau. of 
Adm. Charles Lister Oxley, of Ripon Hall, Yorkshire. 

ARCHBOLD, Miss, of Davidstown, co. Kildare. 

Eleanor Frances, dau. of James Archbold, Esq., of 
Davidstown, who d. 1806, by Catherine, who d. 1896, 
dau. of the late Nicholas Mahon Power, Esq. ; s. her 
brother Robert Archbold, Esq., J.P., lS77.—Davids- 
town, near Castle Dermot. 

AROHDALE, Edward Mervtn, Esq., of Rivers- 
dale, CO. Fermanagh. 

Eldest son of Nicholas Montgomery Archdale, Esq., 
J.P.,of Crock-na-crieve, co. Fermanagh, who d. 1877, 
by Adelaide Mary, 4th dau. of the late Rev. John Grey 
Porter; 6.1853; m. 1880 Alicia Bland, youngest dau. 
of the late Quintin Fleming, Esq., and has, with other 
issue, a son, *Nicholas Edward, Capt. R.N. ; b. 1881. 
Mr. Archdale is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Fermanagh 
(High Sheriff 1884), and Lieut.-Comm. R.N. ret.; 
was M.P. for co. Fermanagh N. 1898-1903 ; re-elected 
1916. — Riversdale, Ballina mallard, co. Fermanagh ; 
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

ARCHDALE, George, Esq., of Dromard, co. 
Fermanagh. 
Youngest son of the Rev. Henry Montgomery Ai-chdale, 
M.A., of Willowbank, Kingstown, co. Dublin, who d. 
1898, by Sarah Elizabeth, whod. 1911, 3rd dau. of the 
late James Blackwood Price, Esq., D.L., of Saintfield, 
CO. Down ; b. 18C0 ; in. 1894 Mary, eldest dau. of the 
late John Graham, Esq., of Parade House, Cowes, and 
has, with other issue, a son, *Mervyn Henry Dawson, b. 
1904. Mr. Archdale, who was educated at Portora R. 
School, was formerly Capt. 5th Batt. R. Irish Rifles 
and High Sheriff of co. Ferman.agh 1904. — Dromard, 
Kesh, CO. Fermanagh. 

ARCHDALE, Lieut.-Col. James Blackwood, of 
Castle Archdale, co. Fermanagh. 
Third son of the Rev. Henry Montgomery Archdale, 
M.A., of Willowbank, Kingstown, co. Dublin, who d. 



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1898, by Sarah Elizabeth, who d. 1911, 3rd dan. of the 
late James Blackwood Price, Esq., D.L., of Saintfield, 
CO. Down; b. 1853; «. his brother the Right Hon.' 
Edward Ai-chdale, J.P. and D.L., H.M.'s Lieut, for co. 
Tyrone, 1916; m. 1886 Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
George May, Esq., of Cambridge, and has a son, *Henry 
Blackwood, educated at Wellington Coll. ; b. 1887. 
Lieut.-Col. Archdale, who was educated at Marlborough I 
Coll. and at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, isanHou. I 



only dan. of the late Richard Smith, Esq., of The 
Priory, Dudley; />. 1846; m. 1873 Florence, 2nd dau 
of the late Charles William Herman Wallroth, Esq 
of Lee, Kent. Sir William Archibald, who was edu- 
cated at Repton and at St. John's Coll., Oxford, of 
which he was formerly Fereday Fellow (B.A. 1869 
M.A. 1872), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 
1874, was formerly a Civil Engineer and blaster ot the 
Supreme Court of Judicature 1890-1917 ; has written 



Lieut.-Col. ret., late Major R.A. and Army Ordnance | and edited many legal hooks.— Oxford and Cambridge 



Department, and a D.L. for eo. Fermanagh (on the 
roll for High Sheriff of eo. Tyrone for 1921); was 
Chief Ordnance Officer, Dublin Dist., with the temp, 
rank of Lieut.-Col., Id J i-lT.— Castle Archdale, Irvine- 
stoun, CO. Fermanagh ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

ARCHER, Sir John, K.B.E— Cr. 1918^ 

Eldest son of John Archer, Esq., of Lenzie, Dumbarton- 
shire, who d. 1885, by Margaret Jane, dau. of the 
late Richard Watson, Esq., of Worsall Grange, York- 
shire ; b. 1860 ; m. 1901 Ella Beatrice, 2nd dau. of the 
late John Charles Sharpe, Esq., of Longhope, Glouces- 
tershire. Sir John Archer, who was educated privately, 
is Chairman of Bnlloch, Lade & Co. Ltd., Distillers, 
Glasgow, London, Sec. and of the Advisory Committee 
(Customs and Excise) on Wines and Spirits. — Devon- 
shire Lodge, Richmond, Surrey: Constitutional Club, 
w.c; 21, Mincing Lane, e.c. 

ARCHER, Capt. Philip Addis Edward, of 
Trelaske, Cornwall. 

Elder son of Addis Edward Archer, Esq., by Evelina, 
2nd dau. of the late Sir Philip Protheroe Smith; b. 
1884; s. his uncle Charles Gordon Archer, Esq., J.P., I 
1908. Capt. Archer, who was educated at Charterhouse | 
and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1908), is Capt. ret.,j 
late R. 1st Devon Yeo. — Trelaslr, Laimceston.\ 
Cornwall. 



-f ARCHER, Major Samuel Frank AldeesoNj. 
O.B.E., of Lusliill House, Wiltshire. 

Only son of Francis Bennet AJderson, Esq., of 10, King's 
Bench Walk, Temple, who A 1871, by Mary, dau. of the 
late John Archer, Esq., of Lusliill House; h. 1871 ; «. 
his uncle Lieut.-Col. David Archer, J.P., late Wiltshire 
Militia, and assumed the surname of Archer by deed 
poll 1912; m. 1902 Marguerite, youngest dau. of the 
late Arthur Hansard, Esq., Ceylon Rifles, and has a 
son, ♦David Archer Alderson, b. 1907. Major Archer, 
who was educated at Bloxam, is Major Reserve of 
Officers, late Capt. R.G.A., and Lord of the Manors 
of Marston Meysey, Castle Eaton, and Stratton St. 
Margaret. 

ARCHER-HIND, Laurence, Esq., of Ovington 
Lodge, Nortliumberland. 
Only son of Richard Dacre Archer-Hind, Esq., who 
d.v.p. 1910, by Laura, dau. of the late Lewis Pocock, 
Esq.; b. 1895; «. his grandfather Thomas Hodgson 
Archer-Hind, Esq., F.L.S., J.P., 1911. Mr. Archer- 
Hind was educated at Haileybury Coll. and at St. 
John's Coll., Cambridge. — Residence : Little Newnham, 
Cambridge. 

ARCHER-HIND. See Dunn. 

ARCHER-HOUBLON. See Houblon. 

ARCHIBALD, Sir William Frederick 

Alphonse, Knt., F.S.S.— Cr. 1917. 

Only surviving son of the Hon. Sir Thomas Dickson 

Archibald, Judge of the Queen's Bench Div. and of 

Common Pleas, who d. 1876, by Sarah, who d. 1907, 



Club, s.w. ,■ B. Courts of Justi, 

ARCHIBALD, Mrs., of Rusland Hall, Lanca- 
shire. 
Isabel, 2nd dau. of the late Robert Falcon, Esq., M.D., 
by Margaret, dau. of the late John Steward, Esq.'; 
m. 1864 Charles William Archibald, Esq., M.I.C.E., 
of Rusland Hall, a J.P. for Lancashire, who d. 1893. 
leaving, with other issue, * Charles Falcon, edticated 
at Harrow and at the Coll. of Agriculture, Downton, 
b. 1866; m. 1895 Harriet Mary, who A 1918,2nd 
dau. of John Downes, Esq., of The Court House, 
Richard's Castle, and has, with other issue, a son, 
■* Myles Falcon Downes, late Lieut. R.F.A., Special 
Reserve ; b. 1898.— Rusland Hall, near Ulvcrston. 



ARDAGH, Lady. 

less of. 



See Mabnesburi/, Susan, Coun- 



ARDEE, Lord. See under Meath. 

ARDEN, Douglas, Esq., of East Burnham 
House, Buckinghamshire. 
Second and only surviving son of Richard Edward 
Arden, Esq., of East Burnham House, of Pontvane.Pem- 
brokeshire, and of Sunbury Park, Middlesex, who d. 
1894, by his 2ud wife Mary, who d. 1880, dau. of the 
late John Douglas Finney, Esq., of the Audit Office; b. 
1844; m. 1872 Emily Margaret, who d. 1903, dau. of 
the late Rev. Robert Drummond Burrell Rawnsley, 
Rector of Halton Holgate, Lincolnshire, and Canon 
of Lincoln, and has had, with a dau., a son, Edward 
Franklin Douglas, b. 1876; m. Ist 1898 Virginia 
Constance, who d. 1901, dau. of the late Hon. Sir 
James Martin, of Sydney, N.S.W. ; 2udly 1903 Joan 
Ursula, dau. of Col. Cox, of Salisbury, and d. 1908, 
leaving, with another son and a dau., *Geoifry James 
Douglas, b. 1899. Mr. Arden, who was educated at 
Harrow and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford, and called to 
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1867, is a Magistrate for 
Buckinghamshire, and was on the roll for High Sheriflf 
of Pembrokeshire for \Ub.—East Burnham House, 
near Slough; United University, a7id Windham. 
Clubs, s.w. 

ARDEN, See Baillie-Hamilton-Arden, and Hadding' 



ARDILAUN, Lord {ext.) See G 



Bart. 



ARDILAUN, Lady, of Macroom Castle, co. 
Cork ; and of St. Anne's, co. Dublin. 
Olivia Charlotte, 3rd dau. of William Henry Hare, 3rd 
Earl of Bantry (fx<.), who d. 1884, by Jane, who d. 
1898, youngest dau. of the late Charles John Herbert, 
Esq., of Muckross Abbey, co. Kerry ; m. 1871 Arthur 
Edward (Guinness), 1st and only Lord Ardilaun (cr. 
1880), who d.s.p. 1915. — St. Anne's, Clontarf, co. 
Dublin ; Macroom Castle, co. Cork. 

ARGLES, the Rev. George Marsham, of Cross- 
thwaite, and Lyth, Westmorland. 
Eldest son of the Rev. Marsham Argles, D.D., Dean 
of Peterborough, who d. 1892, by Margaret Julia, who 
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d. 1898, dau. of tlie late Right Rev. George Davys, ; 
JJ.D., Bishop of Peterborough ; h. 1841 ; m. 1870 Mary 1 
Ann, youngest dau. of Thomas Harrison, Esq., of 
Singleton Park, Westmorland, and has, with other 
issue, *Ceeil George, *. 1872; m. 1898 Florence Muriel, 
3rd dau. of William Wailes, Esq., of Headingley, ' 
Yorkshire, and has a sou, * Gerard Marsham, b. | 
1901. Mr. Aigles, who was educated at Harrow i 
and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1864, M.A. 
1867), is Canon of York, Proctor in Convocation, 
and Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Peter- 
borough.— OW Residence, York; Hawbarrow, Mil/i- , 
thorpe, Westmorland. 

ARGLES, Thomas Atkinson, Esq., of Eversley, 
Westmorland ; and of Haregate, Stafibrd- 
shire. 
Ouly son of Frank Atkinson Argles, Esq., of Eversley, 
who d. 1885, by Susannah, who d. 1895, only dau. of] 
the late Tobias Atkinson, Esq., of Kendal; b. 1859 ; m. 
1893 Agnes, youngest dau. of the late William Henry 
Wakefield, Esq., of Sedgwick House, Westmorland. 
Mr. Argles, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxfowl (B.A. . 
1881 , M.A. 1884), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn i 
1883, is a J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for Westmorland (High ; 
Sheriff 1891), Major ret., late T.F. Reserve, previously i 
4thBatt. Border Regt., T.D., and Patron of 1 living.— i 
Eversley, MiliMorpe ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

ARGYLL, H.R.H. Duchess of. See The King 
and the Royal Family. 

ARGYLL, Duke of (Niall Diarmid Camp- 
bell).— Cr. 1701 and 1892. 

Only son of Lord Archibald Campbell, J.P. and D.L., j 
who d. 1913, by Janey Sevilla, youngest dau. of the 
late James Henry Callander, Esq., of Craigforth, j 
Stirlingshire, and of Ardkinglas, Argyllshire ; b. 1872 ; 
s. his uncle John Douglas Sutherland, 9th and 2nd j 
Duke, K.G., K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., P.C., 1914. 
The Duke of Argyll, who was educated at Charter- ' 
house and at Ch. t'h., (Jxfovd (B.A. 1896), and sits in ( 



the House of Lords as Duke of Argyll, U.K. (cr. 



1892), is Hereditary Master of H.M.'s Household in 
Scotland, Hereditary Keeper of the Great Seal of 
Scotland, Hereditary Sheriff of Argyll, Adm. of the 
Western Isles, Vice-Lieut, of Argyll, and Hon. Col. 8th \ 
Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. — Inverarat/ '' 
Castle, Argyll; Carlton Club, s.w.; Bachelors', and Bath ' 
Clubs, w. ;' 28, Clarges Street, w. 

Beir Pres.. his cousin Douglas Walter, only son of Lord 
Walter Campbell, who d. 1885, by Olivia Rowlaudson (who i 
d. 1892, having m. 2ndly 1890 Allan Gordon, Esq.), only 
dau. of John Olarkson Milns, Esq., formerly of Radcliffe ' 
Bridge, Lancashire ; h. 1877 ; m. 1899 Aimee, youngest dau. i 
of the late John Lawrence, Esq., of New York, U.S.A., and 
ha-s a son, • Ian Douglas, J. 1903. j 

ARGYLL, Ina Erskine, Dacliess of. | 

Youngest dau. of the late Archibald McNeill, Esq., of 
Colonsay, Argyllshire, and niece of Lord Colonsay 
{ext.) ; in. 189.") as 3rd wife George Douglas, 8th Duke 
of Argyll, who d. 1900. The Duchess of Argyll 
was Womau of the Bedcliamber and Private Secretary 
to H.M. Queen Victoria 1888-95, and is a Lady of 
the R. Order of Victoria and Albert. — Mccharioch. 
Argyllshire ; 54, Cadogan Square, s.w. 

ARKLEY, of Dnnninald Castle, Forfarshire. 
See Smyth. 

ARKWRIGHT, Bertram Harrt Godfrey, 
Esq., of Coton House, Warwickshire. 
Eldest son of the Rev. William Harry Arkwright, | 
Keetor of Highclere, Newbury, and Hon. Canon of 
S4 



Southwell, who d. 1915, by Margery Bertha, 5fh dau. 
of the late Rev. Henry Arkwright, M.A., Vicar of 
Bodenham, Herefordshire b 1879; i. his uncle 
Francis Arkwright, Esq., J.P., 1915; m. 1902 Grace 
Emma Julia, only dau. of the late Albert Frederic 
Hurt, Esq., of Alderwasley, Derbyshire, and has, with 
other issue, a son, *Robert Harry Bertram, b. 1903. 
Mr. Arkwright, who was educated at Eton and at Oriel 
Coll., Oxford, is a Magistrate for Derbyshire, Capt. 
Derbyshire Yeo., Lord of the Manor of Churchover, 
Warwickshire, and Patron of 1 living.— Residence : 
Edge Hill, Driffield. Derbyshire. 

ARKWRIGHT, Charles Evelyn, Esq., of 
Holbrooke Hall, Derbyshire. 

Only surviving son oftheRev. Henry Arkwright, M.A. , 
Vicar of Bodenham, Herefordshire, who rf. 1889, by his 
^nd wife Ellen, whorf. 1883, youngest dau. of the late 
Capt. John Home Purves, of Purves Hall, Berwick- 
shire; A. 1848; m. 1876 Is.abel Emma, elder dau. of 
the late John Gilbert Crompton, Esq., of Flower Lilies, 
Derbyshire. Mr. Arkwright, who was educated at 
Harrow, was formerly in the 17th Laneer.s. — Holbrooke 
Hall, Derby; Army and Navy, Arthur's, and B. Auto- 
mobile Clubs, s.w. ; 14, Beaufort Gardens, s.w. 

ARKWRIGHT, Esme Francis Wigsell, Esq., 
M.C., of Sanderstead Court, Surrey. 
Only son of Capt. Frank Wig.sell Arkwright, Cold- 
stream Guards, of Sanderstead Court, who d. 1893, 
by Rosa Fredericka, younger dau. of the late William 
Henry Baring, Esq., of Norman Court, Hampshire ; b. 
1882; m. 1909 Audrey Violet Hatfeild, only child of the 
late James Francis Hatfeild Harter, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Cranfield Court, Bedfordshire, and has a son, 
» Charles Hatfeild, *. 1916. Mr. Arkwright, who was 
educated at Eton, and was formerly Lieut. 5th Lancers, 
and subsequently Lieut. W. Kent Yeo., is Lieut. 
Scots Guards, Special Reserve, Lord of the Manor 
of Sanderstead and Patron of 2 livings ; was on the 
roll for High Sheriff of Bedfordshire for 1919; an 
Assistant Mil. Secretary 1916-17 ; a Deputy Assistant 
Mil. Secretary 1917-18; an Assistant Mil. Secretary 
1918 and aii A.D.C. 1918.— Arthur's, and Guards' 
Clubs, s.w. ; Turf Club, w. ; Residence : Sharnbrook, 
Bedfordshire. 

ARKWRIGHT, Frederic Charles, Esq., of 
Wilier sley, Derbyshire. 
Only son of Frederic Arkwright, Esq., of Willersley, 
who d. 1874, by Susan Sabrina, who d. 1874, dau. of 
the late Ven. Archdeacon Charles Burney; b. 1853; 
m. 1883 Rebecca Olton, 3rd dau. of Sir John Gay 
Newton AUeyne, 3rd Bart., and has, with other issue, 
a son, * Richard AUeyne, Capt. Coldstream Guards ; 
b. 1884 ; m. 1912 Marjorie, 2nd dau. of the late Frank 
Hardcastle. Esq., M.P., and has, with other issue, a 
son,* Peter, b. 1913. Mr. Arkwright, who was educated 
at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is Vice-Lieut, of and a 
J.P. for Derbyshire (High Sheriff 1887).— Jra/era/ey, 
Cromford, Derbyshire. 

ARKWRIGHT, John Peter, Esq., of Hatton 
House, Warwickshire. 
Second and elder surviving son of John Thomas Ark- 
wright, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Hatton House, who d. 
1906, by Laura, who d. 1886, dau. of the late Rev. 
Edward Willes, of Hamstall Ridware, Staffordshire ; 
b. 1864; m. 1906 Violet Catherine, 4th dau. of the 
late Albert Brassey, Esq., of Heythrop, Oxfordshire, 
and Charlton Park, Gloucestershire, and has, with 
other issue, a son, *John Brassey, b. 1912. Mr. 
Arkwright, who was educated at Eton and was 



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formerly Lieut. Warwickshire Yeo. C'av., is a Magis- 
trate for Warwickshire. — Ration House, Warwick ; 
Arthur's Club, s.w. 

AKKWRIGHT, Joun Stanhope, Esq., of 
Kinsham Court, Hei-efordsliire. 
Only son of John Hungerford ArkwTight, Esq., H.M.'e 
Lieut, for Herefonlshire, of Hampton Court, Hereford- 
shire, who d. 1905, by Charlotte Lucy, who d. 1904, 
youngest dau. of the late John Davenport, Esq., of 
Foxley, Herefordshire ; h. 1872 ; m. 1905 Helen Muriel 
Stephanie, youngest dau. of the late Stephen Robinson, 
Esq., of Lynhales, Herefordshire, and has, with other 
issue, a son, * John Richard Stephen, b. 1907. Mr. 
Arkwright, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1895), and called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 1898, is a J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire, 
Chief Steward of the City of Hereford, and Patron of 
2 livings, and was M.P. for Hereford 1900-12.— 
Kinsham Court, near Presteiffve, Hadnorshire ; 56, 
St. Georges Square, s.w. A *^Q(jQQO 

ARKWRIGHT, Loftus Joseph Wigram, Eaq., 
of Parndon Hall, and Mark Hall, Essex. 
i;idest son of Loftus Wigram Arkwright, Esq., of 
Parndon Hall, who d. 1889, by Elizabeth, dau. of Row- 
land John Reynolds, Esq., of Bruton Street, London ; 
b. 1866 ; m. 1894 Julia, dau. of J. Caldwell, Esq., and 
has, with other issue, a son, * Loftus, Lieut. R.A. ; 
educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich ; b. 1895. 
Mr. Arkwright, who was educated at Charterhouse and 
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is Patron of 3 livings. — 
Parndon Hall, Harlow, Essex. 



ARKWRIGHT, Mrs. Arthur Chandos, of 
Hatfield Place, Essex. 
Agnes Mary, only dau. of William Michael Tufnell, 
Esq., of Hatfield Place, who d. 1905, by Eliza Isabella, 
who d. 1894, eldest dau. of Sir John Tyssen Tyrell, 
2nd Bart, {ext.), M.P., of Boreham House, Essex; m. 
1870 Lieut.-Col. Arthur Chandos Arkwright, late 
Shropshire Yeo. Cav., of Hatfield Place, a J.P. for 
Essex and for Shropshire, who was formerly Lieut. 2nd 
Life Guards, nnd who d. 1916, leaving, with other 
issue, a son, *Wilfred Lionel Tyrell, a Magistrate for 
Essex; educated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1893); b. 1871.— Hatfield Place, Witkam, Essex. 

ARKWRIGHT, William, Esq., of Sutton 
Scarsdale, Derbyshire. 

Only son of Major William Arkwright, 6th Dragoons, 
who d. 1857 (by Fanny Susan, who d. 1911, 2nd dau. 
of the late Edward Thornewill, Esq., of DovecliflF, 
Staffordshire), and grandson of Robert Ai-kwright, 
Esq., of Sutton Scarsdale, D.L., who d. 1859 ; b. 1857 ; 
in. 1884 Agnes Mary, eldest dau. of the late Hon 
John James Thomas Somers Cocks. Mr. Arkwright, 
who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is 
in the Commission of the Peace for Derbyshire (High 
SheitS 1S90).— Sutton Scarsdale, Chesterfield; IVhite's 
Club, s.-w. 



ARMAGHDALE, Lord (John Beownlee 
Lonsdale). — Or. 1918. 

Eldest son of James Lonsdale, Esq., D.L., of The 
Pavilion, who d. 1913, by his 1st wife Jane, whod. 
1855, dau. of the late William Brownlee, Esq., 
of .\rmagh ; b. 1850; m. 1887 Florence, dau. of the 
late William Rumney, Esq., of .Stubbins House, Lanca- 
shire. Lord Armaghdale is a J.P. and D.L. for co, 
Armagh (High Sheriff 1895), and was _M.P. for 



jrid-.Arraagh )900-18.— TfePauaon, Armagh; Thr 
Danes, Sandwich, Kent ; Carlton, and IVhite's Clubs, 
s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; 13, Prince's Gardens, s.w. 

ARMITAGE, Arthur Calrow, Esq., of Kir- 
roughtreo, Kirkcudbright. 
Only son of John Armitage, Esq., of Woodville Hall, 
Forest Hill, Kent, who d. 1807 (by Harriet, who d. 
1893, 2nd dau. of the late Thomas Calrow, Esq., of 
Woodhill, Bury), and grandson of the late Joseph 
Armitage, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Milnsbridge House, 
Yorkshire; b. 1847; m. 1877 Alice Barbara, dau. of 
the late William Morris, Esq., J.P. and D.L.. of 
Halifax, and has, with other issue, a eon, * John 
Morris, educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge ; b. 1881 ; m. 1909 Frances Marguerite, younger 
dau. of the late William Francis Murphy. Esq., and 
has a son, * Neville John, i. 1916. Mr. Armitage, who 
was educated at Rugby, is a J.P. and D.L. for the 
Stewartry of Kirkcudbright and a J.P. for the W. 
Riding of Yorkshire ; late Major 2nd W. Yorkshire 



■^'eo. Cav. — Kirroughtr 
Conservative Club. s.w. 



Neu'tnn Stewart, N.J 



ARMITAGE, George Pollard, Esq., formerly 
of Storthes Hall, Yorkshire. 
Only son of Joseph Armitage Armitage, Esq., J.P., 
of Storthes Hall, and of Milnsbridge House, Yorkshire, 
wlio d. 1898, by Julia Frauces, eldest dau. of the late 
George Thomas Pollard, Esq., of Ashfield, Gloucester- 
shire, and of Hundhill, Yorkshire; *. ISfi" ; m. 
1912 Coralie Eugenie. Tonngest dau. of the late Rev. 
William Chastel de BoinviUe, M.A., Vicar of Burton, 
Westmorland. Mr. Armitage, who was educated at 
Harrow and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1890), 
is a J.P. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire.— Grice 
Manor, ShelUy, Yorkshire. 

ARMITAGE, Mrs., of Dadnor, Herefordshire. 

Isabel Jane, only dau. of Dudley Montagu Perceval, 
Esq., who d. 1856, by Mary Jane, dau. of the late Gen. 
Sir Richard Bourke, K.C.B.; m. 1851 Arthur Armitage, 
Esq., of Dadnor. a J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire, who 
d. 1892, leaving, with other is.^ue, a son, * the Rev. 
Robert. D.S.O., Chaplain to the Forces, 1st Class, ret. ; 
was Vicar of St. Chad, Tushingham, Cheshire, 1912-16 ; 
appointed Vicar of St. Boniface, Bunbury, Tarporley, 
Cheshire, 1916 ; educated at Marlborough and at 
Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1889); b. 
IS57 .—Dadnor, Ross, Herefordshire. 

ARMITAGE, Mrs., of Milnsbridge House, 
Yorkshire. 
Julia Frauces, eldest dau. of the late George Thomas 
Pollard, Esq., of Ashfield, Gloucestershire, and of 
Hundhill, Yorkshire; m. 1866 Joseph Armitage Armit- 
age, Esq., of Milnsbridge House and Storthes Hall, 
Yorkshire, a J.P. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, who 
d. 1898, leaving, with other issue, * George Pollard 
{whom see). 

ARMITAGE, Mrs. Benjamin, of Holme Hall, 
Derbyshire, 

Katharine, 2nd dau. of Lieut.-Col. Ben Hay Martin- 
dale, C.B., R.E., who d. 1904, by Mary Elizabeth, 
who d. 1902, dau. of T. Knocker, Esq.; m. 1st 1875 
Francis Gisborne, Esq., of Holme Hall, a Magistrate 
for Derbyshire, who d. 1878, leaving an only child, 
» Gwendolen, who m. 1905 Gerard Yorke Twisleton- 
Wykeham-Fiennes, Esq., and has.with other issue, a son, 
• Gerard Francis Gisborne, b. 1906; 2ndly 1887 
Benjamin Armitage, Esq., a Magistrate for Derbyshire, 



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and has, with other issue, a son, Vernon Hay, M.C., I 
Lieut. 6th Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire 
and Derbyshire Eegt.), and a Chevalier of the Belgian 
Order of the Crown ; has the Belgian Croix de Guerje ; 
educated at Repton and at Pembroke Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1911) ; b. 1S88.— Holme Hall, Bakcwcll. 

ARMITSTEAD, the Rev. John Hornby, of 
Cranage Hall, Cheshire. 
Eldest son of the Rev. John Richard Armitstead, M.A., 
of Cranage Hall, Vicar of Sandbach, Cheshire, and Hon. 
Canon of Chester, who d. 1918, by Frances Mary, who 
d. 1887, eldest dau. of the late William Henrv Hornby, 
Esq., M.P., of Poole Hall, Cheshire; b. 1868. Mr. 
Armitstead, who was educated at Westminster and at 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1892, M.A. 1897), is a J.P. for 
Cheshire, Chaplain, 4th Class, T.F., Lord of the Manor 
of Cranage, Rural Dean of Congleton, and Patron and 
Vicar of Sandbach. — Residence : The Vicarage, Sand- 
bach, Cheshire. 

ARMOUR-HANNAT, Mrs., of Kingsmuir, 

Fifeshire. 
Robina Anne Marjory, only child of George Hannay, 
Esq., J.P., of Kingsmuir, who d. 1909, by Isabella 
Dalgairns, only surviving child of the late William 
Scott, Esq., of Dalgairn, Fifeshire; m. 1899 Samuel 
Beveridge Armour, Esq., Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute of 
Fifeshire, at Cupar, who assumed the surname of 
Armour-Hannay 1910, and d. 1919, and has a dau., 
* Marjory Jean. — Kingsmuir, Stravithie Ji.S.O., Fife- 
shire. Residence : The Brae, St. Andrews, Fifeshire. 

ARMSTRONG, Lord (William Henry Arm- 
strong FitzPateick Watson- Arm strong). 
— Cr. 1903. 
Only son of John William Watson, Esq., J.P., of Adder- 
stone Hall, Northumberland, whod. 1909, by Margaret 
Godman, dau. of thelate Patrick PersseFitzPatrick, Esq., 
of FitzLeet House, Sussex; b. 1863; m. 1st 1889 
Winifreda Jane, who d. 1914, eldest dan. of the late 
Gen. Sir John Miller Adye, G.C.B. ; 2ndly 1916 Beatrice 
E., dau. of the late Jonathan Cowx, Esq., of Tudhoe. 
CO. Durham. Lord Armstrong, who was educated at 
Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1885, M.A. 
1889, Hon. D.C.L. Durham), assumed the additional 
surname of Armstrong by royal license 1889, and 
inherited these estates on the death 1900 of his great- 
uncle William George, Island only Lord Armstrong 
(cr. 1887, ext.),is a J. P., D.L. and C.C. for North- 
umberland (High Sheriff 1899), a Magistrate for New- 
eastle-on-Tyne, Major late Northumberland Hussars 
Yeo., T.D., and Patron of 1 living; has the Grand 
Cordon of the Order of the Medjidie. — Cragsidc, 
Sothbury ; Bamburgh Castle, Bamburgh B.S.O., 
Northumberland; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Constitutional 
Club, w-c; Northern Counties' Club, Newcastle. 

Heir, his son William Jobn Montagu, Oapt. 7th Batt. 
Northumberland Fusiliers ; educated at Eton and at 
Trinit.T Coll.. Cambridge {B.A. 1915); 6. 1892; m. 1917 
Zaida Cfecile, eldest dau. of Cecil James Drummond Wolff, 
Esq., of Oaplanne, Billere Pau, Bashes Pyr6n6es, aJld has a 
son, •William Henry Oecil Jobn Eobiu, b. 1919. 

ARMSTRONG, Capt. Sir Andrew Harvey, 
Bart., of Gallen, King's Co.— Cr. 18-41. 
Elder son of the Rev. Sir Edmund Frederick Arm- 
strong, 2nd Bart., by Alice Ann, who d. 1875, eldest 
dau. of William Windsor Fisher, Esq.; b. 1866; *. 
1899. Sir Andrew Armstrong is a Magistrate for 
King's Co. (High Sheriff 1914), and an Hon. Lieut. 
in the Army ; late temp. Capt. Connaught Rangers ; 
formerly Lieut. 17th Batt. Ijnp. Yeo. in S. Africa; 
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previously Capt. 3rd Batt. Leinster Regt. — Gallen 

Priory, Ferbane, King's Co. 

Heir Pret., his brother Nesbitt William, b. 1875 ; m. 1910 
Clarice Amy, dau. of John Carter Hodkinson, Esq.. of 
Maryborough, Victoria, Australia, and has, witli other 
issue, a son, » Andrew St. Clare, b. 1912. 



ARMSTRONG, Sir George Elliot, Bart., 
C.M.G.— Cr. 1892. 

Eldest son of Sir George Carlyon Hughes Armstrong, 

1st Bart., by Alice Fitz Roy, dau. of the late Rev. 

Charles Joseph Furlong, M.A. ; b. 1866 ; s. 1907 ; m. 

1890 Edith Annie, dau. of the late Adolphus Fass, 

Esq., of Chalfoiit Grange, Buckinghamshire, and has 

a dau., Mary. Sir George Armstrong is Acting Comra. 

Emergency List R.N. and a Chevalier of the Legion of 

Honour, and was for 1 2 years Editor of ' The Globe ' 

newspaper. — Winloed, Panqboxirni'., Berkshire ; Naval 

and Militurt/ Club, w. ; Carlton, and Marlborough 

Clubs, s.w. 

Heir Prei.,his brother Francis Philip, O.B.E., tsmp. Oapt. R. 

Naval Vol. Reserve ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 

1896 ; educated at Charterhouse and at Magdalen Coll., 

Oxford (B.A. 1895) ; b. 1871 ; m. 1896 Pulcheria Margaret, 

dau. of the late George Fox, Esq., J.P.andD.L., of Elmhurst 

Hall, Staffordshire, and had a son, Philip Furlong, Acting 

Sub-Lieut. R.N. ; b. 1897, and killed in action 1918. 

ARMSTRONG, Emily Rose, Lady. 

Dau. of Charles Cotton Ferard, Esq., J.P., of Ascot 
Place, Berkshire, who d. 1886, by Emily, who d. 1899, 
dau. of the late Very Rev. Thomas Dale, Dean of 
Rochester; w. 1873 Sir Walter Armstrong, a J.P. for 
CO. Dublin, who was Director of the National Gallery 
of Ireland 1892-1914, and who was cr.Knt. 1899 and 
d. 1918. — 63, Carlisle Mansions, s.w, 

ARMSTRONG, Sir Charles Herbert, Knt.— 
Cr. 1913. 

Second son of Thomas Armstrong, Esq., of Bowdon, 
Cheshire, who d. 1913, by Mary Ellen, who d. 1902, 
dau. of the late William Milnes Millington, Esq., of 
Cheshire ; b. 1862 ; m. 1896 Marie Louise, eldest dau. 
of the late Marcus Charles Chichester Magrath, Esq., 
of Liverpool. Sir Charles Armstrong, who was edu- 
cated at King's School, Canterbury, is Chairman of the 
Great Indian Peninsula Railway Co. and Managing 
Director of Lyon, Lord & Co. Ltd., London, Manchester 
and India ; was formerly Chairman of the Bombay 
Chamber of Commerce, President of the Bank of 
Bombay, and an Additional Member of the Council of 
the Governor-Gen. of India for making Laws and 
Regulations.— S/m^i/ri^, Guildford. 

ARMSTRONG, Capt. Ale.xander Moore, of 
Cnlmoi-e House, co. Antrim. 

Youngest son of the late James William Armstrong, 
Esq., of Culmore House, a J.P. for cos. Antrim and 
Londonderry, by Alice, dau. of the late Sampson 
Moore, Esq., of Cullytrummin, eo. Antrim; b. 1838 ; 
m. 1893 Jane Caroline, who il. 1912, only dau. of 
William Magill Gaussen, Esq., of Lake Lodge, 
Ballyronan, and widow of William Ash Gaussen, Esq., 
of Ballyronan House, co. Londonderry. Capt. Arm- 
strong is a J.P. for co. Antrim, and a J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Londonderry; late Capt. 63rd Foot, R. 
Canadian Rifle Regt., and Queen's E. Antrim Rifles. 
— Culmore House, Kilrea, co. Londonderiy. 

ARMSTRONG, Blosse Richard, Esq., of 
Lisnagrongh, and Raheen, co. Tipperary. 
Only son of Lieut.-Col. Richard Armstrong, late 
40th Regt., of Lisnagrough, and Raheen, who d. 
1916, by Marian, dau. of the late Charles Ebden, 
Esq., of Melbourne, Australia; b. 1873; m. 1903 



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Theodora Mary, daii. of the late James Bell, Esq., 
of Kiugston-on.Thames. JVIr. Armstrong, who was 
educated at Wellington Coll. and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (LL.B. 1894), was admitted a Solicitor 
1897. — liew University Club, s.w. ; 176, Colehernc 
Court, s.w. 



ARMSTRONG, Henry Bkuce WRIGHT-, 
Esq., of Killylea, co. Armagh. 
Second and only surviving son of William Jones 
Wright-Armstrong, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Killylea, 
who assumed the surname of Wright 1868, under the 
will of Lady Frances E. Wright- Wilson, and who rf. 
1872, by Frances Elizabeth, who d. 1894, only dau. of \ 
the late Capt. Christopher Wilson, and widow of Sir 
Michael McCreagh, C.B., K.C.H. ; b. 1844; m. 1883 
Margaret, 2nd dau. of the late William Leader, Esq., of 
Rosnalee, co. Cork, and has, with other issue, a son, 
* William Fortescue, D.S.O., M.C., Capt. and Acting ' 
Major R.G.A. ; educated at Charterhouse and at the 
K. Mil. Academy, Woolwich ; h. 188.3. Mr. Wright- 
Armstrong, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870), and called to the Bar 
at the Inner Temple 1868, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. j 
Armagh (High Sheriff 1875, Chairman of the C.C. 1909- ' 
19 and High Sheriff of co. Longford l^^i).— Dean's 
Hill, Arviagh ; Carlton Club, s.vr. ; Kildare Street Club, '. 
Dublin. . 

ARMSTRONG, John Scobell, Esq., of Nan- 
cealvei-ne, Cornwall. I 

Eldest son of the Eev. John Armstrong, who d. 1862, ] 
by Mary Anne, who d. 1900, 2nd dau. of the late Col. 
John Scobell, J.P., of Naneealverne ; b. 1842; m. 1865 , 
Fanny Emma Elizabeth, dau. of the late Lieut. Daniel 
AVoodriiffe, E.N., and has a son, *John Warneford 
Scobell, b. 1877. Mr. Armstrong was a Member of 
the Indian C.S. (Bengal) 186d-92.— Naneealverne, 
near Pcmance. 



ARMSTRONG, Marcus Beresfoed, Esq., of 
Moyaliffe, co. Tipperary ; and of Chalipool, 
CO. Sligo. 
Eldest son of William Armstrong, Esq., of Chafipool, 
who d. 1889, by Katherine, dau. of the late Gen. 
Campbell; *. 1861; m. 1888 Rosalie Cornelia, dau. 
of the late Maurice Ceely Maude, Esq., of Lenaghan, 
CO. Fermanagh, and has had, with 3 daus., an only 
son, WiUiam Maurice, M.C., Capt. 10th R. Hussars 
and temp. Capt. on the Staff; b. 1889, and killed in j 
action 1917. Mr. Armstrong, who was formerly Capt. ' 
8th Brigade N. Irish Div. E.A., is a J.P. and D.L. for j 
CO. Tipperary (High Sheriff 1905), and a J.P. for co. I 
Sligo (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1899).— ! 
Chaff pool, near Ballymote, co. Sligo ; Moyaliffe, Tkurles ; 
Clodagh, Folkestone, Kent ; Kildare Street Club, , 
Dublin. 

ARMSTRONG, Brigadier-Gen. Thomas Graves j 
LowRT Herbert, C.B.E., formerly of 
Killclare, King's Co. 
Elder son of John Herbert Armstrong, Esq., of KiU- 
clare. Major B. Tyrone Fusiliers, and formerly Capt. 
95th Foot, who d. 1873, by Elizabeth Catherine, who 
d. 1890, 2nd dau. of the late Robert William Lowry, 
Esq., D.L., of Pomeroy, co. Tyrone; b. 1856; m. 1886 
Emily Theodosia, youngest dau. of the late St. John 
Thomas Blacker- Douglass, Esq., D.L., of Elm 
Park, CO. Armagh, of Tullahennel, co. Kerry, and of 
Grace Hall, co. Down, and has issue Grace Elizabeth, 
m. 1919 Ralph Forbes Woodhouse, Esq. Brigadier-Gen.' 
Armstrong is an Hon. Brigadier-Gen. ret., late Comm. I 
(1900-4) Northumberland Fusiliers, and commsaded 



i No. 3 Group Dist., Western Command, 1907-11, and the 
62ud Infantry Brigade (which he raised), with the 
temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1914-15.— iVauai and 
Military Club, w. ; 64, Eaton Place, s.w. 

ARMSTRONG, Thomas Pkiaulx St. George, 
Esq., of Claremont, King's Co. 
Eldest son of John Priaulx Armstrong, Esq., J.P., of 
Claremont, who d. 1879, by his cousin Emma, dau. of 
the late Thomas Priaulx, Esq., of Guernsey; b. 1833; 
m. 1860 Elizabeth, who d. 1892, d.au. of the late 
Robert Graves, Esq., of Cloghan Castle, King's Co., and 
has, with other issue, *John Priaulx, b. 1866. Mr. 
Armstrong, who was formerly Major 49th Foot, is a 
Magistrate for King's Co. — Claremont, Banagher, 
King's Co. 

ARMSTRONG, Major William Duncan 
Francis HEATON-. 

Elder son of William Charles Heatou-Armstrong, Esq., 
F.R.G.S., I'.K.A.S., I'.R.B.S., F.Z.S., formerly M.P. 
for the Sudbury Div. of Suffolk, who d. 1917, by 
Baroness Bertha Maximiliaiia, only surviving dau. of 
the oth Baron Zois-Edelstein, uf Carniola, Austria ; b. 
1886. Major Heaton-Armslmng, who was educated 
at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is Senior 
Representative of the families of Armstrong, of 
Mangerton, Mount Heaton, Farney Castle, Mealiffe, 
&c., of MacDonnell, of Newhall, and of Heaton, of 
Moor House, Yorkshire, Major 3rd Batt. Lancashire 
Fusiliers, serving with Labour Corps, and an Officer of 
the Order of the Eagle of Albania, and was Private 
Secretary and A.D.C. to the Mbret of Albania 1914.— 
Junior United Service, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; 
5, Cornwall Gardens, s.w. 

ARMSTRONG-JONES, Sir Robert, Knf., 
C.B.E., M.D., F.R.CP., F.R.C.S., F.S.A. 
— Cr. 1917. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Jones, of Eisteddfa, 
Criccieth, Carnarvonshire, who d. 1894, by Jane Eliza- 
beth, who d. 1904, only dau. of the late Robert Jones, 
Esq., of Eisteddfa; b. 1857; m. 1893 Margaret Eliza- 
beth, eldest dau. of the late Sir Owen Roberts, M.A., 
F.S.A., D.C.L., LL.D., J.P. and D.L. Sir Robert 
Armstrong-Jones, who was educated at the Univ. Coll. 
of Wales, Aberystwyth, and at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital (M.B. London Univ. 1880, M.D. 1883, B.S. 
1885), and assumed the prefix surname of Armstrong 
by deed poll 1914, is a J.P. for Essex, for Carnarvon- 
shire, and for co. London ; Lecturer on Mental Diseases 
at St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; temp. Lieut.-Col. 
A.M.S., and a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem ; was formerly Resident Physician to 
Earlswood Asylum and to the London C.C. Asylum, 
Clay bury, Essex, and Consulting Physician in Mental 
Diseases to the Mil. Forces in London and Aldershot ; 
has travelled throughout Europe and in N. Africa 
inspecting Asylums for the care of the insane, and has 
written extensively upon the subject. — Plds Dinas, 
Carnarvon; Athenaum, and Seform Clubs, s.w.; 9, 
Bramham Gardens, S. Kensington, s.w. 

ARMYTAGE, Lieut.-Col. Sir George Ays- 

cough, Bart., C.M.G., D.S.O., of Kirklees 

Park, Yorkshire.— Cr. 1738. 

Elder son of Sir George John Armytage, 6th Bart., 

F.S.A., D.L., by his 1st wife Ellen, who d. 1890, eldest 

dau. of the late Rev. Ayscough Fawkes, of Farnley Hall, 

Yorkshire; b. 1872; s. 1918; vi. 1899 Aim^e, 3rd 

dau. of Sir Lionel Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, 

11th Bart., of Ghevet Hall, Yorkshire. Sir George 

Armytage is Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. King's R. 

Kifle Corps ; commanded 74th Infantry Brigade, with 

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the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1916-17, and 117th 
Brigade 1917-19, and has commanded 97th Brigade, 
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., since 1917. — 
Kirklees Park, Brighouse, Yorkshire; Carltun C/ub.s.vi. 
Heir, hiB son Jobn Lionel, b. 1901. 



ARMYTAGE, Maet Georqiana, La^ly. 

Dau. of the late Henry Anthony Littledale, Esq., of 
Bolton Hall, Yorkshire ; m. 1893, as his 2nd wife, 
Sir George John Armytage, 6th Bart., F.S.A., D.L., of 
Kirklees Park, Yorkshire, who d. 1918.— 27, Cambridge 
Square, Hyde Park, w. 

+ ARNALL-THOMPSOISr, William Eenest, 
Esq., of Ansty Fritli, Leicestersliire. 
Son of the late Joseph Arnall, Esq., of Thrussington, 
Leicestershire (by Mary, who d. 1909, dau. of the late 
John Thompson, Esq.), and nephew of the late Frederic 
John Thompson, Esq., of Ansty Frith, and Belgrave 
Grange, Leicestershire; h. 18—; s. his brother Harry 
Thompson Arnall-Thompson, Esq., 1916, and assumed 
the additional surname of Thompson by royal license 
1917. — Ansty Frith, Leicester. 



ARNOTT, Sir John Alexander, Bart., of 
Woodlands, co. Cork.— Or. 1896. 

Eldest son of Sir John Arnott, 1st Bart., by his 1st 
wife Mary, who d. 1866, dau. of the late James 
M'Kinley, Esq., of Stirling, N.B. ; b. 1853; s. 1898; 
m. 1881 Caroline Sydney, D.B.E., a Lady of Grace of 
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, eldest dau. of Sir 
Frederick Martin Williams, 2nd Bart. Sir John 
Arnott is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Cork, and Major and 
Hon. Lieut.-Col. late 4th Batt. Cheshire Regt.— 12, 
Mcrrion Square, Dublin ; Carlton, White's, and Welling- 
ton Clubs, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 



ARNOLD, Lady. 

Tama Kurokawa, a Japanese Lady ; m. 1897, a 
3rd wife. Sir Edwin Arnold, C.S.l., Author of 



The 



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litor of the 'Daily Telegraph,' and 



Grand Commander of the Orders of the White Elephant 
and of tlie Crown of Siam, who had the Imperial 
Orders of the Medjidie, 2111 Class, and Osmanieh, 
Class, the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, and the 
Persian Order of the Lion and the Sun, who was for- 
merly Principal of the Government Sanskrit Coll. at 
Poona, E. Indies, and who was cr. K.C.I.E. 1888, anc 
d. 1904. — .i9. Prince of Wales Mansions, Battersea 
Park, s.w. 

ARNOLD, Major William Reginald, of Nether- 
cott, Devon. 
Only surviving son of Lieut.-Col. William Arnold, a 
J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for Devon, who d. 1901, by 
Georgina Elizabeth, only dau. of the late J. C. Easton, 
Esq. ; b. 1865 ; m. 1915 Charlotte Jessie Mary, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. Joseph Rawle Paramore, Rector of 
Iddesleigh, Devonshire, and has 2 dans. Maji 
Arnold, who was educated at Marlborough Coll., is a 
J.P. and C.C. for Devonshire and Major ret., lat 
Dorsetshire Regt.— Netkircott, Iddesleigh, N. Devon 
Naval and Military Club, w. 

ARNOLD. See Coape-Ariwld. 

ARNOLD-PORSTER, Edwaed Penrose, Esq. 
formerly of Catbedine, Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of William Delafield Arnold, Esq., Directoi- 
of Public Instruction in the PuDJab, who iV. 1869 (by 
Frances Anne, dau. of the late Gen. Hodgson), and 
nephew and adopted son of the late Right Hon. Wil 
liam Edward Forster, M.P., whose surname he assumed 
in addition to his own in 1879 ; b. 1851 ; m. 1875 Edith 
Mary, 3rd dau. of the late William Ford, Esq., C.S.I, 
and has, with other issue, a son, Forster Delafield 
C M.G.,Capt. R.N. and an Officer of the Italian Order of 
St. Maurice and St. Lazarus ; b. 1876 ; m. 1907 Georgina 
Mary, eldest dau. of Alfred Tucker, Esq., of Fouries- 
hurg. Orange River Colony, and has a dau., Georgina 
Margaret. Mr. Arnold-Forster, who was educated at 
Rugby, is a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding of York- 
shire, and Hon. Col. 6th Batt. W. Riding Regt., T.D 
— 53, High Street, Portsmouth ; Athenmum Club, s.w. 



Heir, his i 
R. Irish R-'fles : previously 
(Scottish Rifles) ; h. 1890. 

ARNOTT, Emily, Lady. ^e& Fitz- Gerald- Arnott. 

ARNOULD, Lady. 

Anne Pitcairn, dau. of llie late Major John William 
Carnegie, C.B. ; m. 1860, as 2nd wife. Sir Joseph 
Aruould, a Judge of the High Court of Judicature, 
Bombay, who was or. Knt. 1859, and d. 1886. 

ARRAN, Earl of (Arthur Jocelyn Charles 
Gore, K.P., P.O.).— Cr. 1762. 

Only son of .Arthur Saunders William Charles Fox, 
5th Earl, by his 1st wife the Hon. Edith, who d. 1871, 
2nd dau. of the late Viscount Jocelyn, and granddau. 
of Robert, 3rd Earl of Roden; 4. 1868; s. 1901 ; m. 
1902 Mathilde Jacqueline Maria Beauelerk, a Lady of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, only dau. 
of Baron Huyssen van Kattendyke, of The Hague. 
The Earl of Arran is H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. for co. 
Donegal, a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Louth, and Mayo, a 
J.P. for Hertfordshire, Capt. and Brevet Major ret., late 
Reserve of Officers, and a Knight of Grace of the Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem, and was formerly Lieut.- 
Col. Coram, the Contingents of the Officers' Training 
Corps, Territorial Force, located in Ireland, and previ- 
ously Capt. and Brevet Major R. Horse Guards ; 
sits in the House of Lords as Lord Sudley, U.K. (cr. 
imi).— Castle Gore, ISatUna, CO. Mayo; Hyde Hall, 
Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire ; Eavensdale Park, co. 
Louth; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; Bachelors', and Turf 
Clubs, w. ; E. Yacht Squadron, Cowes. 

Heir, his sou Arthur Paul John Charles James, Viscount 
Sudley, 6. 1903. 

ARRAN, Winifred Ellen, Countess of. 

Youngest dau. of John Reilly, Esq., of St. Brigid's, co. 
Dublin, who d. 1875, by the Hon. Augusta, who d. 
1903, youngest dau. of Edward Burtenshaw, IstLord St. 
Leonards ; m. 1 st 1 88 1 the Hon. John Montagu Stopford, 
Grenadier Guards, who d. 1886; 2ndly 1889, as 2nd 
wife, Arthur Saimders William Charles Fox, 5th Earl of 
Arran, K.P., who d. 1901. The Countess of Arran 
was Lady-in-Waiting to Princess Christian 1885-9. — 
Queen Anne's Mead, Windsor. 

ARROL, Lady. 

Elsie, 2nd dau. of the late James Robertson, Esq., of 
the National Bank of Scotland, London ; m. 1910, as 
his 3rd wife, Sir WiUiam Arrol, LL.D., F.R.E.S., a 
Contractor, a D.L. for Glasgow, and a J.P. for Ayrshire, 
who was Chief Contractor for the Forth Bridge, and 
the 2nd Tay Bridge, and M.P. for Ayrshire S. 1895- 
1906, and who was cr. Knt, 1890 and d. 1913.— 
Baron's Court, Bishop's Avenue, N.w. 

ARTHUR, Sir George Compton Archibald, 
Bart., M.V.O.— Cr. 1841. 
Elder son of Col. Sir Frederick Leopold Arthur, 2nd 
Bart., by Lady Elizabeth (who d. 1902, having m. 2nd 



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1883 the Rev. Ernest Edward Dugmore), 4th dau. of 
Thomas, 10th Earl of Kinnoull ; b. 1860; s. 1878; m. 
1898 Kato Harriet, dau. of the late Horatio Brandou, 
Esq., and widow of Arthur Raymond Yates, Esq. 
Sir George Arthur, who was educated at Eton and at 
Cli. Ch., Oxford, is an Hon. Capt. in the Army, an 
OfficiT of the Belgian Order of the Crown, and a 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, and was formerly 
' Lieut. Herts Imp. Yeo. ; Lieut. 2nd Life Guards, and 
Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa; previously Lieut. Herts 
Militia ; was Private Secretary to F.M. Karl 
Kitchener 1914-16 and a Staff Capt. 1914-18.— 
Marlborough, and Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; 23, The Boltons, 

Heir Pres,, his cousin Edward Malcolm, late Lieut. 4th Batt. 
S. Wales Borderers : elder son of George Arthur, E?q. 
(grandson of the 1st Bart.), who d. 1878, by Helen, who d. 
1878, dau. of Neale Thomson, Bsq., of Camphill, Kenfrew- 
shire ; i>. 1874. 

ARTHUR, Sir Allan, Knt.— Cr. 1900. 

Son of Allan Arthur, Esq., of Henry Monteith & Co., 
Glasgow, by Margaret Hamilton, dau. of the late Andrew 
Thomson, Esq., of Glasgow; b. 1857. Educated at 
Glasgow Academy and at Merchiston Castle School ; 
•was Sheriff of Calcutta 1889, President of the Bengal 
Chamber of Commerce 1894-1900, and a Member of 
the Legislative Council of the Viceroy of India 1898- 
1901. — Residence; Calcutta; Oriental Club, w. ; 
Western Club, Glasgow ; Bengal Club, Calcutta. 

ARTHUR, Charles William Augustus, Esq., 
of Glanomera, co. Clare. 
Elder S(m of Thomas Lucius Jervis Arthur, Esq., J. P., 
of Glanomera, who d. 1888, by Constance Helen (who 
m. 2ndly 1894 William Paumier, who d. 1902, eldest son 
of the late Right Hon. John Thomas Ball, LL.D.), only 
dau. of William Steele Studdert, Esq., J.P., of Keeper 
View, CO. Clare; h. 1882 ; m. 1904 Rose Violet, 3rd 
dau. of the late John Joseph Roche-Kelly, Esq., of 
Roekstown Castle, and Islandmore, co. Limerick, and 
has a son, »Lueius Charles Algernon, b. 1913. Mr. 
Arthur, who was formerly Capt. City of Limerick 
R.F.A., Special Reserve, and subsequently Capt. 5th 
Batt. R. Munster Fusiliers, is temp. Capt. R.G.A. — 
Glanomera, O'Brien's Bridge, co. Clare. 

ARTHUR, the Rev. William Wills, of Ather- 
ington, Devon. 
Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Freke Arthur, who d. 
1897, by Mary PriseiUa, who d. 1917, only child of the 
late John Wills, Esq., of Hawley House, Devon; b. 
1857 ; «i. 1880 Florence Blanche Mary, who d. 1913, 
dau. of William Startin, Esq., and has a son, * James 
Startiu Wills, appointed a Coroner and Commissioner 
of the Court of Requests for the Settlement of Penang 
1907, an Assistant District Judge and a Magistrate for 
Singapore 1908, and Second Assistant Protector of 
Chinese at Penang and subsequently at Singapore 
1911 ; educated at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1904, 
M.A. 1911) ; b. 1881. Mr. Arthur, who was educated 
at Marlborough and at Cains Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1879, M.A. 1898), is Rector of Atherington, Devon, and 
Lord of the Manor of Atherington.— .d^Aerin^'^on Rec- 
tory, Umberleigh R.S.O., Devon. 

ARTHUR. See Glenarthur, Lord. 

ARUNDEL, Sir Arundel Tagq, K.C.S.I.— 
Cr. 1904. 

Second son of William Tagg, Esq., formerly of New 
Barnet, who d. 1881, by Rachel Mary, who d. 1889 
dau. of the late Samuel Drew, Esq. ; b. 1843; m. 1876 



Catherine Helen, eldest dau. of the late James Duncan 
Sim, Esq., C.S.L, Madras Civil Service. Sir Arundel 
Arundel was educated at Univ. Coll. School and at Uni v. 
Coll., London (B.A. London 1863); entered the Indian 
Civil Service 1865 ; assumed the surname of Arundel 
1870 ; appointed Private Secretary to the Acting 
Governor of Madras 1875; President of the Madras 
Municipal Commission and a Fellow of Madras Univ. 
1880; District and Sessions Judge at Kistna, India, 
1885 ; Collector and Magistrate there 1887, a Member 
of the Board of Revenue 18^2 ; M.L.C. Madras 1894 ; 
Secretary to the Madras Government in the Revenue 
Department 1896, Chief Secretary 1897, and a Member 
of the Council 1898, and was a Member of the Council 
of the Governor-Gen. of India 1901-6, and Ch.airman 
in 1906 of a Committee of 4 Members of the Executive 
Council to consider Lord Minto's proposed reforms ; 
jointly recommended a Council of Ruling Chiefs and 
tlie inhirgeraent of Legislative Councils and, with one 
other Member, that an Indian should be admitted to 
the Executive Council ; is a J.P. for Surrey. — Glebe- 
fields, Edgeborough Road, Guildford. 



A RUN DELL OF WARDOUR, Lord (Edgar 
Clifford Arundell). — Cr. 1605. 

Second and elder surviving son of Tlieodore Arundell, 
Etq. (great great-grandson of Henry, 6th Lord), who 
d. 1868, by Maria Louisa, who d. 1907, 2nd dau. of the 
late John Hussey, Esq., of Nash Court, Dorsetshire ; 
b. 1859; s. his cousin the Rev Kverard Aloysius 
GonzagH, 13th Lord, 1907; m. 1895 Ellen, dau. of 
— , and widow of J. Melbourne Evans, Esq. Lord 
.'Vruudell of Wardour is a Count of the Holy Roman 
Empire, and a co-heir to the Barony of Dynham.— 
Wardour Castle, Tishurg, Wiltshire. 

Brir Pres., his brother Gerald Arthur, b. 1861 ; m. 1906 Ivy, 
only dau. of the late Capt. WilUam Francis Segraw, ris-t 
Higblanderp, and has, with other issue, a eon, ♦John 
Francis, h. 1907. 

ARUNDELL OP WARDOUR, Anne Luct, 
Lady. 

Elder dau. of John Errington, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
High Warden, Northumberland, who d. 1878, by his 
1st wife Anne Mary, wlio d. 1842, 3rd dau. of the late 
Vincent Henry Eyre, Esq., of Highfield, Derbyshire ; 
m. 1862 John Francis, 12th Lord Arundell of Wardour, 
vihod.s.p. 1906. — Residence: Wardour Castle, Tisbury, 
WUtshire. 

ARUNDELL. See Galway. 

ASH, of Ashbrook. See Bercsford-Ash. 

ASHBOURNE, Lord (William Gibson).— 

Cr. 1885. 

Eldest son of Edward, 1st Lord, P.C., formerly Lord 

Chancellor of Ireland, by Frances Maria Adelaide, 2nd 

dau. of the late Henry Cope CoUes, Esq., Barrister-at- 

Law; b. 1868; s. 1913; ?«. 1896 Marianne, dau. of 

the late Mons. Henry Roger Conquerr^ de Monbrison, 

of Paris. Lord .4shbourne, who was educated at 

Harrow, at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 18—), and 

at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1892, M.A. 1898), is a 

Magistrate for cos. Meath and Dublin. — Residence : 

Moorhurst, Holmwood, Surrey ; Athenceuin Club, s.w. 

Meir Prts., his brother Edward Graves Mayne, a Magistrate 

for the CO. and for the Oity ol Dublin ; late Lieut. 5th Batt. 

Leinster Eegt. ; called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 

1901; educated at Wellington Ooll., at Trinity Coll., 

Cambridge (B.A. 1897, M.A. 1900), and at Trinity Coll., 

Dublin (BA. 1897, M.A. 1901); b. 1873; m. 1900 Mary 

Philips, dau. of the late Henry Russell Greg, Esq., of Lod« 

Hill, Cheshire, and has, with other issue, a son, • Edward 

Rnsaell, b. leoi. 



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ASHBROOK, Viscount (Llowaech Robert 
Flower, F.Z.S.J— Cr. 1751. 
Elder son of EobtrL Thomas, 8tli Viscount, by Gertrude 
Sophia, who d. 1911, youngest dau. of the late Eev. 
Sewell Hamilton, of Bath ; h. 1870 ; s. 1919; m. 1899 
Gladys Lucille Beatricf, youngest dau. of Gc^n. Sir 
George Wentworth Alexander Higginson, G.C.B., of 
Gylderuscroft, Bucks. Viscount Ashbrook, who was 
formerly Lieut. 4th Batt. Leinster Eegt., is a J. P. aud 
D.L. for Queeu'.s Co. (High Sheriff 1919).- C«sf/e 
Durrow, Durrow, Queen's Co. ; Carlton Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son Desmond Llowarch Edw.iid, b. 10U6. 

ASHBURNER. Seei\-!>. 

ASHBURNHAM, Earl of (Thomas Ashburn- 
ham).— Cr. 1730. 
Fifth son of Bertram, 4th Earl, who d. 1878, by Lady 
Catherine Charlotte, -nho d. 1894, 4th dau. of the late 
George Baillie, Esq., of Mellerstain, Koxburghshire, 
aud of Jerviswoode, Lanarkshire, and sister of George, 
10th Earl of Haddington; b. 1855; s. his brother 
Bertram, 5th Earl, 1913; m. 1903 Maria Elizabeth, 
2nd dau. of W. H. Anderson, Esq., of Fredericton, 
New Brunswick. The Earl of Ashburnham, who was 
educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, was formerly 
Capt. 7th Hussars and A.D.C. to Lords Lieut, of 
Ireland 1895-6 ; has the Order of the Medjidie, 6th 
Class. — Ashburnham Place, Battle, Sussex ; Pembrct/ , 
Carmarthenshire; Barking Hall, Keedkam Market, 
Suffolk; Fredericton, New Brunswick. 

ASHBURNHAM, Lady. 

Urith Amelia, 3rd dau. of the late Capt. George Bohun 
Martin, E.N., C.B., of East Bridgford, Nottingham- 
shire; m. 1864 Sir Cromer Ashburnham, a Major-Gen. 
ret., and Col. Commandant 3rd Batt. King's R. RiHe 
Corps, who was an A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria 
1882-6, and Adjutant and Quartermaster-Gen. S.E. 
Dist. 1884-6, who had the Order of the Medjidie, 3rd 
Class, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1882 and rf. 1917.— 165, 
Coleherne Court, S. Kensington, s.w. 

ASHBURNHAM-CLEMENT, Sir Anchitel 
Piers, Bart., of Broomham, Sussex. — Cr. 
1661. 

Eldest son of Sir Anchitel Ashburnham, 8th Bart., by 
Isabella, who d. 1907, eldest dau. of the late Capt. 
George Bohun Martin, E.N., C.B., of East Bridgford, 
Nottinghamshire; b. 1861; s. 1899; m. 1895 Eliza- 
beth Ellen, dau. of the late George Barry Clement, Esq., 
of Silverhill, Sussex. Sir Anchitel Ashburnhara- 
Clement, who assumed the additional surname of 
Clement by royal license 1899, is a Magistrate fo: 
Sussex. — Broomham Park, Hastings; Agmerhurst, 
Ashburnham, Battle, Sussex. 

Beir Pres., his brother Reginald (Ashburnham), 6. 1865, 

ASHBURTON, Lord (Francis Denzil Edward 
Baring).— Cr. 1835. 

Eldest son of Alexander Hugh, 4th Lord, by the Hon 
Leonora Caroline, 2nd dau. of Edward St. Vincent, 9th 
Lord Uigby ; *. 1866; s. 1889 ; m. 1st 1889 the Hon. 
Mabel Edith Hood, who d. 1904, eldest dau. of Francis 
"Wheler, 4th Viscount Hood ; 2ndly 1906 Frances, dau. 
of James Carroll Donnelly, Esq., of New York, U.S.A. 
Lord Ashburton, who was educated at Eton, is a D.L. 
for Hampshire, Major ret., late Hampshire (Carabiniers) 
Yeo., and Patron of 4 livings. — The Grange, Alresford, 
Hampshire; Cavalry, and Tnrf Clubs, w. ; Carlton 
Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son Alexander Francis St. Vincent, Lieut. 2nd 
Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) ; educated at Eton and at the 
R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; i. 1898. 



ASHCOMBE, Lord (Henry Cubitt, C.B.).— 

Cr. 1892. 
Youngest and only surviving son of George, 1st Lord, 
P.O., by Laura, who d. 1904, dau. of the late Rev. 
James Joyce, Vicar of Dorking; b. 1867; .'. 1917; m. 
1890 Maud Mariamne, younger dau. of the late Col. 
Archibald Mottcux Calvert, of Oekley Court, Surrey. 
Lord Ashcombe, who was educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1893), is 
H.M.'s Lieut, and a J. P. for Surrey, Lieut.-Col. and 
Hon. Col. ret., late Comm. Surrey (Queen Mary's 
Eegt.) Yeo., T.D., and Hon. Commandant SuiTey 
Vol. Regt., and was M.P. for Surrey, Reigate Div., 
1892-1906.— 7>en6ics, Dorking; Fallapit, H. Allington, 
8. Devon; Carlton, and Wellington Clubs, s.w. 

Heir, his son Roland Calvert, h. 1899. 

ASHE, Miss, of Laiigley House, Wilts. 

Thermuthis Mary, eldest dau. of the Eev. Robert 
Martyn Ashe, J.P., of Langley House, who cf. 1885, 
by Letitia, dau. of Capt. Daly. Miss Ashe is Patron 
of 1 Wv'mg.— Langley House, near Chippenham. 
Co-heiresses Pres., her sisters Emily aud Lucy. 

ASHFORDBY-TRENCHARD, John, Esq., of _ 
Stanton House, Wilts. 
Only son of the Rev. John Trenchard Craven Ash- 
fordby-Trenchard, of Stanton House, who d. 1851, by 
Mary Elizabeth Jane, who d. 1863, only dau. of the 
late Rev. Samuel Davies ; *. 1843 ; m. 1867 Augusta, 
who d. 1905, only child of the late Rev. Henry Robert 
Fowler, and has, with other issue, a son, * John Henry 
Mohun, b. 1868; m. 1st 1893 Mary Adelaide, who 
d.s.p. 1908, dau. of the late Eev. Francis Marmaduke 
Eowden.M.A., formerly Eeetor of StantonFitzwarren, 
Wiltshire ; 2ndly 1917 Amy Fane, dau. of the late Edwy n 
Collier AVhittenbury, Esq., of Brighton, Australia, and 
widow of Terril Wakem Pearce, Esq. Mr. Ashfordby- 
Trenchard is Patron of 1 living. —Residence : The 
Great Wood, Northaw, Hertfordshire. 

ASHHURST, William Henry, Esq., of 
Waterstock, Oxfordshire. 
Eldest son of John Heniy Ashhurst, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of AA^aterstock, who d. 1885, by Elizabeth, 5th dau. of 
the late Thomas Duffield, Esq., M.P., of Marcham 
Park, Berks ; b. 1861; m. 1882 Catherine Sophia, who 
d. 1890, younger dau. of the late Arthur Henry Gierke 
Brown, Esq., of Kingston Bloimt, Oxfordshire, and has 
2 daus. Mr. Ashhurst is a J.P., D.L. and Chairman 
(from 1911) of the G.C. for Oxfordshire (High Sheriff 
1891), and Patron of 1 living.— Waterstock, Whcatley, 
Oxfordshire ; Carlton Club, s.w. 



ASHLEY, Lord. 



See under Shaftesbury, Earl of. 

William James, Knt. 



ASHLEY, Professor Si 
— Cr. 1917. 

Eldest son of James Ashley, Esq., of Ewell, Surrey, 
who d. 1911, by Jane, dau. of the late Jonathan Short, 
Esq. ; h. 1860 ; m. 1888 Annie Margaret, eldest dau. of 
the late George Birkbeek Hill, Esq., D.C.L., of Oxford. 
Sir 'William Ashley, who was educated at St. Olave's 
School, Southwark, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1881, M.A. 1885), was Fellow of Lincoln Colh, 
Oxford, and History Lecturer at Lincoln and C.C. 
Colls. 1885-8; Professor of Political Economy 
Toronto Univ. 1888-92, and of Economic History at 
Harvard Univ. 1892-1901 ; Examiner for Cambridge 
Historical Tripos 1899 and 1911, for Economics 
Tripos 1907-8, for Economics London Univ. 1907-11 
and Univ. of Wales 1911, and for Commerce Univ. of 
Ireland 1913-15 ; President of the Economic Section 
British Association 1907, and of the Economic 



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History Section of International Historical Congress 
1913, and a Member of the Departmental Committee 
on Coal Prices 1915, of the Huth Jackson Committee 
1916, of the Departmental Committee on Food Prices 
1916, of the K. Society Food Committee 1915-17 and 
of the Sumner Committee on Working Classes Cost of 
Living 1918; has been Professor of Commerce at 
Birmingham Univ. since 1901, Dean of the Faculty of 
Commerce there since 1902 and Vice-Principal since 
1918 ; is the Author of many works. — 3, Yateiey Road. 
Edgbaston, Birmingham ; The University, Birmingham ; 
Union Club, Birmingham. 

ASHLEY, Lionel Owen Randolph, Esq., of 
Plas Caer Groes, CyflFty, and Pencraig, 
Denbighshire. 
Only child of George Randolph Ashley, Esq., J. P., of 
Cyfily, and Pencraig, who d. 1916, by Alice Louisa, 
who d. 1897, only child of the late Robert Owen 
Davies, Lsq., of Cyffty, and Pencraig; b. 1883; m. 
1907 Marjorie Ruthven Bodvel, only child oflhe Rev. 
Charles Uodvel Griflith, M.A., Rector of Bishopstone, 
Herefordshire, and, has with other issue, a eon, *Ian 
Aubrey Ruthven, /). 1910. Mr. Ashley, who was 
educated at Malvern Coll. and at Merton Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1911), is a Magistrate for Denbighshire and for 
Carnarvonshire, and Patron of Stretton Sugwas, Here, 
fordshire. — Plas Caer Groes, Llanrwst, Denbighshire ; 
Ftayhead, Canford Cliffs, Bournemouth. 

ASHLEY, Lieut.-Col. Wilfeid William, of 
Broadlands, Hampshire; of Classiebawn 
Castle, CO. Sligo ; and of The Grove, Stan- 
more, Middlesex. 
Elder son of the Right Hon. Anthony Evelyn 
Melbourne Ashley, M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Broad- 
lands, and of Classiebawn, who d. 1907, by his 1st 
wife Sybella Charlotte, who d. 1886, 2nd dau. of Sir 
Walter Rockcliff Farquhar, 3rd Bart. ; 6.1867; w. 1st 
1901 Maud, who <f. 1911, only child of the Right Hon. 
Sir Ernest Joseph Cassel, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., 
of Moulton Paddocks. Suffolk, and of Six Mile Bottom, 
Cambridgeshire; 2ndly 1914 the Hon. Muriel Emily 
Forbes-Sempill, eldest dau. of the Rev. Walter Spencer, 
M.A., Fownhope Court, Hereford, and has by his 1st 
marriage 2 daus. Lieut-Col . Ashley, who was educated 
at Harrow and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford, and was 
formerly Lieut. Grenadier Guards, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for Hampshire, an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, Capt. 
and Hon. Major late 3rd Batt. Hampshire Regt., 
Chairman of the Reconstruction Society and of the 
Executive Committee of the Comrades of the Great 
War and Deputy President of the Navy League ; was 
temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. 20th (Service) Batt. King's 
Liverpool Regt. 1914-15, sat as M.P. for the Black- 
pool Div. of N. Lancashire 1906-18 and has sat for 
the Fylde Biv. of Lancashire since 1918. — Broad- 
lands, Ramsey, Hampshire ; Classiebawn Castle, co. 
Sligo; The Grove, Sianmore, Middlesex; Travellers', 
Carlton, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. 

ASHLEY-COOPER. See Shaftesbury. 

ASHMAN, Eliza, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Frederick George Lorenzen, Esq., 
of Bristol; m. 1874 Sir Herbert Ashman, 1st Bart, 
(cr. 1907, ext.), who d. 1914. 

ASHMAN, Alice Ethel, Lady. 

Eldest dau. of the late William Ansell Todd, Esq., 
J.P. of Portishead, Somerset; m. 1898 Sir Frederick 
Herbert Ashman, 2nd and last Bart. (cr. 1907), who 
d. 1916. — Clarence Croft, Weston-super-Mare. 



ASHMEAD-BARTLETT, Lady. 

Frances Christine, dau. of Henry Edward Walsh, 
Esq. ; m. 1874 Sir Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett, who was 
formerly an Inspector of Schools, a Lord of the 
Admiralty 1885-6 and 1886-92, M.P. for Eye 1880-5 
and for Sheffield (Eccleshall Div.) 1885-1902, and 
who was cr. Kut. 1892 and d. 1902. 

ASHMORE, Lady. 

Dorothy Emily Augusta, youngest dau. of the Rev. 
Charles John Kenward Shaw, Vicar of Newington, 
Kent, who d. 1875, by Julia Elizabeth, who d. 1905, 
dau. of the late Capt. John Harvey Boteler, R.N. ; m. 
1897 Sir Alexander Murray Ashmore, who served in 
the Ceylon Civil Service 1876-1893, was Acting Colo, 
nial Secretary, Gold Coast, 1894; Receiver-Gen. and 
Chief Collector of Customs and Excise, Cyprus, 1895- 
1901 ; Government Secretary, British Guiana, 1901-4 ; 
Colonial Secretary and Lieut.-Gov. of Ceylon 1904-6, 
and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1905 and d. 1906.-91, 
Victoria Street, s.w. 

A.SHTON, Lord (James Williamson).— Cr. 

1895. 

Second son of James Williamson, Esq., of Parkfield, 
Lancashire, who d. 1 879, by Eleanor, whod. 1888, dau. 
of the late Leonard Miller, Esq. ; b. 1842 ; m. 1st 1869 
Margaret, who d. 1877, dau. of the late Joseph Gatey, 
Esq., of Keswick ; 2ndly 1880 Jessy Henrietta, who 
d. 1904, dau. of the late James Stewart, Esq., of 
Clapham, Yorkshire; 3rdly 1909 Florence Maude, 
eldest dau. of the late Rev." R. Daniel, B.D., Vicar of 
Osbaldwick, Yorkshire, and widow of Col. Joseph 
Lawson Whalley, of Richmond House, Lancashire, 
and has a dau., Eleanor (Ella), m. 1899 the Hon. 
William Robert Wellesley Peel (whom see under Peel, 
Viscount). Lord Ashton is a J.P. for co. London, and 
a J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire (High Sheriff 1885), 
and was M.P. for the Lancaster Div. 1886-95. — Bye- 
lands, Lancaster ; Ashton Hall, Lancaster ; Alford 
House, Prince's Gate, s.w. 

ASHTON OP HYDE, Lord (Thomas Gair 
Ashton).— Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of Thomas Ashton, Esq., of Hyde and of 
Ford Bank, Lancashire, who d. 1898, by Elizabeth, who 
d. 1914, dau. of the late Samuel Stillman Gair, Esq., 
of Penketh Hall, Lancashire; b. 1855; m. 1886 Eva 
Margaret, dau. of John Henry James, Esq., J.P., of 
Kingswood, Hertfordshire. Lord Ashton of Hyde, who 
was educated at Rugby and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1878, M.A. 1882), and was M.P. for Cheshire (Hyde 
Div.) 1885-6, and for S. Bedfordshire 1895-1911, is 
a Magistrate for Lancashire, for Cheshire, and for 
.Sussex. — Hyde, Cheshire ; Vinehall, Eohertsbridge, 
Sussex; Brooks's, Athenceum, and Reform Clubs, s.w.; 
39, Prince's Gardens, s.w. 

Heir, Ills son Thomas Henry Eaymond, b. 1901. 



-f ASHTON, the Right Hon. Thomas. 

B. 1844 ; m. 1865 . Mr. Ashton was formerly a 

Coalmiuer ; is a J.P. and has been Gen. Secretary of 
the Miners' Federation since 1889 and joint Secretary 
of the Conciliation Bo;ird for the English and N. Wales 
Federated Area since its formation 1894.— 1461, 
Ashton Old Road, Manchester. 



ASHTON, Sir Ralph Percy, Knt.— Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of Ralph Shorrock Ashton, Esq., J.P., of 
Lee, Kent, who d. 1918, by Betsy, who d. 1905, 
eldest dau. of the late James Shorrock, Esq., J.P., 
of Darwen, Lancashire; b. 1860; m. 1900 Emma, 
dau. of the late Robert Francis Eendel, Esq., of 
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Kingston House, Devonshire. Sir Raljjh Ashton , 
■who was educated at Uppingham and at Owens 
Coll., Manchester, was formerly Major Cossipore 
Art. Vols., an Additional M.L.C. of India 1901 and 
1902, and President of the Mining and Geological 
Institute of India 1911, and is Major Territorial 
Force Reserve. — Beechwood, Eeigate ; cjo Kilbum, 
Brown ^ Co., Orient House, New Broad Street, e.c. ; 
Savage Club, w.c. ; Bengal Club, Calcutta. 

ASHTON, Chaeles, Esq., F.R.G.S., of Litcli- 
ford, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of Samuel Ashton, Esq., J.P., of Prest- 
wich, who d. 1867, by Alice, dau. of the late S. Tudor, 
Esq.; *. 18S8; m. 1st 1867 Ada Mary, who d. 1870, 
dau. of the late Nicholas Edward Hurst, Esq. ; 2ndly 
1872 Josephine, who d. 1911, 2nd dau. of the late 
Robert Henty, Esq., of Nazeing, Essex; 3rdly 1913 
Frances de Satur, 3rd dau. of the late Henry Smythe, 
Esq., of Newtown, co. Louth, and has, with other issue, 

* Laurence Howarth, i. 1877. Mr. Ashton, who was 
educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1863, M.A. 
1866), and was formerly in the 12th Lancers, is a 
Magistrate for cos. Leicester and Herts ; late Lieut. 
Leicestershire Yeo. Cav. — Residence : The Grove, 
Bournemouth. 

ASHTON, Mrs., of Heyscroft, Lancashire. 
Letitia Mary, dau. of William Kessler, Esq., of 
Manchester, who a!. 1901, by Letitia Sarah, who (i. 1869, 
dau. of the late Wainwright Bellhouse, Esq.; m. 1886 
William Mark Ashton, Esq., of Heyscroft, a J.P. for 
Cheshire, who d. 1895, leaving, with other issue, a son, 

* Samuel Edgar, Capt. Clieshire Yeo. ; educated at 
Winchester and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1912) ; b. 
1888 ; m. 1911 Violet Marion, dau. of William John 
Birch-Reynardson, Esq., of Adwell House, Oxfordshire, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * John Lawrence, 
b. 1912. — Heyscroft, West Didsbury, Manchester. 

ASHTON, Robert How, Esq., of Losehill 
Hall, Derbyshire. 

Only son of the late Robert How Ashton, Esq., of 
Castleton; b. 1837 ; m. 1866 Thomasine, who d. 1914, 
dau. of the late Joseph Hall, Esq., of Castleton. Mr. 
Ashton is a J.P. and was formerly a C. Aid. for Derby- 
shire. — Losehill Hall, Castleton, Derbyshire. 

ASHTON. See Shorrock. 

ASHTOWN, Lord (Frederick Oliver Trench). 
— Cr. 1800. 
Eldest son of the Hon. Frederick Sidney Charles 
Trench, of Sopwell Hall, co. Tipperary, who d. 1879, 
by Lady Anne, eldest dau. of William 3rd Earl of Clan- 
carty ; b. 1868 ; s. his grandfather Frederick, 2nd Lord, 
1880 ; m. 1894 Violet Grace, youngest dau. of Col. 
Robert Ashworth Godolphin Cosby, of Stradbally Hall, 
Queen's Co. Lord ABhtown,who was educated at Eton 
and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Galway, and a J.P. for co. Waterford ; was a Rep. 
resentative Peer of Ireland 1908-15. — Woodlawn, co. 
Galway ; Glenahiry Lodge, co. Waterford ; Carlton 
Club, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 



ASHWIN, James, Esq., of Bretforton Manor, 
Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of William Henry Ashwin, Esq., of Bretfor- 
ton Manor, who d. 1892, by Gwenelin, dau. of the 
late John Prys Eyton, Esq., of Plas Llanerchymor, 
Flintshire; b. 1860; m. 1890 Clara, dau. of the late 



George Watson, Esq., of Donisthorpe House, York- 
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * diaries Watson, 
b. 1902. Mr. Ashwin, who was educated at Eton, is a 
Magistrate for Worcestershire (High Slierifif 1914) 
and for Gloucestershire, and Lord of the Manor of 
Bretforton and Aldington. — Bretforton Manor, Honey- 
bourne S.O.. Worcestershire. 

ASHWORTH, Philip Henrt, Esq., formerly of 
Horsley Hal], Denbighshire. 
Only son of Alfred Ashworth, Esq., J.P., of Horsley 
Hall, who d. 1910, by Edith Alice, who d. 1904, eldest 
dau. of the late Frederick Bower, Esq., of West Dean 
Park, Sussex; b. 1885; m. 1909 Dorothy Muriel 
Crichton, younger dau. of Sir William Vincent, 12th 
Bart., of Stoke D'Abernon, Surrey, and has, with other 
issue, a son, Ivo Vincent, b. 1910. Mr. Ashworth, who 
was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 
1908, M.A. 1912), and was formerly Lieut. Cheshire 
Yeo., is a J.P. for Denbighshire (High Sherifif 1913), 
Lieut, and temp. Capt. Grenadier Guards, Special 
Reserve, and a Cavalier of the Italian Order of the 
Crown; appointed A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of 
Connaught 1917. — Carlton, and Guards' Clubs, s.w. 

ASKE, Sir Robert William, Kut., LL.D.— 
Cr. 191L 

Only son of Edward Aske, Esq., of HuU; b. 1872; 

TO. 18— , who d. 1918, dau. of . 

Sir Robert Aske, who was educafed at Hull (LL.D. 
London Univ. 1900), admitted a Solicitor 1894, and 
called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1914, was a 
Solicitor at Hull 1894-1914, and is a J.P. for Hull, 
Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve, late Comm. 5th (Cyclist) 
Batt. E. Yorkshire Regt., T.D., and the Author of 
" The Law of Custom of Trade."— T.^* Park, Hull, 
Yorkshire : National Liberal Club, s.w. 

+ ASELEW, Henry Hugh, Esq., of Glenrid- 
ding, Westmorland. 
Elder son of Henry William Askew, Esq., J.P., of Glen- 
ridding, of Couishead Priory, Lancashire, and of Bur- 
wood Park, Surrey, who d. 1 890, by Lucy, Irho d. 1887, 
3rd dau. of the late Right Rev. the Hon. Hugh Percy, 
D.D., Bishop of Carlisle; b. 1847; m. 1868 Mary 
Edith Montague, who d. 1893, eldest dau. of the 
late Rev. Oetavius Friere Owen.M.A., and has issue, 
2 daus. Mr. Askew was formerly in the 6th Dragoon 
G uards. — Glenridding, Penrith. 

ASKEW, Miss, of Burwood Park, Surrey. 

Frances Louisa, only surviving dau. of Henry 
William Askew, Esq., J.P., of Bui-wood Park, of 
Couishead Priory, Lancashire, and of Glenridding, 
Westmorland, who d. 1890, by Lucy, who d. 1887, 3rd 
dau. of the late Right Rev. the Hon. Hugh Percy, 
D.D., Bishop of Ca.T\\8\t.—Burwood Park, Walton-on- 
Thames, Surrey. 

ASKEW-ROBERTSON, the Hon. Mrs., of 
Ladykirk, Berwickshire. 
Sarah, elder dau. of David, 1st and only Loi-d 
Marjoribanks, of Ladykirk, who d. 1873, by Marianne 
Sarah, who d. 1889, eldest dau. of Sir Thomas 
Haggerston, 6th Bart.; m. 1856 Watson Askew- 
Eobertson, Esq., of PalUnsburn, Northumberland, a J.P. 
and D.L. for Northumberland (High .Sheriflf 1863) and 
for Berwickshire, who assumed the additional surname 
of Robertson by royal license 1889 and d. 1906, and 
has, with 2 other sons and 2 daus., * David Hugh 
Watson, eldest surviving son, a Magistrate for Berwick- 
shire, and for Northumberland (High Sheriflf 1912), 
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1888, educated 
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Haggerston (Askew), 2nd surviving son, educated at 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1892), b. 1868, m. 1903 
Katheriue Marjorie Strathearn, eldest dau. of tlie Hon. 
John Edward Gordon. Mrs. Askew-Eobertson «. her 
mother 1S89. —Ladi/iir/c, Berwickshire. 

ASK WITH, Lord (George Ranken Askwith, 
K.C.B., K.C).— Cr. 1919. 

Second son of Gen. William Harrison Askwith, Col, 
Commandant R.A., who d. 1899, by Elizabeth, who d. 
1914, dau. of the late George Ranken, Esq. ; b. 1861 ; m. 
1908 Ellen, C.B.E., 2nd dau. of the late Archibald 
Peel, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Westlea, Hertfordshire, 
and widow of iVlajor Henry Graham, late 20th Hussars, 
and has a dau., Betty Ellen. Lord Askwith, who was 
educated at Marlborough and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 
188i, M.A. 1887, Hon. Fellow 1919, Hon. D.G.L. 
Oxford 1912), called to the Bar at the Inner and 
Middle Temples 1886, and appointed a K.C. 1908, is a 
J.P. for St. Ives (Mayor 1914) and a Comm. of 
the Belgian Order of the Crown; has frequently 
acted as Arbitrator and Conciliator in trade disputes ; 
was a Counsel in the Anglo- Venezuelan Arbitra- 
tion in Paris 1899, Counsel to H.M.'s Commissioners 
of Works and for the Crown in Peerage Claims 1 900-7, 
Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trade, Railway 
Department, 1907-9, British Plenipotentiary to the 
International Copyright Conference at Berlin 1908, 
Comptroller-Gen. Labour and Statistical Departments, 
Board of Trade, 1909-11, Chairman of the Fair Wages 
Advisory Committee 1909-19, of the Industrial Council 
1911-13, and of the Committee on Production under 
the Munitions of War Acts 1915-17, and Chief 
Industrial Commis.sioner, Ministry of Labour,1911-19 ; 
appointed by the Government to inquire into the Laboiir 
Legislation in Canada 1912, and has been Steward of 
H.M.'s Manor of the Savoy since 1S97.— Oak Knoll, 
Sunningdale, Berkshire ; Aikenceum, mid United 
University Clubs, s.w. ; 12, Hans Crescent, s.w. 

ASPINALL, Sir John Audlet Pkederick, 
Knt, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E.— Cr. 
1917. 

Second son of John Bridge Aspinall. Esq., Q.C., Re- 
oorderof Liverpool, who d. 1886, by Bertlia Wyatt, who 
d. 1887, dau. of the late John Audley Jee, Esq., of Liver- 
pool; b. 1851 ; m. 1874 Gertrude Helen, 2nd dau. of 
the late Francis Scln-ader, Esq., of Liverp.jol. Sir John 
Aspinall, who was i.lucatid at Biauiiiunt Coll. (Hon. 
M.Eng. Liverp.jol Univ.). is a Knight of Gracr of the 
Order of St. John of .Iirusairm, a Knight of the Belgian 
Order of Leopold, Lieut-Col. Engineer and Railway 
Staff Corps, R.E , T.F., T.D., Past President of the Insti- 
tution of iVIechanical Engineers, and President of the 
Institution of Civil Engineers ; was Gen. Manager of 
the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 1899-1919. — 
Gledhill, Mossley Hill Drive, Stfton I'ark, Liverpool; 
Union Club, s.w. ; University Club, Liverpool. 

ASPINALL, Major John Ralph, of Standen 
Hall, and Mytton Hall, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of Col. Ralph John A-spinall, J.P. and D.L., 
late 3rd and 4th Batts. R. Lancaster Regt., of Standen 
Hall, and Mytton Hall, who d. 1913, by Mabel 
Federica Frances Baynes, youngest dau. of the late 
Robert Lloyd Jones-Parry, Esq., of Aberdunant, 
Carnarvonshire, and of Plas Tregayan, co. Anglesey ; 
6. 1878; m. 1901 Florence Augusta, 3rd dau. of the 
late Col. George Blucher Heneage Marton, of Capern- 
wray Hall, Lancashire. Major Aspinall, who was 
educated at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is 
a Magistrate for Lancashire and Major Territorial 
Force Reserve, late Lancashire Hussars Yeo.. now on 
Special Government duty. — Standen Hall, Clitheroe, 
Lancashire; Cavalry Club, w. 



ASSER, Lieut.-Gen. Sir (Joseph) John, 
K.C.M.G.,K.C.V.O., C.B.— Cr. K.C.V.O. 
1917, K.C.M.G. 1918. 

Eldest son of Samuel Bayly Verney Asser, Esq., of 
Wustwood Place, Windlesham, Surrev, who d. 1917, by 
Charlotte Westwood, dau. of the late William Wren, 
Esq., of Stockton-on-Tees; b. 1867; m 1901 Leila, 
dau. of the late James Wotherspoon, Esq., of New 
York, U.S.A. Sir John Asser is a Lieut.-Gen. late 
Dorsetshire Regt., and a Comm. of the Legion of Honour ; 
was A.D.C. to the Gen. Officer Comm. in Egypt 1892; 
served with the Egyptian Army 1897-1914 ; was Ad- 
jutant-Gcn. thereof 1907-14; a Commandant on the 
Lines of Communications, France, 1914-15 ; a Base 
Commandant, France, 1915-16, and Gen. Officer Comm. 
Linesof Communications Area 1916-17; appointed Gen. 
Officer Comm. thcBritisli Ai-mies in France and Belgium 
1919 ; has the Orders of the Osmanieh, 2nd Class, 
Medjidie, 2nd Class, The Crown of Belgium (Comm.), 
Si. Anne of Russia, 3rd Class, the Sacred Treasure of 
Japan, 2nd Class, Merite Agricole of France, the Cross 
of Ajiz of Portugal, and the Belgian Croix de Guerre. 
— Darenth Tower, ]Vesterham, Kent; Naval and 
Military Club, w. 

ASQUITH, the Right Hon. Herbert Henrv, 
K.C, F.R.S. 

Second son of the late Joseph Dixon Asquitli, Esq., 
of Mirfield, Yorkshire, by Emily, dau. of the late 
William Willans, E.sq., of Huddersfleld ; b. 1852 ; m. 1st 
1877 Helen Kelsall, who d. 1891, elder dau. of the late 
Frederick Melland, Esq., of Manchester; 2ndly 1894 
Emma Alice Margaret, 6th dau. of Sir Charles Tennant, 
1st Bart. Mr. Asquith was educated at the City of 
London School and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, of which 
he was formerly a Fellow (B.A. 1874, Hon. Fellow 
1908, Hon. LL.D. Etlinburgh and Glasgow 1907, 
Cambridge 1908, Leeds 1910, St. Andrews 1911, 
and Aberdeen and Bristol 1912, Hon. D.C.L. Ox- 
ford 1904 and Durham 1913); called to the Bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1876 ; appointed a Q.C. 1890, and elected 
a Bencher 1894; is an Elder Brother of Trinity 
House; was Secretary of State for the Home Depart- 
ment 1892-5; Chancellor of the Exchequer 1905-8, 
Lord Rector of Glasgow Univ. 1905-8 and of Aberdeen 
Univ. 1908-ll,Secretary ofStatefor Warand President 
of the Army Council Mareh-Aug. 1914, and Prime 
Minister and First Lord of the Treasury 1908-16; 
appointed an Ecclesiastical Commissioner 1892; sat 
as M.P. for E. Fifeshire 1886-1918.— '/"Ac Wharf, 
Sutton Coitrtney ; AthentFum, Brooks's, Reform, and 
national Liberal Clubs, s.w. ; 20, Cavendish Square, w. 

ASSHETON, Ralph Cockayne, Esq., of Down- 
ham Hall, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of Ralph Assheton, Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., 
of Downham Hall, who d. 1907, by Emily Augusta, 
who d. 1916, 4th dau. of the late Joseph Feilden, Esq., 
of Witton Park, Lancashire ; 6.1860; m. 1898 Mildred 
Estelle Sybella, 2nd dau. of the late John Henry Master, 
Esq., J.P., of Petersham, Surrey, and has, with other 
issue, a son, * Ralph, b. 1901. Mr. Assheton, who was 
educated at Eton and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge, is a 
J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for Lancashire (High Sheriff' 
1919), a J.P. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, a 
Director of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Co., 
and Lord of the Manor of Downham. — Downham 
Hall, Clitheroe; Carlton Club, s.w. 

ASSHETON-SMITH, Lady. 

Sybil Mary, 2nd dau. of Lieut. -Col. Henry William 
Verschoyle, Grenadier Guards, of Killbery, eo. Kil- 
dare, who d. 1870, by Lucy Clarissa, who d. 1901, 
3rd dau. of the late Ambrose Goddard, Esq., M.P., of 



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The Lawn, Swindon, Wiltshire ; m. 1902, as his 3rd 
•wife, Sir Charles Garden Assheton-Smith, 1st Bart., 
J.P. and D.L., who assumed that surname in lieu of 
Duff by royal license 1905 and d. 1914, leaving issue 
(see Buff). — Vaynol, Bangor. 



ASTBURY, tlie Hon. Sir John Meie, Knt.— 
Cr. 1913. 

Eldest sou of Frederick James Astbury, Esq., J.P., of 
Hilton Tark, Lancashire, who d. 1901, by Margaret, 
who d. 1894, dau. of the late John Munn, Esq., of 
Manchester; b. 1860; m. 1888 Evelyn, eldest dau. of 
the late Paul Susmann, Esq., of Manchester. Sir John 
Astbury, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1882, M.A. and B.C.L. 1886), called to the Bar 
at the Middle Temple 1884, appointed a QL.C. 1896, 
and elected a Bencher 1903, was M.P. for the Southport 
Div. of S.W. Lancashire 1906-Jan. 1910, and has 
been a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Chancery 
Div., since \9U.—TurviUe Court, Henley-on-Thames ; 
Athenieum, and Eeform Clubs, s.w. ; 8, Prince's Gate, 



ASTELL, Richard John Veeeker, Esq., of 
Woodbury Hall, Cambridgeshire ; and 
Great Houghton, Northamptonshire. 
Only son of William Harvey Astell, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
Lieut. Grenadier Guards, of Woodbury Hall and Great 
Houghton, who d. 1896, by the Hon. Elizabeth Maria 
(who m. 2ndly 1 902 Philip, 3rd Lord De L'Isle and 
Dudley), 4th dau. of Standish Prendergnst, 4th Viscount 
Gort; b. 1890. Educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1915); appointed an Attach^ in the 
Diplomatic Service 1913, and a 3rd Secretary 1915. — 
British Legation, Tehran, Persia. 

ASTLBY, John Beaumont LUDPORD-, Esq., 
of Ansley Hall, Warwickshire. 
Second son of the Eev. Benjamin Buckler Gifford 

' Ludford-Astley, Kector of Cadeby, Leicestershire, who 
d. 1897, and elder son of his2nd wife Maria Catherine, 
eldest dau. of Sir Alexander Beaumont Churchill 
Dixie, 10th Bart. ; b. 1868 ; «. his uncle John Newdi- 
gate Francis Ludford-Astley, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
1898. Mr. Ludford-Astley is Capt. and Hon. Major 
late 6th Batt. B. "Warwickshire Regt. — Kesidence : 
Bredon House, near Tewkesbury. 

ASTLEY. See Hastings, Lord; and Nicholson, of 
Sukitifield. 

ASTLEY. CORBETT, Sir Francis Edmund 
George, Bart., of Everleigh, Wilts. — C: 
1821. 

Eldest son of Sir John Dugdale Astley, 3rd Bart., by 
Eleanor Blanche Mary, who d. 1897, only dau. and 
heiress of the late Thomas George Corbett, Esq., of 
Elsham, Lincolnshire ; b. 1869 ; s. 1894 ; m. 1882 Lady 
Gertrude Augusta Anderson-Pelham, elder dau. of 
Charles, 3rd Earl of Yarborough. Sir Francis Astley 
Corbett, who assumed the additional surname of 
Corbett by royal license 1889, and was formerly Lieut. 
Scots Guards, is a J.P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire, and 
Patron of 3 hvings. — Elsham Hall, Brigg ; Guards, 
and Arthur's Clubs, s.w.; 45, Cadogan Gardens, s.w. 

Heir, his son John Dugdale Pelham, Capt. Scots Guards ; 
educated at Eton and at tlie R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst 
b. 1883 ; m. 1914 Marcia Ruth Georglana, only dau. of 
iward Lane Fox-Pif " " ^ " ~ 

Wiltshire, and has 
> FraaciB Hear; Rivers, 6. 191S. 



ASTON, Major-Gen. Sir George Grey, K.C.B. 
— Cr. 1913. 

Youngest son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Aston, formerly 
Indian Army, who d. 1888, by Katherine, who d. 1902, 
dau. of the late Eev. A. Faure, of Cape of Good Hope ; 
b. 1861 ; m. 1909 Dorothy, dau. of Vice-Adra. William 
Wilson, J.P., of Manor House, Clyffe Pypard, Wiltshire. 
Sir George Aston, who was educated at Westminster and 
at the R. Naval Coll., Greenwich, is an Hon. Major- 
Gen, ret., late Col. .Commandant R.M.A. ; was Pro. 
fesosr at the R. Naval Coll., Greenwich, 1896-9 ; Staff 
Oflicer on the lines of communication and Deputy Assis- 
tant .Vdjutant-Gen. Intelligence Department in S. 
Africa 1899-1900 ; Deputy Assistant Adjutant-Gen. at 
the Staff Coll. 1904-7 ; Brigadier- Gen. on the Gen. 
Staff, S. .\frica. 1908-12 ; employed under the Govern- 
ment of the Union of S. Africa, with the temp, rank of 
Brigadier-Gen., 1912; attached to the War Staff at 
the Admiralty 1913-14; .4.D.C. to H.JI.King George 
V. 1911-17 and in command of the R.M.A. Div., with 
the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1914-17. — Naval 
and Military Club, -yf. 

-f-ASTON-PUDSEY, Mrs., of Seisdon Hall, 
Staffordshii'e. 
Ann, youngest dau. of the late A. Bowyer, Esq., of 
Much Wenlock ; m. 1869 George Pudsey Aston-Pudsey, 
Esq., of Seisdon Hall, a Magistrate for Staffordshire, 
and Capt. Staffordshire Rifle Vols., who d.190\, leaving 
issue * Mary Elizabeth. — Seisdon Hall, Wolverhampton. 

ASTOR, Viscount (William Waldorf Astor). 
— Cr. 1917. 

Only child of John Jacob Astor, Esq., of New York, 
U.S.A., who d. 1890, by Charlotte Augusta, who d. 
1887, dau. of the late Thomas Stanyarne Gibbes, Esq. ; 
b. 1848; m. 1878 Mary Dahlgren, who d. 1894, dau. 
of the late James William Paul, Esq., of Philadelphia, 
U.S.A. Viscount Astor, who graduated at Columbia 
Coll. Law School, was called to the Bar at New York 
1875. — Hever Castle, Kent ; Carlton, and Marlborough 
Clubs, s.w. 

Heir, his son Waldorf, of Cliveden, Buckinghamshire 
(tchoti see). 

ASTOR, the Hon. Waldorf, of Cliveden, 
Buckinghamshire. 

Elder son of William Waldorf, 1st Viscount Astor, by 
Mary Dahlgren, who d. 1894, dau. of the late James 
William Paul, Esq., of Philadelphia, U.S.A. ; *. 1879 ; 
?« .1 906 Nancy Witcher, dau. of the late Chiswell Dabney 
Langhorne, Esq., of Mirador, Greenwood, Virginia, 
U.S.A., and widow of Robert Gould Shaw, Esq., and 
has, with other issue, a son, * William Waldorf, b. 1907. 
Mr. Astor, who was eduftated at Eton and at New Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1904). is a Magistrate for Buckingham- 
shire (was on the roll for High Sheriff of Berkshire 
for 1912) a Governor of Guy's and of the Peabody 
Trust, Chairman of the Departmental Committee on 
Tuberculosis and of the State Medical Research Com- 
mittee, and an lion. Major in the Army ; sat as M.P. 
for Plymouth Dec. 1910-1918 and has sat for the 
Sutton Div. thereof since 1918 ; was an Inspector of 
Q.M.G.'s Services, with the temp, rank of Major, 
1914-17; Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime 
Minister 1917-18, and to the Ministry of Food 1918- 
19, and Deputy Chairman of the Food Council 1918- 
19 ; appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Local 
Government Board, and Chairman of the National 
Health Insurance Joint Committee 1919. — Cliveden, 
Taplow, Buckittghanishire ; Turf Club, w. ; Carlton, 
and Marlborough Clubs, s.w. ; 4, St. James's Square, 



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ATCHERLEY, of Marton Hall, Shropshire ; 
of Cj'mmau Hall, Flintshire ; and of The 
Ffrith, Denbighshire. See Hemstcd. 

ATHERLEY, Mrs., of Landgnard Manor, Isle 
of Wight. 
Eleanor Gertruilc, 2nd dau. of James Forbes Lumsden. 
Esq., of Johnstone, Aberdeen, by Helen Anna, dau. of 
the late Col. Fisher, of Deveuha House, Aberdeen ; 
m. 1902 Arthur Harry Howard Atherley, Esq., of 
Landguard Manor, a ,J.P. and D.L. for Hampshire, 
■who d. 1917, leaving 2 daus. — Landguard Manor, 
Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 

ATHLONE, Earl of (Alexander Augustus 
Frederick William Alfred George Cam- 
bridge, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., C.M.G., 
D.S.O.)— Cr. 1917. 

Third sou of H.H. Prince Francis Paul Charles Louis 
Alexander, Duke of Teck, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., who d. 
1900, by H.R.H. Prineess Mary Adelaide Wilhelmina 
Elizabeth, who d. 1897, 2nd dau. of H.B.H. the 1st 
Duki- of Cambridge (ext.); b. 1874; m. 1904 H.R.H. 
Princess Alice Mary Victoria Augusta Pauline, V.A., a 
Iiadv of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
only dau. of H.R.H. the 1st Duke of Albany. The 
Earl of Athlone, who was educated at Eton and at the 
K. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and abandoned his Foreign 
title and rank, and assumed the surname of Cambridge 
by royal license 1917, is Major and Brevet Col. 2nd 
Life Guards, previously Capt. R. Horse Guards, and 
7th Hussars, a Knight of Justice of the Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem and a Grand Officer of the Legion 
of Honour; appointed a Gen. Staff Officer 1914, 
temp. Brigadier-Gen. Gen. Staff 191.5, and a Personal 
A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1919 ; has the Grand 
Cordon of the Order of Leopold aad the Croix Militaire 
of Belgium, the Russian Order of St. Anne, 1st Class, 
with Swords, the Dutch Order of Orange-Nassau, and 
the French Croix de Guerre. — Henry Ill.'e Tower, 
Windsor Castle ; Army and Naey Club, a.w. ; Bachelors' 
Club, w. 



ATHLIBINET, Lord (James Herbert Gus- 
TAVus Meredtth Somerville).— Cr. 1863. 

Only surviving son of William Meredyth, 1st Lorf, by 
his 2nd wife Maria Georgiana Elizabeth, who d. 1899, 
only dau. of the late Herbert George Jones, Serjeant-at- 
Law; b. 1865; s. 1873. Educated at Harrow; is an 
Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army and Capt. Reserve of 
Officers, late A.D.C. to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland, 
Capt. and Hon. Major late Kent Art. S. Div. R.A., 
formerly Lieut. Coldstream Guards ; was an Assistant 
Provost Marshal 1914-18, with the temp, rank of 
Lieut.-Col. 1915-18; has the Orders of the Osmanieh 
and of the Medjidie, 4th Class ; sits in the House of 
Lords as Lord Meredyth, U.K., cr. 1866. — Somerville, 
Balraih, co. Meath ; Guards', and White's Clubs, s.w. ; 
Turf Club, w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; 33, 
Curzon Street, Mayfair, w. 

Heir Pres. to the Baronetcy (cr. 174SJ, his kinsman William 
Dennistoun, eldest sou of Teuisou Alau Somerville, Esq. 
(great-grandson of the 1st Bart.), who d. 1895, by Cecilia, 
dau. and heiress of the late Daniel O'Connor, Esq. ; &. 1842. 

ATHOLL, Duke of (John George Stewart- 
MuERAT, K.T., C.B., D.S.O., M.V.O.)— Cr. 
1703. 

Second and elder surviving son of John James Hugh 
Henry, 7th Duke, K.T., by Louisa, who d. 1902, eldest 
dau. of Sir Thomas Moncreitfe, 7th Bart.; b. 1871 ; s. 



1917 ; m. 1899 Katharine Marjory, D.B.E., 4th dau. of 
Sir James Henry Ramsay, 10th Bart., of Bamff, Perth- 
shire. The Duke of Atholl, who was educated at Eton 
and sits in the House of Lords as Earl Strange (G.B., cr. 
1786), is H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. for Perthshire, Capt. 
and Brevet Major late R. Horse Guards, and Hon 
Col. 3rd Batt. The Black Watch (R. Highlanders) and 
10th (Scottish) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. ; com- 
manded the Scottish Horse in S. Africa, with the 
rank of Lieut.-Col., the Scottish Horse Yeo. (Lieut.- 
Col. Commandant and Hon. Col.) 1909-17, and the 
Scottish Horse Brigade, with the temp, rank of 
Brigadier-Gen., 1914-16; appointed to command a 
Brigade, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1917, 
and Lord High Commissioner to the Gen. Assembly of 
the Church of Scotland 1918 and 1919 ; sat as M.P. 
for AV. Perthshire Jan. 1910-1917; has the Serbian 
Order of the White Eagle, 3rd Class, with Swords.— 
Blair Castle, Blair Atholl, Perthshire ; Bunkeld House, 
Dunield, Perthshire ; Naval and Military, Bachelors', 
and R. Aero Clubs, w. ; Marlborough, and Caledoniaji 
Clubs, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh. 



ATHOLSTAN, Lord (fluGH Graham).— Cr. 
1917. 

Eldest son of Robert Walker Graham, Esq., of 
Huntingdon, Quebec, who d. 1904, by Marion, who d. 
1905, dau. of the late Col. Thomas McLeay Gardner, 
of Edinburgh and of Huntingdon, Province of Quebec ; 
b. 1848; m. 1892 Annie Beekman, 2nd dau. of the late 
Edward Hamilton, Esq., of Exeter, Devonshire, and 
has a dau., Alice. Lord Atholstan, who was educated 
at Huntingdon Academy, Quebec, and at Athelstan 
Common School (Hon. LL.D. Glasgow Univ.), is Pro. 
prietor of the Montreal Daily Star and of tlie Family 
Herald, and Vice-President of the Children's Memorial 
Hospital, dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria. — 
638, Sheri>rooke Street, Montreal; Mount Royal, and 
St. James's Clubs, Montreal. 

ATHORPE, Marmaduke, Esq., of Dinnington 
Hall, Morthen Hall, and Thorpe Hall, 
Yorkshire. 

Only surviving son of Marmaduke Athorpe, Esq. 
(youngest son of the late John Carver Athorpe, Esq., 
of Dinniuijton Hall, and of Leam Hall, Derbyshire), 
who d. 1872, by Edith Louisa, who d. 1872, 3rd dau. 
of the late Rev. Charles Colyear Beaty-Pownall ; b. 
1872 ; 6. his uncle the Rev. George Middleton Athorpe, 
M.A., 1910; m. 1897 Anne Davidson, eldest dau. of 
Gordon Pyper, Esq., of Hantane, Ceylon, and has, 
with other issue, a son, * Marmaduke Carver Middle- 
ton, b. 1904. Mr. Athorpe, who was educated at 
Eton, is Lord of the Manors of Dinnington and 
Morthen, and Patron of 1 living. — Dinnington Hall, 
Rotherham, Yorkshire. 

ATHORPE, of Leam Hall, Derbyshire. See 

Rose-In7ics. 

ATHY, Edmond Joseph Philip Ltnch, Esq., 
of Renville, co. Galway. 
Only son of Randle Edmond Lynch Athy, Esq., J.P., 
of Renville, who (i. 1875, by Margaret, who d. 1891, 
dau. of the late William Hill Buckle, Esq., of Chacely, 
Worcestershire; b. 1859; m. 1881 Annette Frances, 
younger dau. of the late Richard Gradwell, Esq., of 
Dowth Hall, CO. Meath, and has issue Muriel Pauline 
Annette. Mr. Athy, who was formerly Capt. Galway 
Art. Militia, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Galway (High 
Sheriff IdOi).— Renville, Oranmore. 



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ATKIN, the Right Hon. Sir James Richard, 
Knt.— Cr. 1913. 
Eldest son of the late Eobert Travers Atkin, Esq., of 
Fernhill, co. Cork ; b. 1867 ; m. 1893 Lucy Elizabeth, 

■ dau. of William Hemmant, Esq., formerly Colonial 
Treasurer of Queensland. Sir James .Atkin, who -was 
educated at Christ Coll., Brecon, and at Magdalen 
Coll., Oxford, of which he was a Demy (B.A. 1894, 
M.A. 1895), called to the Bar at Gray's Inu 1891, 
elected a Bencher and appointed a K.C. 1906, was 
a Judge of the High Court of Justice, King's Bench 
Div., 1913-19; appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal 
1919.— 65, Ashley Gardens, s.w. 

ATKIN-ROBERTS. See Roberts, of Glassenburi/. 

ATKINS, Major-Gen. Sir Alban Randell 
Crofton, K.C.B., C.M.G.— Cr. 1919. 
S. 1870; m. 18— May Clara, M.B.E., who d. 1919, 

dau. of Bongard, Esq. Sir Alban Atkins is a 

Major-Gen., late K.A.S.C, a Knight of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and a Comm. of the 
Italian Order of the Ci'own ; has the Serbian Order of 
the White Eagle, 3rd Class, with Swords; was Chief 
Instructor R.A.S.C. Training Establishment 1908-10 ; 
'Deputy Assistant Director at Headquarters 1911-14 
and Assistant Director of Transport 1914-16, and has 
been Director of Supplies and Transport since 1916. — 
• War Office, Whitehall, s.w. 

+ ATKINS, Col. (temp.) Sir John, K.C.M.G., 
M.B.— Cr. 1919. 

B. 18 — . Sir John Atkins, who was educated at Guy's 
Hospital (M.B. London Univ. 1901, M.R.C.S. and 
L.E.C.P. 1901, F.R.C.S. 1903), is Medical Eeferee 
Sun Life and Gen. Assurance Co. and a Fellow of the 
E. Society of Medicine, and has been temp. Col. 
A.M.S. since 1914.-5. Societies' aub, s.w.; 3, 
Grosvenor Crescent, s.w. 



ATKINS. See Bm-nabt/-AtH. 



ad Richards. 



ATKINSON, Lord (John Atkinson, P.C.).— 
Cr. 1905. 
Eldest son of Edward Atkinson, Esq., M.D., J.P., of 
Gleuwilliam Castle, co. Limerick, who d. 1 876, by his 
1st wife Eosetta, who d. 1849, dau. of the late Capt. 
John Shaw McCuUoeh ; b. 1844 ; m. 1873 Rowena Jane, 
who(/. 1911,dau.ofthelateEichardChute,Esq.,M.D., 
of Tralee, co. Kerry. Lord Atkinson, who was called to 
the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1865, and at the Inner 
Temple 1890, became a Q.C. 1880 and a Bencher of 
King's Inns 1885, and of the Inner Temple 1906, and 
■was Solicitor-Gen. for Ireland 1888-92, Attorney-Gen. 
for Ireland in 1892 and 1895-1905, and M.P. for co. 
Londonderry, N. Derry Dir., 1895-1905; appointed a 
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary 1905, and cr. a Life Peer 
1905.— CarWow Club, s.w.; Kildare Street Club, 
Dublin ; 39, Hyde Park Gate, s.w. 

ATKINSON, Sir John Nathaniel, K.C.S.I.— 
Cr. 1912. 

Second son of Richard Atkinson, Esq., of Temple 
Sowerby, Westmorland, who d. 1876, by Elizabeth 
Catharine, who d. 1898, 2nd dau. of the late Eev. John 
Ehodes Fitter, of Jamaica ; b. 1867 ; m. 1885 Constance, 
6th dau. of the late Eev. Eobert John Banks, of St. 
Catharine's, Doncaster. Sir John Atkinson, who was 
educated at Marlborough and entered the Indian Civil 
Service 1876, was Superintendent of Stamps and Chair- 
man ot the Harbour Trust Board, Madras, 1897-1901 ; 
an Additional M.L.C. Madras 1901, 1903 and 1905; 



a Member of the Board of Revenue 1903-4 ; Commis- 
sioner of Eevenne Settlements and Director of Land 
Eecords and Agriculture 1 904—5 ; Commissioner of 
Land Eevenne 1905-6; Secretary to the Govern- 
ment, Eevenue Department, 1906-8 ; First Member of 
the Board of Eevenue and Commissioner of Eevenue 
Settlements 1908-9; Acting Chief Secretary to the 
Government February 1908, and a Member of the 
Council of the Governor of Madras 1909-14.— ffo/^. 
bourne Lodge, Alton, Hampshire: East India United 
Service Club, s.w. 

ATKINSON, Sir William Nicholas, Knt., 
I.S.O., LL.D.— Cr. 1918. 

Eldest son of John Job Atkinson, Esq., H.M.'s Inspector 
of Mines, of Durham, who d. 1870 ; b. 1850 ; m. 1880 

, dau. of James Buchanan, Esq. Sir William 

Atkinson, who was educated at Houghton Grammar 
School (Hon. LL.D. Birmingham), is a Mining En- 
gineer; was Div. Inspector of Mines, S. Wales Div., at 
the Home Oflice 1906-17. — Tintern, Monmouthshire. 

ATKINSON, Major Guy Montagu, D.S.O., of 
Cangort House, King's Co. 
Elder son of Guy Neweomen Atkinson, Esq., J. P., of 
Cangort House, who d. 1890, by Frances Elizabeth, 
only dau. of the late Hon. Laurence Harman King- 
Harman, of Eockingham, co. Roscommon; b. 1882. 
M.ijor Atkinson, who was educated at Charterhouse, is 
Major King's E. Eifle Corps. — Cangort House, Shinrone. 

ATKINSON, Heney Ernest, Esq., of Morland 
Hall, Westmorland. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Francis Home Atkinson, of 
Morland Hall, who d. 1901, by Edith Mary, dau. of 
Henry Vatcher, Esq., of Rosemount, Jersey ; b. 1871- 
Mr. Atkinson was educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1 »9i).— Morland Hall, near Fenrith. 

ATKINSON, Capt. John Edward, of New- 
biggin, Northumberland. 
Elder son of John .Atkinson, Esq., J.P., of Newbiggin, 
who rf. 1914, by Alice Maud Mary, dau. of the late 
John Edward Buckle, Esq., of Sowerby, Yorkshire ; 
b. 1878; nt. 1914 Elizabeth Joyce, youngest dau. of 
Robert Ernest Alexander, Esq.,of Kenward, Yalding, 
Kent, and has a son, * John Surtees, b. 1916. Capt. 
Atkinson, who was educated at Bedford and at the R. 
Agricultural Coll., Cirencester, and was formerly Lieut. 
3rd K.O. Hussars, is Capt. 3rd K.O. Hussars, Special Ee- 
serve. — Newbiggin, Hexham, Northumberland; Cavalry 
Club, w. 

ATKINSON, Joseph Jertis, Esq., of Crowbill, 
CO. Armagh. 
Eldest son of Joseph Atkinson, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Crowbill, who d. 1916, by his 1st wife Anne Edith, 
who d. 1897, eldest dau. of the late John Jervis 
Broadwood, Esq., of Buchan Hill, Sussex ; b. 1873 ; 
m. 1907 Beatrix Pearl, only dau. of Edwin John 
AVebb, Esq., of Pusumbing, Darjeeling, India, and has 
2 daus. Mr. Atkinson, who was educated at Wolver- 
hampton Grammar School, served in Paget's Horse in 
S. Africa. — Crowhill, Annaghmore, co. Armagh. 

ATKINSON, Major Thomas Henry Hollis 
Bradford, formerly of Angerton, North- 
umberland. 

Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Ealph Atkinson, J.P., of An- 
gerton, formerly Grenadier Guards, who assumed the 
surname of Bradford in lieu of Atkinson on inherit- 
ing Angerton in 1871, and who d. 1888, by Amy, who 
d. 1901, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. HnghFitzEoy; b. 



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ISiifl. Educatedat Eton ; is a Magistrate for Nortlmm- 
berlaiid, Major Eeserve of Officers, and Major ret., 
late Grenadier Guards; appointed a Staff Capt. 1915. 
— Guards' Club, s.w. ; Turf Club, w. ; 13, Little 
Grosvenor Street, w. 



ATKINSON, Thomas John, Esq., of Cavan- 
garden, co. Donegal. 
Eldest son of John Atkinson, Esq., M.A., J.P., Barris- 
ter-at-Law, who d. 1879 (by Ellen, dau. of the late 
Robert Mecredy, Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law), and 
grandson of the late Thomas John Atkinson, Esq., J.P., 
of Cavangarden ; b. 1845 ; m. 1880 Elizabeth, dau. of 
the late Arthur M. Day, Esq., and has, with other issue, 
an only son, * Thomas John Day, O.B.E., a Magistrate 
for eo. Donegal, Capt. Unattached List, late Dublin 
Univ. Contingent, Senior Div., Officers' Training 
Corps, T.F., and temp. Capt. Gen. List, previously 5th 



George Wieken Willes, R.N. ; b. 1847; m. 1883 Alice, 
youngest dau. of the late Thomas Sutcliffe Jlort, Esq., 
of Greenoaks, Sydney, N.S.W. Sir George Atkinson- 
Willes, who was educated at Leamington Coll. 
and at the R. Naval Academy, Gosport, is an 
Adm. ret. ; was Commodore Comm. the Training 
Squadron 1895-7 ; commanded the Dockyard Reserve, 
Chatham, 1898-1900 ; wasA.D.C. to Queen Victoria and 
to King Edward VII. 1899-1901 ; commanded the Home 
Squadron, and was Second in Command of the Home 
Fleet 1902-3, Commander-in-Chief on the East Indies 
Station 1903-5, and as Naval Commander-in-Chief 
directed a Naval and Mil. Force in Somaliland, which 
captured Illig, 1904 ; assumed the additional surname 
of Willes in compliance with the will of his uncle 
Adm. Sir George Ommanney Willes, G.C.B., 1901.— 
T%e Stroud, Haslemere : Trovellers. and United Service 
Clubs, s.w. 



(Service) Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers; was Staff Capt. ' a rjimTTiDTJTTnv- t j 
31stInfautryBrigade,10thDiv., 1915; appointed Staff ■^^-'-'r f^ ' ,^Z 



Capt. Headquarters, Irish Command, 1917; called 
to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1904 ; educated at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1903); h. 1882; m. 1918 
Cicely H. B., only child of Comm. Hugh Burrington 
Hawkshaw, ret. R.N. Mr. Atkinson is a J.P. andD.L. 
for CO. Donegal (High Sheriff \S93).— Cavangarden, ; 
Ballyshannon, co. Donegal. 



Charlotte, tlder dau. of the late Thomas Lawi'ence 
Forbes, E.sq., of Hampstead ; m. 1889 Sir Frederick 
Atterbury, a Barrister-at-Law, who was Comptroller of 
Stamps and Taxes for Ireland- 1901-3 ; Assistant Sec- 
retary of Inland Revenue 1903-9 ; Secretary to Inland 
Revenue, Controller of Stamps and Registrar of Joint 
Stock Cos. 1909-13, and Controller of H.M. Stationery 
Office and King'sPrinter of Acts of Parliament 1913-18, 
and who was cr. K.C.B. 1917, and d. 1919.— 2, Upper 
Terrace, Hampstead, n.w. 



ATKINSON, Thomas Richard Durbin, Esq., 
of Glenwilliam Castle, co. Limerick. 

Youngest son of Edward Atkinson E,,qM.D., J.P I ^TTjjjLL, WiLLIAM AnthONT, Esq., of Ard 
of Glenwilliam Castle, who d. 1876, and only son ofi ' _ , ' ^°H-> "^ ■'^'■'■ 



his 2nd wife Emma, who d. 1906, dau. of the late 
Major Durbin; b. 1863; m. 1884 Sophie Mary, dau. 
of the late Capt. Thomas William Wilkinson, J.P., of 
St. Oswald's, CO. Limerick, and has 2 daus., Eileen 
Violet, m. 1915 Capt. Robei-t Gordon Douglas Dewar, 
R.N. ; and Sibyl Maude. Mr. Atkinson, who was , 
educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is a J.P. and I 
D.L. for CO. Limerick (High Sheriff 1888), and was' 
on the roll for High Sheriff of co. Fermanagh for | 
1905. — Glembilliam Cattle, BalHngarry, co. Limerick;] 
Boodle's Club, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. \ 

ATKINSON, of Ashley Park, co. Tipperary. ! 
See Biggs- Atkinson. I 



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ATKINSON-CLARK, George Dixon, Esq, 
Belford Hall, Northumberland. 
Eldest son of the Rev. William Atkinson-Clark, of 
Belford Hall, who d. 188(1, by Jane Margaret, who d. 
1878, dau. of the late William Clark, Esq., of Belford 
Hall; A. 1836; m. 1874 Mary Caroline, who d. 1912, 
youngest dau. of the late Hon. Henry Amelius Coventry, 
and has, with other issue, * (Henry) George, a Magis- : Club 
trate for Northumberland ; b. 1877 ; m. 1904 Rachel I 
Cicely, youngest dau. of Sir Thomas Charlton Meyrick, 

1st Bart., C.B., of Apley Castle, Shropshire, and has, j ATTWOOD-MATHEWS. See Mathews. 
with other issue, a son, * John Cecil, b. 1912. 

Mr. Atkinson-Clark, who was educated at Charter- j AUBERTIN, Lieut.-Col. Peter, of The Weir, 
" " * "" " "":o^ - 1 Hampshire, 



varney, co. Fermanagh. 

Eldest son of Edward Eyre Atthill, Esq., of Ard- 
varney, who d. 1893, by Jane, who d. 1904, eldest 
dau. of the late Lowther Brien, Esq., of Ardvarney ; 
b. 1850; m. 1891 Caroline Fanny, who d. 1916, 2nd 
dau. of the late Blayney Tenison Roper, Esq., and has 
a son, » Lombe, b. 1899.— Residence: 48, Crescent 
Road, Eamsgatc. 

ATTWOOD, Thomas AETHaE Carless, Esq., 
F.S.A., of Sion Hill, Worcestershire. 
Only child of Thomas Aurelius Attwood, E,sq., of 
Woodend (Pipe Manor House), Warwickshire, and of 
Lincoln's Inn, who d. 1864, by Mary, who d. 1917, 
eldest dau. of the late Joseph Smallwood, Esq., of 
Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire ; 6.1863; m. 1892 
(marriage annulled 1902) the Hon. Hilda Evelyn 
Pomeroy, younger dau. of James Spencer, 6th Viscount 
Harberton. Mr. Attwood, who was educated at Up- 
pingham aud at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1886, 
M.A. 1889), was formerly a Student at the Inner 
Temple.— iSion Hill, Wolverley, ■ 
Clarendon Square, Leamingtoi 



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house and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1858), and 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1860, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Northumberland (High Sheriff 1883 and ; 
formerly Chairman of Quarter Sessions). — Belford 
Hall, Northuiuierland ; Port-an-eilean, and Bohallt/ 
Lodge, Pitlochry, N.B. ; Carlton, and. Marlborougl , 
Cltibs, s.w. I 

ATKINSON- WILLES, Adm. Sir George' 

Lambaet, K.C.B.— Cr. 1905. 

Second surviving son of the Rev. Thomas Atkinson, 

Rector of Kirby Sigston, Yorkshire, who d. 1 880, by 

Henrietta Jane, who d. 1875, 3rd dau. of the late Capt. 



Elder and only surviving son of the Rev. Peter 
Aubertin, of Chipstead, Surrey, who d. 1891 ; b. 1846 ; 
m. 1st 1877 Emma Louisa, who rf. 1891, dau. of the 
late Gen. Sir John Blick Spurgin, K.C.B., C.S.L ; 
2ndly 1893 Sybil Maud Marie, only dau. of Edmund 
Huntly Hooper, Esq., and Lady Alice Maud Hooper, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * John V., h. 1880. 
Lieut.-Col. Aubertin is a Magistrate for Hampshire and 
was formerly Lieut.-Col. 2nd Dragoon Guards. — The 
Weir, Alresford; Cavalry Club, w. 

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AUCHINLECK, Mrs., of Crevenagh, co. 
Tyrone. 
Charlotte Madeline, only dau. of Robert William 
Scott, Esq., of Bloomhill, Dungannon, eo. Tyrone, 
who d. 1895, by Charlotte, who d. 1910, dau. of the 
late Richard Pike, Esq., of Befchgrove, Dungannon ; 
m. 1902 Capt. Daniel George Harold Auchinleck, B. 
Inniskilling Fusiliers, of Crevenagh, who was killed 
in action 1914. — Crevenagh, near Oinagh, co. Tyrone. 

+ AUCKLAND, Lord (Frederick Colvin 
George Eden).— Cr. Ireland 1789 and 
Great Britain 1 793. 
Only surviving son of William Morton, 6lh Lord, by 
Sybil Constance, eldest dau. of the late Col. George 
Morland Hutton, C.B., of Gate Burton Hall, Lincoln- 
shire ; b. 1895; s. 1917; m. 1917 Susan, dau. of J. C. 
Hartridge, Esq., of Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A., and 
has a dau., Susan Constance. 

Heir'Prts., his uucle George (Slid son of William George, 4th 
Lord, who d. 18a0, by his Ut wife Lucy Walbanke, who rf. 
1870, youngest dau. of the late John Walbanke Ohilders, 
Esq., of Oantley RaU, Yorkshire), i. 1861 ; m USi Amy 
Violet Poulett, 3rd dan. of the late Lieut.-Ool. 'the Hon. 
Charles Rowley Hay-DrummoDd, of Harewood Lodge, 
Berkshire, and formerly of Cromlix. Perthshire, and has. 
with other issue, a son. •Geoffrey Morton, M.B.E.. Lieut. 
R.A.S.C., T.P., and Acting Oapt. M.T. Section ; late Lieut. 
6th Batt. E. Surrey Regt. ; educated at Eton : h. 1891 ; 
m. 1919 Dorothy Ida, youngest dau. of the Rev. Prebendary 
Francis Clyde Harvey, M.A., Vicar of Hailshaiu, Sussex. 



AUCKLAND, Edith, Lady. 

Youngest dau. of Sir William Eden, 6th Bart., who d. 
1873, by Elfrida Susanna Harriet, who d. 1882, 
youngest dau. of the late Col. AVilliam Iremonger, of 
Wherwell Priory, Hampshire; m. 1st 1875 as 3rd wife 
William George, 4th Lord Auckland, who d. 1890; 
2ndly 1897 Philip Symons, of Stonepitt Grange, Kent. 
— Stonepitt Grange, Seal, Sevenoaks. 

AUDLEY, Barony of (Thicknesse-Touchet).— 
Cr. 1313. 
This Barony is in abeyance between Mary and Emily, 
dans, and co-heiresses of George Edward, 2(lth Lord 
Audley,whorf. 1872, by hislst wife Emily, who d. 1860, 
dau. of the late Sir Thomas Livingston Mitchell, D.C.L. 

AUSTEN, Mrs., of Capel Manor, Horsmonden, 
Kent. 

Georgiana Frederica, eldest dau, of Charles Pearse, Esq.; 
■/«. 1868, as his 2nd wife, John | Francis Austen, Esq., 
of Capel Manor, a J.P. for Kent, who d. 1893, leaving, 
with another dau. by each marriage, by his 1st wife 
(Charlotte, who d. 1861, only child of the late William 
Tucker, Esq.), a dau., Charlotte Marianne; m. 1887, 
as his 1st wife, William Smith-Marriott, Esq., 
Barrister-at-Law, and d. 1910, leaving a dau., * Mary 
Charlotte, m. 1913 Heathfield Dodgson, Esq.— Capel 
Manor, Horsmonden, Kent. 

AUSTEN. See Godwin-Austen. 

AUSTIN, Sir William Michael Byron, Bart., 
of Pryston Hall. Yorkshire.— Cr. 1894. 

Elder son of Sir John Austin, 1st Bart., M.P., by Agnes, 
who d. 1910, dau. of the late Samuel .Staudidge Byron, 
Esq., J.P., of West Ayton, Yorkshire; i. 1871 ; «■ 1906; 
m. 1896 Violet Irene, 2nd dau. of Alexander Fraser, 
Esq., of Westerfield House, Suffolk. Sir William 
Austin, who was educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
and was formerly Capt. Yorkshire Mounted Brigade, 
Transport and Supply Column, Army Service Corps, 
Territorial Force, and Lieut. Yorkshire Dragoons Yeo., 
48 



is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of Yorkshire 
and temp. Capt. Army Service Corps. — Residence : 
Gurtkalougha, Borriaokane, co. Tipperary. 

Heir, his son John Byron Fraser, Lieut. 3rd Hussars and 
Flight Oomm. R.A.P. : educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand- 
hurst ; 6. 1897. 

AUSTIN, Sir Herbert, K.B.E.— Cr. 1917. 

Eldest son of Giles Stevens Austin, E.sq., of Bovingdon, 
Buckinghamshire, who d. 1905, by Clara, dau. of the 
late James Simpson, Esq., of Rotherhithe ; b. 1866; m. 
1887 Helen, dau. of the late James Dron, Esq., of 
Melbourne, Australia. Sir Herbert Austin, who was 
educated at Rotherham Grammar School and at 
Brampton Coll., is Chairman and Managing Director 
of the Austin Motor Co. Ltd., Chairman of the 
Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machine Co. Ltd. and Hon. 
Commandant 3rd V.B. Worcestershire Regt. ; has ren- 
dered valuable services in the production of Munitions 
of War; elected M.P. for King's Norton Lliv. of 
Birmingham \'i\S.—Lickey Grange, near BroTnsgrove; 
R. Automobile Club, s.w. ; Motor Club, w. ; Conservative 
Club, Birmingham. 

AUSTEN, Charles, Esq., of Brandeston, 
Suffolk. 
Only surviving son of Charles Austin, Esq., Q.C.. J.P. 
and D.L., of Brandeston, who d. 1874, by Harriet .Tane, 
elder dau. of the late Capt. Ralph Mitford Preston 
Ingilby, and niece of the Eev. Sir Henry John Ingilby, 
1st Bart., of Ripley Castle, Yorkshire ; b. 1858 ; m. 
1st 1891 Harriet, who d. 1910, dau. of James Richer 
Esq.; 2ndly 1911 Eileen Marion, eldest dau. of the 
late R. O'Callaghan, Esq., F.R.C.S., and has, with 
other issue, a son, »Charles, b. 1912. Mr. Austin, 
who was educated at Eton, and was formerly Capt. 5th 
Brigade, Scottish Div., R.A., is a J.P. for Suffolk (was 
on the roll for High Sheriff for 1890), and Patron of 
1 living. — Brandeston Hall, Wickham Market. 

K^K, Earl of. See under Dufferin and Ava, Mar- 
quess of. 

AVEBURY, Lord (John Birkbeck Lubbock). 

— Cr. 1900. 

Eldest son of John, 1st Lord, P.C, F.R.S., LL.D., 

D.C.L., by his Ist wife Ellen Frances, who d. 1879, 

dau. of the late Rev. Peter Hordern, of Chorlton-cum- 

Hardy, Lancashire ; b. 1858; s. 1913. LordAvebury, 

who was educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford 

(B.A. and M.A. 1885), is a D.L. for Kent and a Partner 

in the Metropolitan banking firm of Coutts & Co. — 

High Elms, Dovni, Kent ; Kingsgate Castle, Kim/sqate, 

Kent; Arthur's Club, s.w. ; iS.'Grosvenor Street, 'w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Norman, late Lieut. 3rd Middlesex 

Vol. Art.; educated at Eton; b. 1861; m. 1919 Edith 

Harriet, eldest dau. of the late Sir Nevile Lubbock, K.O.M.G. 

AVEBURY, Lady. 

Alice Augusta Laurentia, 2nd dau. of Lieut.-Gen. 
Augustus Henry Lane Fox-Pitt-Rivers, of Rushmore 
Lodge, Wiltshire, who d. 1900, by the Hon. Alice 
Margaret, who d. 1910, eldest dau. of Edward John, 
2nd Lord Stanley of Alderley ; m. 1884, as his 2nd 
wife, John, 1st Lord Avebury, P.C, F.R.S., LL.D., 
D.C.L., who d. 1013.— Kingsgate Castle, Kingsgate, 
Kent ; 2, Great Cumberland Place, w. 

AVERY, Lady. 
Suzanne Mathilde Irma, dau. of Mens. Pierre Martin 
Crets, of Paris, who d. 1907; m. 1st 1902, as his 2nd 
wife. Sir William Beilby Avery, 1st Bart. (cr. 1905, 
ext.), who d. 1908 ; 2ndly 1911 Mons. Michel Marg- 
hiloman, of Paris, a Member of the Rumanian 
Parliament. — 44, rue Schefier, Avenue Henri Martin, 
Paris. 



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A70NM0RE, Viscountess, of Hazle Rock, co. 
Mayo ; and of Belle Isle, co. Tipperary. 

Mabel Sara, 2iid dau. of George Evans, Esq., of 
Gortmerron, co. TjTone, who d. 1905, by Jane, who 
d. 1914, dau. of the late Major William Fitzgerald; 
m. 1890 William Algernon (Yelverton), 6th and last 
Viscount Avonmore (cr. 1800), who d. 1910, leaving 
a dau., Evelyn Marianne Mabel. 

AVORY, the Hon. Sir Horace Edmund, 
Knt.— Cr. 1910. 
Second son of Henry Avory, Esq., Clerk of the 
Central Criminal Court, who d. 1881, by Margaret 
Kemp, who d. 1908; b. 1851; m. 1877 Maria 
Louisa, only surviving dau. of the late Henry i 
Castle, Esq., of Wandsworth. Sir Horace Avory, who j 
was educated at King's Coll., London, and at C.C.C., 
Cambridge (LL.B. 1874, Hon. Fellow and Hon. LL.D. 
1911), called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1876, 
appointed a K.C. 1901 and elected a Bencher 1908, was 
Junior Counsel to the Treasury at the Central Criminal 
Court 1889-99, Senior Counsel 1899-1901, and Recorder 
of Kingston-on-Thames 1903-10; appointed a Judge 
of the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Div., 1910. 
— Atkensum, and United University Cluhs, s.w. ; Gar- 
rick Club, w.c. ; 29, Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, w. 

AWDRY, Lady. 

Katherine Louise James, adopted dau. of Herbert 
Worthington, Esq., formerly of Brithdir Hall, Mont-' 
gomeryshire ; m. 1st 1901, as his 2nd wife, Sir Richard I 
Davis Awdry, K.C.B., a J.P. for Middlesex, who was ' 
Accountant-Gen. to the Navy 1896-1904, and who was 
cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1916 ; 2ndly 1917 Leonard 
I. P. Garman, Esq., temp. Lieut. R.A.S.C. — 63, 
Victoria Road, Kensington, w. 

AWDRY, t Major Charles Selwtn, D.S.O., of 
Notton House, Wiltshire. 

Eldest son of Charles Awdry, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Notton House, Shaw Hill, and East Lavington Manor, 
Wiltshire, who d. 1912, by Margaret Helen, youngest 
dau. of the late Right Rev. George Moberly, Bishop of 
Salisbury; b. 1877; m. 1903 Constance Lilias, 2nd 
dau. of James Edwin Bateson, Esq., of Heston Hall, 
Middlesex, and has, with other issue, a son, * Charles 
Edwin, b. 1906. Major Awdry, who was educated at 
Winchester and at New Coll., Oxford, is a Magistrate 
for Wiltshire, an Hon. Li^ut. in the Army, and Major 
R. Wiltshire Yeo. — Residence : Hitchambury, Taplow, 
Buckinghamshire ; United University Club, s.w. 

AYLESFORD, Earl of (Charles Wiqhtwick 
Finch).— Cr. 1714. 

Second son of Heneage, 6th Earl, who d, 1871, by 
Jane Wightwick, whod. 1911, only child and heiress of 
the late John Wightwick Knightley, Esq., of Offchurch 
Bury, Warwickshire ; b. 1851 ; s. his brother Heneage, 
7th Earl, 1885; m. Ist 1873 the Hon. Georgiana 
Agnes, who d. 1874, eldest dau. of William, 3rd Lord 
Bagot; 2ndly 1879 Ella Victoria, youngest dau. of 
the late John Ross, Esq., of Benena, co. Cork, and 
widow of Capt. James Wingfield Linton, of Heming. 
ford, Hunts. Is a J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire, a 
Magistrate for Kent, Hon. Col. -tth Batt. and for- 
merly of the 3rd Batt. S. Staffordshire Regt. ; Capt. 
and Hon. Major late Warwickshire Yeo. Cav., and 
Patron of 6 li^■ings. — Packington Hall, Coventry; 



reported wounded and missing March 



Diddingfon Hall, Coventry ; The Friars, Aylesford , 
Kent ; Carlton, and Marlborough Clubs, s.w. 
Heir, his grandson Heneage Michael Charles, Lord Guernsey, 
only child of Heneage Greville, Lord Guernsey, dipt. 
Warwioksliire Yeo., and Lieut. Reserve of Officers, late 
Lieut. Irish Guards, who was killed in action 1914, by the 
Hon. Gladys Cecil Georgina, 2ud dau. of William Henry, 
2nd Lord De Ramsey ; 6. 1908. 



AYLESWORTH, the Hon. Sir Allen Bristol, 
K.C.M.G., K.C— Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of John Bell Aylesworth, Esq., of New- 
burgh, Ontario, by Catherine, who d. 1897, dau. of the 
late John Wesley Bristol, Esq., of S. Fredericksburgh, 
Ontario; 6. 1854; m. 1878 Adelaide Augusta, youngest 
dau. of the late Cephas Hulbert Miller. Esq., of New- 
burgh, Ontario. Sir Allen Aylesworth, who was 
educated at Newburgh High School and at Toronto 
Univ. (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1875), called to the Bar at 
Toronto 1878, and appointed a Q.C. 1889, was one of 
H.M's Commissioners for the settlement of Alaska 
boundary 1903, a Member of the Dominion Parlia- 
ment 1905-11, Postmaster-Gen. of Canada 1906-6, 
Minister of Justice 1906-11, and Agent for H. M. in 
the N. Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration with the 
United States of .\merica at The Hague 1910, and is 
a Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada. — 21 , 
Wa'mer Road, Toronto, Canada ; Toronto Club, 
Toronto ; Bideau Club, Ottawa. 



AYLING, the Hon. Sir William Bock, Knt.— 
Cr. 1915. 

Only son of Frederick William Ayling, Esq., who d. 
1903, by Maria Louisa, who d. 1875, only dau. of the 
late .William Bock, Esq., b. 1867; m. 1894 Emma 
Annie, who d. 1912, dau. of the late Andrew Graham, 
Esq. Sir William Ayling, who was educated at Wey. 
mouth Coll. and at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge, and 
entered the Indian Civil Service 1886, was Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate, Madras, 1889-1901 ; Col- 
lector and Dist. Magistrate 1901-3; Dist. and 
Sessions Judge 1903-10, and an Officiating Puisne 
Judge of the High Court of Judicature, Madras, 1910- 
12, since when he has been a Puisne Judge. — The 
Mansion, Madras, India ; East India United Service 
Club, S.W. 

AYLMER, Lord (Matthew Atlmer). — Cr. 
1718. 

Eldest son of Udolphus, 7th Lord, by Mary Eliza, 
who d. 1881, dau. of the late Edward Journeaux, Esq. ; 
b. 1842 ; s. 1901 ; m. 1875 Amy Gertrude, 2nd dau. of 
the Hon. John Young, of Montreal, Canada. Lord 
Aylmer is a Major-Gen. ret., and was formerly a Briga- 
dier-Gen. Comm. and Inspector-Gen. of the Canadian 
Forces, and previously Lieut. 7th Regt. (R. Fusiliers). — 
Queen's Bay, British Columbia. 

Heir, his son John Frederick Whitworth, b. 1880. 

AYLMER, Sir Arthur Percy Eitzgerald, Bart. 
— Cr. 1621-2. 

Eldest son of Fenton John Aylmer, Esq., Capt. 97th 
Regt., who d. 1862, by Isabella Eleanor, who d. 1908, 
eldest dau. of tlie late George Darling, Esq. (heir and 
successor to his uncle the late Matthew CuUey, Esq., 
of Fowberrj Tower, Northumberland) ; b. 1859; s. his 
grandfather Sir Arthur Percy Aylmer, 11th Bart., 1885 ; 
m. 1st 1878 Anne, who d. 1884, dau. of the late John 
Sanger, Esq.; 2ndly 1885 (marriage dissolved 1886) 
Anne, dau. of J. Douglas Reid, Esq., and the divorced 
wife of Mr. George StoUe. 

Heir Pres., hisbroiner Lieut.-Gen. Sir Fenton John, K.O.B., 
V.O. {unorn lee). 



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AYLMER, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Fenton John, 
K.C.B., V.C— Cr. 1916. 

Youngest son of Capt. Fenton John Aylmer, 97th 
Kegt., wlio d. 1862, by Isabella Eleanor, who A. 1908, 
eldest dau. of the late George Darling, Esq. (heir and 
successor to his uncle the late Matthew Culley, Esq., of 
Fowberry Tower, Northumberland) ; h. 1862 ; in. 1913 
Elsie Julie, dau. of the late Fricdrich Opperman, Esq., 
of Hanover, and widow of Sir Herbert Hope Risley, 
K.C.I.E., C.S.I. Sir Fenton Aylmer is a Lieut.-Gen. 
ret., late R.E. ; was an A.A.G.'in India 1897-1900; 
A.Q.M.G. in India 1901-4 ; in command of the Quetta 
Brigade, S. Army in India, 1907-10 ; Adjutant-Gen. in 
India 1912-15 and in command of a Kelief Column, 
Persian Gulf Expedition, 1915, and of a Div. in 
India 1915-17. — Isaml and Militarij Cluh, w. ; SporW 
Club. s.w. 

ATLMER, Algernon Ambrose Michael, Esq., , 
of Rathmore, and Kerdiffsto-wn,co. Kildare. 
Youngest son of Michael Aylmer, Esq., J.P., of Cour- 
town, CO. Kildare, who d. 1885, by Charlotte Margaret, ■ 
who d. 1893, dau. of late Hans Hendrick, Esq., of Kex- 
diffstown ; b. 1857; «. his brother Hans Hendrick- 
Aylmer, Esq., J.P., at Kerdiffstown, 1917; m. 1886 
Frances Sophia, youngest dau. of the late Meade 
Caulfield Dennis, Esq., of Fort Granite, eo. Wicklow, \ 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Richard Michael, ; 
Capt. and temp. Major R.A.S.C. ; educated at Welling- 
ton Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1887. ' 
Mr. Aylmer was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin j 
(B.A. nn).~KeTdiffstotm, Sallins, co. Kildare; Kil- \ 
dare Street Club, Dublin. 



AYLMER, Gerald Percy Vivun, Esq., of Wal- 
worth, CO. Durham. 
Elder surriving son of John Harrison Aylmer, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Walworth Castle (who was High 
Sheriff of CO. Durham 1864, and perished with his wife 
in the railway accident at Abergele 1868), by Rosanna 
Louisa, dau. of Vice-Adm. Sir Josiah Coghill Cog- 
hill, 3rd Bart.; b. 1856. Educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. i 

Durham (High Sheriff 1887), late Lieut. 3rd London | AY iUUJN. See Butherford-Lindsai/.Carnegie. 
Rifle Vols, and Pembroke Yeo. Cav. — Residence : Eed 
House, Castlctownsend, co. Cork ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 
Bachelors' Club, w. 



3rd dau. of the late John Eveleigh Wyndham, E.sq., 
of Clearwell Court, Gloucestershire, and widow of 
George Montgomery, Esq., and has, with other 
issue, a son, * John Wyndham, M.C., Capt. 4th Dragoon 
Guards ; educated at Wellington Coll. and at the R. 
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; h. 1889 ; m. 1918 Edith 
Margaret, younger dau. of the late Wilfrid Hans 
Loder, Esq., of High Beeches, Sussex. Major Aylmer, 
who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1875), is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kildare (High Sheriff 
1896), late Major 4th R. Irish Dragoon Guards. — 
Courtoum, Kilcock, co. Kildare; Naval and Military, 
and Cavalry Cluhs, w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

AYLMER, Miss, of Donadea Uastle, co. Kil- 
dare. 

Caroline Maria, only surviving child of Sir Gerald 
George Aylmer, 10th Bart., of Donadea Castle, who d. 
1883, by Alice Hester Caroline, who d. 1907, 4th dau. 
of the "late Conway Richard Dobbs, Esq., of Castle 
Dobbs, CO. Antrim ; s. under the will of her brother. Sir 
Justin Gerald Aylmer, 11th Bart., 1885. — Donadea 
Castle, Kilcock, co. Kildare; Sesame Cluh, w. 

AYLWARD. See loler-Aylward. 

AYNSLEY, Mrs. MURRAY-, of Hall Court, 
Hampshire. 
Alicia Harriett, only dau. of Vice-Adm. Charles Murray- 
Aynsley, C.B.,of Hall Court, who d. 1901, by Augusta 
Judith," who d. 1893, eldest dau. of William Gilbert 
Campion, E.sq., of Calcutta; in. 1891 the Rev. Alfred 
Evans Vinter, M..i.., Principal of Hockerill Training 
Coll., Hertfordshire, who, with his wife, assumed, by 
royal license, 1904, the surname of Murray- Aynsley, 
and has, with a dau., a son, * Charles Murray, temp, 
Lieut. 16th (Service) Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps; 
educated at St. Paul's School and at St. John's Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1919); b. 1893. Mrs. Murray- 
Aynsley «. her brother, Capt. John Francis Murray. 
Aynsley, R.N., 1904. — flizK Court, near Botley, 
Hampshire. 



Heir Pres., Ms brother Edmund Kendall Grimston, C.B., 
Col. ret., late Comm. 19th P.W.O. Hussars; appointed to 
command 14th Reserve Regt. of Oav. 1914 : educated at 
Eton Rnd at Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; 6. 1859. 

AYLMER, Major John Algernon, of Courtown, 
CO. Kildare. 

Eldest son of Michael Aylmer, Esq., J.P., of Cour- 
town, who (i. 1885, by Charlotte Margaret, whoti. 1893, 
dau. of the late Eans Hendrick, Esq., of Kerdiffstown, 
CO. Kildare; b. 1853; m. 1886 Blanche, who d. 1895, 



AZOPARDI, Lady. 

Caterina, dau. of the late Michelangelo De Giorgio, 
LL.D. ; m. 1892 His Honour Sir Vincent Frendo 
Azopardi, C.M.G., LL.D., who was Advocate for the 
Poor, Malta, 1895-9; Professor of Law, Malta Univ., 
1899-1905; Magistrate of Judicial Police 1900-3; 
Assistant Crown Advocate 1903-5; Crown Advocate 
and Legal Adviser to the Naval and Mil. Authorities 
(with a seat in the Executive and Legislative Councils) 
1905-15, and Chief Justice and President of the Court 
of Appeal and Vice-President of the Council of the 
Government of Malta 1915-19, and who was cr. Knt. 
1912 and d. 1919.— 28, Strada Forni, Valletta, Malta. 



B 



BABINGTON, Major-Geu. Sir James Mel- 
ville, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 
1917, K.C.B. 1919. 

Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. William Babington, late 7th 
Hussars, of Brooklands, Sarisbury Green, Hampshire, 
who (f. 1 9 1 3, by Augusta M., eldest dau. of the late J. M. 
Mehille, Esq., of Hanley, Midlothian; b. 1854; »;. 
1897 Eleanor, dau. of the late Thomas J. Lawson, 
Esq., of Prospect, N.S.W. Sir James Babington is a 



Major-Gen. late 16th Lancers, of which he is Col., 
Hon. Col. 5th Mounted Rifles (Otago Hussars), New 
Zealand, a Comm. of the Legion of Honour and an 
Officer of the Mil. Order of Savoy ; has the French 
Croix de Guerre, with Palm, and the Italian Croce di 
Guerra; was A.A.G. in India 1896-9; Col. on the 
Staff Comm. Cav. Brigade, E. Dist. and Aldershot, 
1899; Commandant New Zealand Defence Forces 
1902-7 and in command of Lowland Mounted Brigade, 
T.F., 1908-13, of 23rd Div. 1914-18, of 14th Corps 



Bab] 



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LBac 



1918-19, and of the Britisli Forces in Italy Jan.-Mar, 
1919.— Pinnacle Hill, Kelso, Boxburghshire ; United 
Service Club, s.w. 

BABINGTON, Hume, Esq., of Creevagb, co- 
Londonderry. 

Son of the late Rev. Hume Babington, of Moriddy, co. 
Cork, by Esther, dau. of the late Eichard Nettles, Esq. ; 
b. 1848; m. 1873 Hester, only dau. of the late Samuel 
Watt, Esq., of Foyle Hill, Londonderry, and has, -nith 
other issue, a son, ^Anthony Brutus, called to the Bar 
at King's Inns, Dublin, 1900, and appointed a K.C. 
1918 ; educated at Glenalmond and at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. 1899); b. 1877; m. 1907 Ethel Vaughan, 
eldest dau. of George Vaughan Hart, Esq., K.C, LL.D., 
of Woodside, Howth, co. Dublin, and has, with other 
issue, a son, *Emerson Hume, b. 1910. Mr. Babington, 
who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. and 
B.E. 1869), is a J.P. for co"s. Armagh and London- 
derry. — Londonderry. 



John Salusbury-Trela-wny, 9th Bart.; A. 1872; s. 
1918; educated at Winchester and at Merton Coll., 
Oxford (Postmaster) ; has been Professor of Chinese 
at King's Coll., London, since 1913.— TAe Rookery, 
Middleton Ti/as, Yorkshire ; Carlton, and R. Societies' 
Clulis, s.w. 

Heir fires., his brother Oliver, O.B., Capt. H.N. and a Oomm. 
of the Legion of Honour ; has the French Croix de 
Guerre ; b. 1876. 



of St. John'] 



BABTIE, Lieut.-Gen. Sir William, Y.C, 
K.C.B., K.C.M.a.— Or. K.C.M.G. 1916, 
K.C.B. 1919. 

Eldest son of John Babtie, Esq., J.P., of Dumbarton, 

who d. 1916, by Janet, who d. 1894, dau. of the late 

William JIcLeod, Esq., J.P., of Dumbarton; b. 1859 ; 

?n. 1903 Edith Mary, 2nd dau. of the late William 

Henry Barry, Esq., J.P., of Ballyadam, co. Cork, and 

widow of Major P. A. Hayes, late A.M.S. Sir William 

Babtie, who was educated at Glasgow Univ. (M.B. 

1880, LL.D. 1919), is an Hon. Lieut.-Gen. ret. and a 

Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; 

was Senior Medical Officer in Crete ! 897-8 ; Staff Officer 

to the Principal Medical Officer, Natal Army, 1899- 

1900; Assistant Director-Gen. A.M.S. at the War 

Office 1901-6 ; Administrative Medical Officer, Wool- \ „ rir\-\T 

wich Dist., 1906-7; Inspector of Medical Services , BACON, jidm 

1907-10; Deputy Director-Gen. A.M.S. 1910-14; 

Director of Medical Services in India 1914-15; Hon. 

Surgeon to H.M. King George V. 1914-19 ; Principal 

Director of Medical Services, Mediterranean, 1915-16, 

and a Director and later Inspector of Medical Services 

at the War Office \916~19.— Junior United Service 

Club, s.w. ; 7, Campden Hill Gardens, w. 



BACKHOUSE, Mr 
Dnrham. 

Lucy, eldest dau. of Major J. R. Vincent, of Hemsworth, 
Yorkshire, who d. 1874, by Lucy, who d. 1903, 
youngest dau. of the late Robert Longson, Esq., of 
Lougstone, Derbyshire; m. 1874 Charles James Back- 
house, Esq., of St. John's, a J.P. for co. Durham, who 
d.s.p., 1915. — St. John's Wolsingham, co. Durham. 

BACON, Sir Hickman Beckett, Bart., F.S.A., 
of Redgrave, and of Mildenhall, Suffolk. 
— Cr. 1611 and 1627. 
Eldest sou of Sir Henry Hickman Bacon, 10th Bart, 
of Redgrave and 11th of Mildenhall, of Raveningham 
Hall, Norfolk, and of Thonock Hall, by Elizabeth, who 
d. 1885, younger dau. of Sir Thomas Beckett, 3rd 
Bart., of Soraerby Park, Lincolnshire; b. 1855; s. 
1872. Educated at Eton; is Premier Bart, of Eng- 
land, and a J.P., D.L. and Chairman (elected 1914) of 
the Lindsey C.C. for Lincokishire (High Sheriff 1887) ; 
was formerly Sub-Lieut. Nottinghamshire Yeo. Cav., 
and Lieut. Grenadier Guards. — Thonock Hall, Gains- 
borongh ; Burlington Fine Arts' Club, w. ; R. Societies' 
Clnb, s.w. ; Queen Aniie's Mansions, s.w. 



-(-BACCHUS, the Rev. John Noethcote, of 
Cote House, Staffordshire; and ofNewlyns, 
Oxfordshire. 

Eldest son of Henry Bacchus, Esq. (B.A. 1845 of Cor- 
pus Christi Coll., Cambridge), of Cote House, and of 
Lillington Manor, Warwickshire, who d. 1896, by 
Isabella, who d. 1901, eldest dau. of the Rev. Professor ; 
dimming, F.R.S., of Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1858. j 
Mr. Bacchus, who was educated at the Oratory, Edg- 
baston, is in Holy Orders of the Church of Rome. 
— Residence : The Catholic Church, Goring -on- 
Thames. 

BACK, William Henet, Esq., of Hethersett 
Hall, Norfolk. 
Son of Henry Back, Esq., J.P., of Hethersett Hall, 
who d. 1878, by his 2nd wife Fanny, dau. of the late 
Capt, Lempriere, R.A., of Ewell, Surrey; b. 1853; 
m. 1885 Marion Edith, youngest dau. of the late John 
Henry Browne, Esq., of Hethersett, and has issue. 
Mr. Back is Lord of the Manor of Hethersett. — 
Hethersett Hall, Norwich. 

BACKHOUSE, Sir Edmiwd Trelawnt, Bart. 
— Cr. 1901. 

Eldest son of Sir Jonathan Edmund Backhouse, 1st I 
Bart., by Florence, who d. 1902, youngest dau. of Sir 



Sir Reginald Hugh Spencer, 
K.C.B., K.C.V.O., D.S.O.— Cr. K.C.B. 
1916, K.C.V.O. 1916. 

Youngest son of the Rev. Thomas Bacon, Rector of 
Wiggonholt, Sussex, who d. 1891, by Emma, elder 
dau. of the late George Shaw, Esq., of Teignmouth; A. 
1863; m. 1894 Cicely Isabel, youngest dau. of the late 
Henry Edward Surtees, Esq., of Redworth Hall, co. 
Durham. Sir Reginald Bacon, who was educated in 
H.M.S. "Britannia," is an Adm. ret. and a Grand 
Officer of the Legion of Honour and of the Order of 
Leopold of Belgium ; has the Belgian Croix de Guerre ; 
was in charge of the introduction of Submarine Boats 
into the Navy and their design 1901-4 ; Naval Assis- 
taut to the 1st Sea Lord of the Admiralty 1904-5 ; 
in command of H.M.S. "Dreadnought," when let 
commissioned, 1906-7 ; Chief of the Staff, Home Fleet, 
1907 ; Director of Naval Ordnance and Torpedoes 
1907-9 ; a Navai A.D.C. to H.M. King Edward VII. 
1908-9; Managing Director of the Coventry Ordnance 
Works Ltd. 1909-15; temp. Col. R.M.A. Comm. Heavy 
Howitzer Brigade Feb.-April 1915; in command of 
the Dover Patrols April 1915-1918, and Controller 
of the Munitions Inventions Department 1918-19. — 
Braishfield Lodge, Romsey, Hants ; United Service 
Club, s.w. 

BACON, Nicholas Henry, Esq., of Ravening- 
ham Hall, Norfolk. 
Second son of Sir Henry Hickman Bacon, 1 0th Bart, of 
Redgrave, and 1 1th of Mildenhall, Suffolk, of Ravening- 
ham Hall, and of Thonock Hall, Lincolnshire, who d. 
1872, by Elizabeth, who d. 1885, younger dau. of Sir 
Thomas Beckett, 3rd Bart., of Somerby Park, Lincoln- 
shire; b. 1867; m. 1893 Constance Alice, C.B.E., 
youngest dau. of the late Alexander Samuel LesUe- 
Melville, Esq., of Branston Hall, Lincolnshire, and has, 
SI 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



•willi5daus.,a son, * Edmund Castell, educated at Eton ; \ 
b. 1903. Mr. Bacon, who was educated at Eton, is a j 
J.P.,D.L. and C.C. for Norfolk (High Sheriff 1895), 
and Patron of 3 livings ; late Gapt. 4th Dragoon | 
Guards. — Baveniiic/ham Hall, Norwich ; Carlton, and 
Wellington Clubs,'a.-w.; Naval and Militari/ Club, w. | 

BACON-GREY, of Stjford Hall, Nortliumber- 1 
land. See Loraine. \ 

BADCOCK, Lady. 

Theophila Lo-ivther, dau. of John Shore Dumergue, ' 
Esq., Bengal Civil Service, who d. 1877 ; m. 1866 Sir 
Alexander Robert Badcoek, K.C.B., C.S.I. , a Gen. ret. 
late Indian Army, and a Member of the Council of 
India, who was Commissary Gen. -in-Chief in India 
1888-9 and Quartermaster-Gen. 1895-1900, and who 
was cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1907. 

BADDELEY, Sir John James, Knt.— Cr- 
1909. 

Eldest son of John Baddeley, Esq., of Hackney, who d. 
1869, by Frances, who d. 1870, 5th dau. of the late 
James Beresford, Esq., of Leyton, Essex; b. 1842; m. 
1st 1868 Mary Elizabeth, who d. 1906, 6th dau. of the 
late William Locks, Esq., of Hackney; 2ndly 1912 
Florence Bertha, 5tli dau. of Joseph Douglass Mathews, 
Esq., F.R.I.B.A. Sir John Baddeley, who was 
educated g-t Cambridge House School, Hackney, is a 
J.P. for CO. London, was a Member of the Common 
Council of the City of London (Sheriff 1908-9) 1886- 
1912. and Deputy of the Ward of Cripplpgate Without 
1899-1912 ; elected Aid. of Farringdon Within Ward 
1912; has the Orders of the Crown of Belgium, the 
Vasa of Sweden and St. Anne of Russia. — Con- 
stitutional Club, w.c. ; Lakejield, Woodbcrry Down, 
Stoke Newington, n. 

BADEN-POWELL, Sir Robeet Stephenson 
Smyth, K.C.B., K.C.V.O.,LL.D., F.R.G.S. 
— Cr. K.C.V.O. 1909, K.O.B. 1909. 
Seventh son of the Rev. Baden Powell, M.A., Vicar of 
Plumstead, Kent, and Savilian Professor of Geometry 
to Oxford Univ., of Langton Manor, Kent, who d. 
1860, by his 3rd wife Henrietta Grace, who d. 19U, 
eldest dau. of the late Vice-Adm. William Henry Smvth, 
K.S.F., D.C.L., F.R.S. ; b. 1857; »«. 1912 Olave" St. 
Clair, younger dau. of the late Harold Soames, Esq., of 
Lilliput, Dorsetshire. Sir Robert Baden-Powell, who 
was educated at Charterhouse (Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 
1910), is a Lieut. -Gen. ret., late 13th Hussars 
(of which Regt. he is Col.) and 5th Dragoon Guards, 
Hon. Col. Bechnanaland Rifles, and a Knight of Grace 
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; raised the 
Rhodesian Frontier Force and commanded the troops 
• defending Mafeking during the siege of that place, 
and subsequently served on the Staff in S. Africa 
1899-1900; was Assistant Mil. Secretary in S. Africa 
1887-90 and in Malta 1890-3, Inspector-Gen. of the 
S. African Constabulary (which he raised) 1901-3 and 
of the Cav. in Great Britain and Ireland 1903-7, in 
command of the Northumbrian Div., T.F., 1908-10, and 
Master of the Mercers' Co. 1913-14 ; founded the Boy 
Scouts Organization 1908 and Girl Guides 1911. — Pax 
Hill, 'Bentlci/, Hants; Cavalry Club, w. ; Beefsteak 
Club, w.c. 

BADHAM-THORNHILL. See Thomhill. 

BAGEHOT, Mrs., of Herds Hill, Somerset. 
Elizabeth, dau. of the Right Hon. James Wilson, M.P., 
who d. 1860, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late William 
Preston, Esq., of Neweastle-on-Tyne; m. 1858 Walter 
Bagehot, Esq., a Magistrate for Somerset (only son of 



the late Thomas Watson Bagehot, Esq., of Herds Hill), 
who d.s.p. J 877. Mrs. Bagehot inherited this property 
from the late Thomas Watson Bagehot, Esq., in 1881. 
—Herds Hill, Lang-port, Somerset; 4, MelburyEoad, 
Kensington, w. 

BAGENAL, Beauchamp Feedeuick, Esq., of 
Benekerry, co. Carlow. 
Elder surviving son of Philip Bagenal, Esq., of 
Benekerry, who d. 1855, by Georgina Thomasina, who 
d. 1897, dau. of the late Major James Boyd, of Ross- 
lare, co. Wexford ; b. 1846 ; s. his brother C'apt. Walter 
Philip Bagenal, 16th Lancers, 1868; m. 1870 Ethel 
Constance Mary, 3rd dau. of the late Robert Westley 
Hall-Dare, Esq., of Newtownbarry House, co. Wexford, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Beauchamp Walter, 
b. 1873; m. 1903 Marion Cecile, only dau. of Robert 
Seymour, Esq., of Killanoolie, co. Galway. Mr. 
Bagenal, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at 
the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and was formerly Lieut. 
45th Foot, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Carlow (High 
Sheriff 1871, and was on the roll for 1900).— JSchc- 
kerry House, Carlow ; Naval and Military Club, w. 

BAGGE, Sir Alfred William Francis, Bart., of 
Stradsett Hall, Norfolk.— Cr. 1867. 

Eldest son of Capt. Sir Alfred Thomas Bagge, 3rd 
Bart., ret. R.N., by Milhcent Case, who d. 1918, 5th dau. 
of the late John Grant Morris, Esq., of Allerton Priory, 
Liverpool; b. 1875; s. 1916. Sir Alfred Bagge, who was 
educated at Eton and at King's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1st Class Classics 1896, LL.B. 1st Class Law 1898), 
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1899, is 
Lieut. 6th (Cyclist) Batt. Norfolk Regt. ; late temp. 
Capt. 8th Batt. Liverpool 'Regt— Stradsett Hall, 
Downham Market; 9, Upper King Street, Norwich; 
Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. 

Heir Prel., his brother John Picton, formerly Acting Consul 
at Oaessa, Russia ; educated at Eton and at KiQg's Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1899) ; b. 1877 ; m. 1910 Olive Muriel 
Mary, younger dau. of the late Samuel Mendel, Esq., of 
Manley Hall, Manchester, and has, with other issue, a son, 
•John Alfred Picton, 6. 1914. 



BAGGE, Lady. 

Alice, dau. of Alfred Giles, Esq., M.P., who d. 1895, by 
Jane Emily, dau. of the late John Coppard, Esq. ; m. 1st 
1866 Sir William Henry Ernest Bagge, 2nd Bart., who 
(^.1881 ; 2ndly 1889 William Wainwright, Esq., formerly 
of Horeham Grange, Sussex. — 8, Percival Terrace, 
Brighton. 

BAGGE, Major Richard Ludwig, D.S.O., of 
Gaywood Hall, and Islington Hall, Nor- 
folk. 

Only son of Herbert Bagge, Esq. (son of the late 
Richard Bagge, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Gaywood 
Hall), by Maria Adelaide Rosalie, 2nd dau. of the 
late Louis Joseph Duquesnoy, Esq. ; b. 1872 ; m. 1904 
Anna A'ictoria Wilmsdorff, only dau. of the late 
Major Wilmsdorff George Mansergh, 69th Regt., 
of Rocksavage, co. Cork, and has 5 daus. Major 
Bagge, who was educated at Charterhouse, is a 
Magistrate for Norfolk, an Hon. Capt. in the Army, 
Major ret., late 3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt., Lord of the 
Manors of Gaywood, Havelesse, Mintlyn, Bawsey, 
Leziate,and Islington, and Patron of 3 livings. — Gay- 
wood Hall, King's Lynn; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BAGHOT DE LA BERE, Wilfred Ballard, 

Esq., of The Hayes, Gloiicestersliire. 

Younger son of Cyril De la Bere Baghot De la Bere, 

Esq., of The Hayes, who d. 1909, by Maud Mary, 2nd 

dau. of the late Capt. James Boucher Ballard, R.X. ; 



Bag] 



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b. 1899 ; s. his brother Cyril John Baghot De la Bere, 
Esq., Lieut. Gloucestershire Regt., who was killed in 
action, 1916. Mr. Baghot De la Bere, who was edu- 
catedatBradley Court Agricultural School, Mitcheldeai 
Gloucestershire, is Patron of 1 living. — Eesidence 
Ihe Cottage, Prestbury, Gloucestershire. 



of Nor- 
m. 1871 



BAGNALL-WILD, Ralph Bagnall, 

Costock, Nottinghamshire. 
Second son of the late William Kirkby, Esq 
wood, by Harriott Ursula Horseman ; b. 1845 
Alice, youngest dau. of the late Richard Adolph Pfeil, 
Esq., of Boxgrove, and has, with other issue, a son, 
*R;aph Kirkby, C.M.G., C.B.E., Major Reserve of 
OflBcers and Capt. ret., late R.E. ; was Inspector of 
Engines, R. Flying Corps, 1914-15 and Director 
Aeronautical Inspection R.A.F. 1915-19; appointed 
Brigadier-Gen. 1918; b. 1873; m. 1897 Maida, only 
dau. of the late John Devereux, Esq., and has a son, 
* Ralph »-erard, b. 1902. Mr. Bagnall-Wild, who was 
educated at Cains Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1868, M.A. 
1871), called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1870, and 
assumed the surname of Bagnall-Wild by royal lieec 
1868, on inheriting the estates of his godfathi 
Samuel Bagnall-Wild, Esq., is a J.P. for Notts. 
Costock Manor, Loughboro'. 

BAGOT, Lord (William Bagot).— Cr. 1780. 

Elder son of AVilliam, 3rd Lord, by the Hon. Lucia 
Caroline Elizabeth, who d. 1895, eldest sister of Henry, 
3rd Viscount Clifden ; b. 1857 ; s. 1887 ; m. 1903 Lilian 
Marie, dau. of the late Henry May, of Maryland, U.S.A., 
and has a dau., Barbara. Lord Bagot, who was 
educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Derby and 
Stafford, Patron of 2 livings, and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. 
Col. late Staffordshire Yeo. Cav. ; was a Gentleman- 
Usher of H.M.'s Privy Chamber 1885-7, and a Lord- 
in-Waiting to Queen Victoria 1896-1901 ; late Capt. 
3rd Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. —BUthficld, Rugeley; 
Pool Park, Buthin, N. Wales ; Carlton, and Travellers' 
Clubs, s.w. ; Turf Club, w. 

Heir I'res., bis brother Walter Lewis, D.S.O., a Magistrate for 
Staffordshire, and Major Reserve of Officers; late Capt. 
Grenadier Guards, and Imp. Yeo. in South Africa; h. 1864 ; 
m. 1892 Margaret Jane Caroline, yoongest dau. of the late 
Hon. Frederick William Cadogan, and has had, with a 
dau.,Marjorie Olive, ^ bod, Edward Luke Henry, Lieut. 
Welsh Gnardi ; 1. 1886, and killed in action 1916. 

BAGOT, Sir Alan Desmond, Bart., of Levens 
Hall, Westmorland.— -Cr. 1913. 

Only son of Lieut.-Col. Josceline Fitz Roy Bagot, M.P., 
J.P. and D.L., late Westmorland and Cumberland Imp. 
Yeo., formerly Capt. Grenadier Guards, of Levens Hall, 
who was designated a Bart. 1913 and d. 1913, by 
Theodosia, a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem and a Lady of the R. Red Cross, who 
was granted the precedence of a Baronet's widow 
1913, and has the diploma and cross of the Servian 
Red Cross Society, 3rd dau. of Sir John Leslie, 1st 
Bart.; b. 1896; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand- 
hurst ; is Lieut. R. Horse Guards and Patron of 2 
livings. — Levens Hall, Milnlhorpe, Westmorland. 

BAGOT, Miss, of Pype Hayes Hall, Warwick- 
shire. 

Mabel Arden, only child of Henry Richard Reginald 
Bagot, Esq., ythod. 1908, by Frances Anna Mary (who 
d. 1915, having ?n. 2ndly 1909 Henry Bennett Ewins- 
Barwell-Ewins, Esq., of Marston Trussell Hall, 
Northamptonshire), only child of the late William 
Walter Bagot, Esq., of Pype Hayes Hall. — Residence : 
Marston Trussell Hall, Market Harborough. 



BAGOT, of Elford Hall. See Paget. 



BAGSHAWE, Eknest, Esq., of Poise House, 
Cheshire. 

Second son of Thomas Carver, Esq., formerly of The 
Hollins, Cheshire, who (i. 191 1 , by Hannah, who d. 1908, 
dau. of the late John Roberton, Esq., M.D.; b. 1860; m. 
1886 Francis Alice Devereux, younger dau. of the 
late William Henry Greaves-Bagshawe, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L.,of Ford Hall, Derbyshire, and has, with other 
issue, an only surviving son, * Francis Ernest Gisborne, 
Lieut. Lanarkshire Yeo. ; formerly served in the 
Hon. Art. Co., T.F.; educated at Harrow and at Hert- 
ford Coll., Oxford; b. 1893. Mr. Bagshawe, who 
assumed that surname in lieu of Carver by royal license 
1914, is a J.P. for Cheshire and for Derbyshire. — 
Poise House, Haselgrove, Cheshire. 

BAGSHAWE, Mrs. GREAVES-, of Ford 
Hall, Derbyshire. 

Martha, dau. of the late Joseph Bowmer, Esq., of 
Lancayo House, Monmouthshire; m. 1856 William 
Henry Greaves-Bagshawe, Esq., of Ford Hall, a J.P. 
and D.L. for Derbyshii'e (High Sheriff, 1895), who 
d. 1913, leaving, with another dau., *Frances Alice 
Devereux (.see Bagshawe, of Poise House, Cheshire). — 
Ford Hall, Chajiel-en-le-FHth, Derbyshire. 



BAGSHAWE, of Oakes-in- Norton, and Worm- 
hill Hall, Derbyshire. See hherwood-Bagshawe. 

BAGWELL, Major John, M.V.O., M.O., of 
Belgrove, co. Cork. 

Only son of William Bagwell, Esq., J.P., of East Grove, 
CO. Cork, by Mary, dau. of the late Spring Rice, Esq., 
of Marlhill, co. Tipperary ; b. 1884 ; s. his godfather 
William Edward Gumbleton, Esq., J.P., 1911 ; 7n. 
1914 Mary Ethel, younger dau. of the late Samuel 
Kingan, Esq., D.L., of Glenganagh, co. Down, and has, 
with other issue, a son, h. 1919. Major Bagwell, wdio 
was educated at Harrow and at the R. Mil. Coll., 
Sandhurst, is Capt. and Brevet Major 3rd Batt. and 
Capt. temp. ret. pay Norfolk Regt. and a Gen. Staff 
Officer ; has the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, 
4th Class. — Belgrove, Qiieenstomi, co. Cork. 

BAGWELL, John Philip, Esq., of Marlfield, 
CO. Tipperary. 
Only son of Richard Bagwell, Esq., Litt.D., J.P. and 
D.L., of Marltield, who d. 1918, by Harriette Philippa, 
4th dau. of the late Philip Joceljn Newton, Esq., of 
Dunleckney Manor, co. Carlow ; b. 1874; m. 1901 
Louisa, younger dau. of the late Major-Gen. George 
Shaw, C.B., and has, with other issue, a son, *Richard, 
b. 1901. Mr. Bagwell, who was educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1897), and was 
formerly Capt. 4th Batt. R. Irish Regt,, is a D.L. for 
CO. Tipperary, an Hon. Capt. in the Army, and Lieut.- 
Col. Engineer and Railway Staff Corps R.E., T.F.— 
Marlfield, Clonwel, );o. Tipperary; Travellers' Club, 
s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin; B- St. George 
Yacht Club, Kingstown. 

BAGWELL, William, Esq., of East Grove, 
CO. Cork. 
Younger son of John Bagwell, Esq., M.P., J.P. and 
D.L., of Marlfield, co. Tipperaiy, who d. 1883, by the , 
Hon. Frances Elizabeth, whoa!. 1901, youngest dau. 
of the late Hon. Francis Alborough Prittie, and sister 
of Henry,3rd Lord Dunalley ; b. 1849 ; m. 1881 Mary, 
dau. of the late Spring Rice, Esq., of Marlhill, co. 
Tipperary, and has, with other issue, an only son, 
♦John, M.V.O., M.O. {whom see). Mr. Bagwell, who 
was formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade, is a J.P. for co. Cork. 
— East Grove, Queenstoum, co. Cork. 

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+ BAGWELL-PUIIEFOT, Wilfeed, Esq 
Greenfield, co. Tipperary. 

Eldest son of Col. Edward Bagwell-Purefoy, of Green- 
field, who d. 1883, by his 2nd wife Charlotte, who 
d. 1881, 4th dau. of the late John Green Wilkinson, 
Esq. ; b. 1 862. Mr. Bagwell-Purefoy, who was formerly 
Lieut. 3rd Hussars, is a J.P. for co. Tipperary. — 
Greenfield, Tipperary. 

Heir Pres., his brother Edward, late Oapt. 16th Lancers; 
b. 1868; m. 1897 Frances Elizabeth, who d. 1903, eldest dau. 
of the late John Thornton Sogers, Esq., of River Hill, 
Kent, and has, with other issue, a son, • John, b. 1898. 



BAIKIE, Alfred, Esq., of Tankemess, I. of 
Orkney. 

Youngest son of William Layman Cowan, Esq., of 
Tankerness House, Kirkwall, by Deborah Hodgson, 
dau. of the late Capt. Joseph Dover, of Causewayfort, 
Cumberland; b. 1861 ; «. his brother WiUiam Dover 
Baikie, Esq., J.P., 1898; m. 1st 1888 Annie Traill 
who d. 1896, dau, of Ralph Fotheringhame, Esq., of 
Lynnfield, Kirkwall ; 2ndly 1902 Mary Anne Stewart, 
youngest dau. of the late Thomas Traill, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Holland, Orkney, and has, with a dau., a son, 
*Eobert, Lieut. Orkney K.G.A., Territorial Force; 
educated at Clare Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1913, M. A. 

1917); *. 1892. Mr. Baikie, who assumed that sur- 
name in 1898, is a J.P. for, and Vice-Lieut, of, Orkney 

and Shetland, and a Consulting Engineer. — Hall of 

Tankerness, near Kirkwall. 

BAILEY, Sir Abe, Bart., K.C.M.G., of Yew. 

hurst, Sussex.— Cr. 1919. 
Only son of the Hon. Thomas Bailey, of Queenstown, 
Cape Colony, who d. 1905; ft. 1864; m. 1st 1894 Caroline 
Mary, who d. 1902, elder dau. of the late John 
Paddon, Esq., of Sydenham; 2ndly 1911 the Hon. Mary 
Westenra, only dau. of Derrick Warner William, 
5th Lord Rossmore. Sir Abe Bailey, who was educated 
at Clewer House, Windsor, was formerly Major Second- 
in-Command of Gorringe's Flying Column in S. Africa, 
where he served as Intelligence Officer ; Capt. Sussex 
Imp. Yeo., and M.L.A. Cape Colony 1902 and Trans- 
vaal Colony 1907-10, and is a J.P. for Sussex and one 
of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London ; appointed 
D.A. and Q.M.G. on the Staff in S. Africa, with the 
rank of Major, 1915, and elected a Member of the 
Parliament of the Union of South Africa, 1915; has 
the French Croix de Guerre. — Yewhursi , East Grin- 
stead ; Rusten- Vrede, Muizenberg, Cape Colony ; Marl- 
borough Club, s.w. ; Civil Service Club, Capetown ; 
Band Club, Johannesbtirg ; 38, Bryanston Square, w. 

H<ir, his son John Milner, educated at Winohester ; b. 1 900, 

BAILEY, Lady. 

Elizabeth Sophie (Lily), 2nd dau. of the late Adolphus 
Fass, Esq., of Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. ; m. 1st 
1896, as his 2nd wife. Sir James Bailey, a D.L. for 
Norfolk, and a J.P. for Essex, who was M.P. for the 
Walworth Div. of Newington 1895-1906, and who was 
cr. Knt. 1905 and d. 1910; 2ndly 1916, as his 2nd 
wife, Francis Havile Harry Judd, Esq., of Maces Place, 
Essex {whom see). — Maces Place, Eickling, Xcwport, 
Essex. 

+BAILEY, Sir Eowland, Knt., C.B., M.V.O., 
I.S.O.— Cr. 1913. 

3. 1852. Sir Eowland Bailey, who entered the 
Office of Works as Junior Clerk 1871, is a Member of 
the Executive Committee of King Edward VII 
Sanatorium ; was Controller of Supplies, Office of 
Works, 1883-1905, and Controller of the Stationery 
Office and King's Printer of Acts of Parliament 
1905-13. 
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of BAILEY, Lieut. - Col. Edmund Windham 
Geevis, of Ightham Court, Kent. 
Eldest son of the Rev. James Sandford Bailey, M.A., 
who d. 1912, by Lavinia Margaret, who d. 1876, dan. 
of the late Demetrius Grevis-James, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L, of Ightham Court; b. 1858; m. 1835 Alberta 
Sylva, only surviving child of the late Capt. James 
Evelyn, formerly Grenadier Guards, and has an only 
son, * James van Hastrecht Evelyn Grevis, ft. 1902. 
Lieut.-Col. Bailey is a Magistrate for Kent, an Hon. 
],ieut.-Col. in the Army, Lieut.-Col. ret., late Comm. 
3rd Batt. R. West Kent Regt., and Lord of the Manors 
of Ightham, Wrotham and Sta.nsted.—I(/htham Court, 
Ightham, Kent ; Junior United Service Club, s.w. 



BAILEY, Henet James, Esq., of Rowden 
Abbey, Herefordshire. 
Third son of Joseph Bailey, Esq., M.P., of Easton 
Court, Herefordshire, who d. 1850, by Elizabeth Mary 
(who d. 1897, having m. 2ndly 1872, as Jjis 2nd wife, 
Edward Otto Partridge, Esq., who d. 1914), only child 
of the late William Congreve Russell, Esq., of Moor 
Green, Worcestershire; b. 1844; m. 1871 Edith Anne, 
who d. 1919, dau. of the late Joseph Tarratt, Esq. 
Mr. Bailey, who was educated at Univ. Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1868), is a J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire.— 
Sowdeu Abbey, Bromyard; Oxford and Cambridge 
Club, s.w. 

BAILEY, of Maindiff Court, Monmouthshire. 

See Curre. 

BAILEY. See Glanusk. 

-fBAILHACHE, the Hon. Sir Clement 
Meachee, Knt., LL.B.— Cr. 1912. 

Son of the late Rev. Clement Bailhache, a Baptist 
Minister, by Emma, who d. 1914, dau. of the late ■ 

; 6. 1856; m. 1881 Fanny Elizabeth, dau. 

of Herman Liebstein, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Sir 
Clement Bailhache, who was educated at the City of 
London School and at London Univ. (LL.B. 1877). 
called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1889, appointed 
a K.C. 1908, and elected a Bencher 1912, was 
formerly a Solicitor, and has been a Judge of the High 
Court of Justice since 1912. — St. Margaret's, High 
Road, Whetstone, n. 

BAILIE, Mrs., of Ringdufferin, co. Down. 

Charlotte Jemima, eldest dau. of Capt. William Cossart 
Carlelon, of the 36th Bengal N.I., H.E.I.C.S., who 
d. 1842, by Catherine Louisa, dau. of Capt. Tritton ; 
»i. 1850 Major James Bailie, of Ringdufferin, who 
was a J.P. for co. Down, and Major ret. 60th Royal 
Rifles, and S7th R. Irish Fusiliers, and who d. 1896, 
leaving issue * Harriet Louisa. — Ringdufferin, near 
Toy, CO. Down. 

BAILLIE, Sir Adeian William Maxwell, 
Bart., of Polkemmet, Linlithgowshire. — 
Cr. 1823. 

Younger son of Sir Robert Alexander Baillie, 4th Bart., 
who d. 1907, by Isabel, dau. of the late David Elliot 
Wilkie, Esq., of Ratho Byres, Midlothian, and of 
Melbourne, Australia; A. 1898; s. his brother Sir 
Gawaine George Stuart Baillie, 5th Bart., Lieut. 
2nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys), who was killed in 
action, 1914; educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., 
Sandhurst; is Lieut. Reserve of Officers, late 2nd 
Dragoons (R. Scots Greys). — Folkemmet, IVhitbum, 
Linlithgoioshire. 

Heir Pres., his uncle William, 3rd son of Tliomas Baillie, 
Esq. (youngest son of the Ist Bart.), who d. 1889, by 
Elizabeth, dau. of the late James Ballingall, Esq., of 
Australia; i. 1861 ; m. 1802 Mary, eldest dau. of the late 
Hev. Walter Fellows, Incumbent of St. John's, Toorakj 
Melbourne, and has 3 daus. 



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BAILLIE, Sir Duncan Colvin, K.C.S.I.— Cr. 
1914 
Eldest son of Peter Baillie, Esq., Shipowner, of Inver- 
ness, who d. 1890, by Isabella, who d. 1878, 2nd dau. 
of the late Duncan Colvin, Esq., Essich, Inverness- 
shire ; h. 1856; /«. 1887 Julia Louisa, who d. 1905, 
'2nd dau. of the late Rev. Henry Stern, Rector of 
Brampton, Norfolk. Sir Duncan Baillie, who was 
educated at Inverness and Glasgow Academies and at 
Edinburgh Univ., and entered the Indian Civil Service 
1879, was Assistant Settlement Officer 18S7-9 ; Joint 
Magistrate 1889 ; Superintendent of Census Operations, 
N.-W. Provinces, 1889-92 ; Deputy Commissioner anc 
Settlement Officer 1892-5; Director of Land Eecordi 
and Agriculture 1895-6; Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue 1896-9; Opium Agent, Benares, 1899-1903; 
Commissioner 1903-7 ; Officiating Member of the 
Board of Revenue, United Provinces, 1907-9 ; a 
Member and subsequently President of the Punjab 
Canal Colony Administration Committee 1907-8, and 
a Member of the Board of Revenue, United Provinces, 
and Vice-President of the Lieut.-Governor's Council 
1909-14 (acted as Lieut.-Governor of the United 
Provinces 1913).— fesH India United Service Club, s.w. 



BAILLIE, Sir Prank, K.B.E.— Cr. 1918. | 

Son of John Baillie, Esq., by Marian Wilton ; b. 
1875; m. 1900 Edith Julia, dau. of the late Aubrey 
White, Esq., C.M.G., Deputy Minister of Lands and ' 
Mines, Ontario. Sir Frank Baillie is President ofj 
Canadian Aeroplanes Ltd. and Bankers Bond Co. Ltd., 
Toronto, and of Canadian Cartridge Co. Ltd., and 
Burlington Steel Co. Ltd., Hamilton, and has been j 
Director of Aviation for Canada, Imperial Munitions 
Board, since 1916.— 146, Crescent Road, Toronto, 
Canada; Albany, National, Toronto, Victoria, and\ 
R. Canadian Yacht Clubs, Toronto; Hamilton Club, 
Hamilton. 

BAILLIE, JAiiES Evan Bruce, Esq., M.V.O., 
of DochfoTir, Inverness-shire. 
Eldest son of Evan Peter Montagu Baillie, Esq., a D.L. 
for Inverness-shire, who (i. 1 874, by Lady Frances Anne, 
who d. 1894, youngest dau. of Thomas, 7th Earl of 
Elgin ; b. 1855 ; «. his grandfather, Evan Baillie, Esq., 
of Doehfour, and of Culduthel, Inverness-shire, 1883 ; 
m. 1894 Nellie Lisa, 2nd Baroness Burton {lohom see), 
and has, with other issue, a son, * George Evan 
Michael, M.C., Capt. Inverness-shire R.H.A., T.F. ; 
educated at Eton ; b. 1894. Mr. Baillie is a Magis- 
trate for Inverness-shire, and Major and Hon. Col. ret., 
late Inverness-shire R.H.A., T. F., previously Lieut.- 
Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. the Highland R.G.A. Vols., 
V.D. ; wasM.P. for Inverness-shire June 1895-1900.— 
Doehfour, Inverness, N.B.; Carlton Club, s.w.; 71, 
South Audley Street, w. 

BAILLIE, Mrs., of Culter Allers, Lanarkshire. 

KatharineFarquharson, youngest dau. of the late Lieut.- 
Col. George Charles Finlay, Madras N.I.; m. 1888 
Robert Granbery Baillie, Esq., of Colter Allers, a 
J.P. and C.S. for Lanarkshire, and a Member of the R. 
Company of Archers (H.M.'s Body Guard for Scotland), 
who d. 1896, leaving a dau., Katherine Farquharson. 
— Culter Allers, Biggar, N.B. Residence : 39, Great 
King Street, Edinburgh. 

BAILLIE, Mrs., of Loch Loy, Nairnshire. 
Anna Glentworth, younger dau. of the Rev. Gustavus 
Andrew Burnaby, of Somerby Hall, Leicestershire, who 
d. 1872, by Harriet, who d. 1883, youngest dau. of the 
late Henry Villebois, Esq., of Marham House, Norfolk ; 
m. 1862 Gen. Duncan James BaiUie, of Loch Loy, 



formerly Col. Comm. R. Horse Guards, who d. 1890, 
leaving, with other issue, * Ronald Hugh {u<hom see).— 
Loch Loy, near Nairn, N.B. 

BAILLIE, Ronald Hugh, Esq., of Jedbank, 
Roxburghshire. 
Eldest son of Gen. Duncan James Baillie, late R. Horse 
Guards, of Loch Loy, Nairnshire, who d. 1890, by Anna 
Glentworth, younger dau. of the late Rev. Gustavus 
Andrew Burnaby, of Somerby Hall, Leicestershire; 
b. 1863; m. 1897 Elizabeth Margaret, M.B.E., younger 
dau. of the late Major James Rose, Lord Lieut, of 
Nairnshire, of Kilravock, Nairnshire, and has 2 dans. 
Mr. Baillie, who was educated at Wellington Coll., 
and admitted a Member of the Scottish Faculty of 
Advocates 1887, is a J.P. and D.L. for Nairnshire, and 
SherifiF Substitute of Roxburgh, Berwick, and Selkirk. — 
Jedbank, Jedburgh, Roxburghihire ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 
New Club, Edinburgh. 

BAILLIE. See Burton, Lamington, and Murray 
Baillie. 

BAILLIE-GAGE, (Robert) Cecil (Edward), 
Esq., formerly of Tirnaskea, co. Tyrone. 
Only son of Thomas Robert Baillie-Gage, Esq., I.S.O., 
formerly Solicitor to the Postmaster-Gen. in Ireland, 
of Tirnaskea, who d. 1914, by Louisa Georgina, who 
d. 1911, dau. of the late Edward John Smith, Esq., of 
Cherrymount, CO. Meath ; b. 1878; »j. 1916 Josephine 
A., only dau. of the late Marcus Gage, Esq., of Holy- 
wood, CO. Down, and has a son, Marcus, b. 1918. 
Mr. Baillie-Gage, who was educated at Cheltenham 
and at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1900), and admitted 
a Solicitor, Ireland, 1900, has been Solicitor to the 
Great Northern Railway Co. (Ireland) since 1910. — 
Lansdowtie Lodge, Lansdowne Road, Dublin; R, 
Societies' Club, s.w.; University Club, Dublin. 

BAILLIE-HAMILTON, the Hon. Mrs., of 
Lennel Bank, Berwickshire. 

Harriet Frances, 3rd dau. of Henry Francis, 5th Lord 
Polwarth, who d. 1867, by Georgina, who d. 1859, dau. 
of the late George Baillie, Esq. ; ni. 1872 the Hon. 
Henry Baillie-Hamilton, a J.P. for Berwickshire, 
and a Comm. R.N. ret., who d. 1895, and has 4 daus. 
— Lennel Bank, Coldstream. 

BAILLIE-HAMILTON, Sir William Alex- 
ander, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 1897. 
Eldestsurvivingson of Adm. William Alexander Baillie- 
Hamilton, whorf. 1881, by Lady Harriet, who d. 1884, 
dau. of the late James, Viscount Hamilton, and sister of 
the IstDukeof Abercorn ; b. 1844; m. 1871 Mary Ay ns- 
combe, dau. of the late Rev. John Mossop, ofHothfield, 
Kent. Sir William Baillie-Hamilton, who was called 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1871, was Chief Clerk 
of the Colonial Office 189,6-1909, has been Officer of 
Arms of the Order of St. Michael and St. George since 
1901 and Gentleman Usher of the Blue Rod since 
1911, andisLieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret., lateLothians 
and Berwickshire Imp. Yeo. — Carlton Club, s.w.; 
Scottish Conservative Club, Edinburgh; 55, Sloane 
Street, s.w. 

BAILLIE-HAMILTON, Mrs. BUCHANAN-, 
of Arnprior, Perthshire. 

Catherine Elizabeth Grace, only child and heiress of 
Alexander Buchanan, Esq., of Arnprior, who (7. 1848, 
by Catherine, who d. 1848, dau. of the late Roljert 
Buchanan, Esq. ; m. 1869 .John Baillie Baillie- 
Hamilton, Esq., a J.P., D.L. and C.S. for Perthshire, 
who assumed the prefix surname of Buchanan on his 
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marriage, and who d. 1908, leaving, with other issue, a 
son, * John Edmondstone, b. 1874. — Cambusmore, Cal- 
lander, Perthshire; Strathyre, Perthshire. 

BAILLIE.HAMILTON. See Haddington. 

BAILLIE-HAMILTON-ARDEN, Capt. the 
Hon. Hekky Robert, of Arderne Hall, 
Cheshire. 
Only surviving son of George (Baillie-Hiimilton-Arilen), 
nth Earl of Haddington, K.T., who d. 1917, by Helen, 
who d. 1889, 2nd dau. of Sir John Warrender, 6th 
Bart.; b. 1862. Capt. Baillie-Hamilton-Arden, who 
•was educated at Eadley and at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge, and assumed the additional surname of Arden 
by deed poll 1918, was formerly Capt. .Coldstream 
Guards, and is a J.P. for Cheshire. — Arderne Hall, 
Tarporley, Cheshire; Scottish Conservative Club, 
Edinburgh. 

BAILLIE-HAMILTON-ARDEN. See Had- 

dinqton. 

BAILWARD, Capt. John, of Horsington 
Manor, Somerset. 
Eldest son of Thomas Henry Methuen Bailward, Esq., 
J.P., of Horsington Manor, who d. 1913, by Margaret 
Eliza, only dau. of the late Henry Hobhouse, Esq., 
J.P. and i).L., of Hadspen House, Somerset ; b. 1883. 
Capt. Bailward, who was educated at Eton and at the 
E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and was formerly Lieut. 
Queen's R.W. Surrey Eegt., is Capt. 19th Hussars, and 
Lord of the Manor of Horsington. — Horsington Manor, 
Temple Combe, Somerset; Cavalry Club, w. 

BAINBRIDGE, Maeu Kate, Lady. 

Dau. of the late John Page, Esq., J. P., of Southend, 
Essex; m. 1881, as his 2nd wife. Sir Edmond Bain- 
bridge, a Col. ret. R.A., who was Superintendent 
of the R. Laboratory, Woolwich, 1892-9, and Chief 
Superintendent of Ordnance Factories, Woolwich, 1 898- 
1903, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1903 and d. 1911.- 
Haddon Lodge, Sheringham, Norfolk. 

BAINBRIDGE, Major-Gen. Sir (Edmond) 
Guy TnLLOOH, K.C.B.— Cr. 1918. 

Elder son of Col. Sir Edmond Bainbridge, K.C.B., 
late R.A., of Sheringham, Norfolk, who d. 1911, by his 
1st wife Louisa, who d. 1878, only dau. of the late 
Lieut.-Col. James Dundas Gregorie Tulloch, 90th L.I., 
of Updown Park, Kent ; b. 1867 ; m. 1904 Alice May, 
2nd dau. of Col. Mark Henry George Goldie, formerly 
E.E., of Wallington Lodge, Fareham. Sir Guy Bain- 
bridge, who was educated at Marlborough and at the 
E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Major-Gen., late The Buffs 
(E. Kent Eegt.), and a Comm. of the Legion of 
Honour ; was D.A.A.G. Comm. 7th Mounted Infantry 
Corps in S. Africa 1899-19i;0 ; Commandant School 
of Mounted Infantry 1903-4; a Gen. Staff Officer 
1910-15 and in command of a Brigade 1915-16 and of 
a Div. 1916-18; appointed temp. Inspector of Infantry 
•1918.— r^e Shrublands, Hoole, Chester; Naval and 
Military Club, -w. 

BAINBRIDGE, Mrs., of Frankfield, co. Cork. 

Rose Catherine, elder dau. of Col. Edward Birch-Rey- 
nardson, C.B., of Eushington Manor, Hants, who d. 
1896, by Emily, who d. 1893, 2nd dau. of the late Vere 
Fane, Esq., of Little Ponton Hall, Lincolnshire ; m. 
1875 Rear-Adm. John Hugh Bainbridge, of Frankfield, 
who was a J.P. for co. Cork, and a Naval A.D.C. to 
Queen Victoria, and who d. 1901, leaving, with 
other issue, an only son, * John Hugh, Comm. ret. 



E.N. ; b. 1879 ; m. 1907 Kathleen Irene, only dau. of 
the late Lewis Sparrow, Esq., of Strode, Devonshire, 
and has, with other issue, a son, *George Hugh, i. 1916. 
— Residence : Elfordleigh, Plympton, S. Devon, 

BAINES, Sir Jekvoise Athelstane, Knt., 
C.S.I.— Cr. 1905. 
Son of the Eev. Edward Baines, Vicar of yaldiiiR, 
Kent, who d. 1882, by Catherine Eularia, who rf. 189i>, 
dau. of the late John Baines, Esq., of Eltham, Ki-nt ; 
h. 1847; m. 1874 Constance, dau. of the late Henry 
Pyne, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Educated at Rugliy 
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge; entered the Bomliay 
Civil Service 1870 and retired 1895; was Ctn^is 
Commissioner for India 1889-93 ; Secretary to the K. 
Commission on Opium 1894-5, and an Aid. of the 
London C.C. \S9S-\902.~Home Close, Kidlington, 
Oxfordshire ; Reform Club, s.w. 

-1- BAINES, Sir Frank, Knt., C.B.E., M.V.O. 
— Cr. 1918. 
li. 1877. Sir Frank Baines is Principal Architect 
H.M.'s Office olWorks.— Hillside, Loughton, Essex. 

BAINES, Mrs., of Bell Hall, Yorkshire. 

Mary Ann Verdon, 4th dau. of the late Peter Russell 
Dixon, Esq., of Auckland, New Zealand, by Frances 
Charlotte, dau. of the late Edward Verdon, Esq., ot 
Dublin ; m. 1855 William Mortimer Baines, Esq., 
F.R.G.S., of Bell Hall, who d. 1912, leaving, with 
other issue, a son, *Hewley Mortimer, was formerly 
in the Indian Public Works Department ; educated at 
Eepton and at the R. Indian Engineering Coll., Egham ; 
b. 1865. Mrs. Baines is Lady of the Manor of Wig- 
ginton and joint Lady of the Manor of Deighton. — 
Bell Hall, York. 

BAINES, Mrs., of Westbrook Hall, Sussex. 

Ellen Mary, 2nd dau. of the late Eev. John Ingall 
Werge, Eector of Somersal Herbert, Derbyshire, and 
formerly Lieut. 99th Eegt., by Fanny, dau. of the late 
David Melville, Esq., of Dulwich ; m. 1860 Lazarus 
Threlfall Baines, Esq., of Westbrook Hall, who was 
a Barrister-at-Law, and a J.P. for Lancashire, for 
Nottinghamshire, and for the W. Eiding of Yorkshire, 
and who d. 1905, lea\nng, with other issue, a son, 
* Matthew Talbot, a Magistrate for Wiltshire and for 
the W. Eiding of Yorkshire ; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1885, M.A. 
1889); b. 1863; m. 1892 Henrietta Eveleigh, eldest 
dau. of William Rose Holden, Esq., of Dover, and has, 
with other issue, a son, * Matthew Talbot, Capt. E. 
Wiltshire Yeo. and temp. Capt. E.A.F ; educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1915) ; 
b. 1893 ; m. 1917 Flora, younger dau. of Cavaliere 
Roberto Reuben AUatini, of Holland Park, W., and 
has a dau., Astra Babette Talbot. — Westbrook Hall, 
Horsham, Sussex. 

BAIRD, Sir "William James Gardiner, Bart., of 
Saughton Hall, Midlothian.— Cr. 1694-5. 
Only survi-ving son of Sir James Gardiner Baird, 7th 
Bart., by Henrietta Mary, who d. 1896, sister of Sir 
John Don-Wauchope, 8th Bart.; b. 1854; s. 1896; m. 
1879 the Hon. Arabella Eose Evelyn Hozier, who d. 
1916, eldest dau. of William Wallace, 1st Lord New- 
lands. Sir William Baird is a J.P. and C.S. for Mid- 
lothian, a Magistrate for Haddingtonshire, and Lieut.- 
Col. and Hon. Col. ret., late Comm. Lothians and Ber- 
wickshire Imp. Yeo.; formerly Lieut. 7th Hussars 

Eesidence : Glendalongh, North Berwick ; Carlton 
Club, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh. 

Heir, his son James Hozier Gardiner, M.O., Capt. 4th 
Batt. Bedfordshire Regl. and M.Q.C. ; late temp. Major 

Essex Regt. ; previously Capt. '" ^ 

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BAIRD, Sii- David, Bart., M.V.O., of Newbyth, ; 
Haddingtonsliire.— Cr. 1809. I 

Elder son of Sir David Baird, 3rd Bart., of Newbyth, ' 
by the Hon. EUen, 2nd dau. of Charles, 12th and last I 
Lord Blantyre; 6. 1865; s. 1913; m. 1901 Lilian 
Gertrude, dau. of Major-Gen. James Davidson, and 
widow of Major Ernest Maxwell WiUshire, The Black 
Watch (R. Highlanders), and has a dau., Jean 
Marjorie. Sir David Baird, who was educated at Eton, 
is a D.L. for Haddingtonshire, Capt. Reserve of 
Officers, and Capt. ret., late The Black Watch (R. 
Highlanders). — Ncwhytk, Prestoyikirlc , Haddington- 
shire; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Naval and Military Club, 
w. ; New Club, Edinburgh. 

Heir Pres., his brother William Arthur (idiom see). 

BAIRD, Sir Alexander, Bart., F.R.G.S., of 
Urie, and Rickarton, Eancardinesliire. — 
Cr. 1897. 

Elder son of John Baird, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Urie 
and of Lochwood, Lanarkshire, who d. 1870, by 
Margaret, who d. 1883, dau. of the late John Findlay, 
Esq., of Spriughill, Lanarkshire; b. 18-19; m. 1873 1 
the Hon. Annette Maria, who d. 1884, elder dau. ofi 
Lawrence, 1st Lord Haldon. Sir Alexander Baird, 
who was educated at Harrow, and was formerly Lord 
Lieut, of Kincardineshire, is a D.L. for Inverness-shire 
and for the City of Aberdeen ; has the Grand Cordon 
of the Egyptian Order of the Nile. — Urie, Stonehaven, 
N.B. ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Turf Club, w. 

Heh; his son John Lawrence, C.M.G., D.S.O., a J.P. and D.L. j 
for Kincardineshire, Major T.F. Reserve, late Scottish 
Horse Yec, a Grand Otficer of the Italian Order of the 
Crown, a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour and Officier of 
the Order of Leopold of Belgium ; has the Belgian Crois de 
Guerre ; late Lieut. Lanarlishire (Queen's Own R. Glasgow) ' 
Yeo. Cav. ; was formerly a 2nd Secretary in the Diplomatic 
Service : Parliamentary Secretary to the Air Board Dec. ' 
1916-1918; Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Air 
Council, 1918-19 and Joint Parliamentary Secretary to the 
Ministry of Munitions 1919; appointed Under Secretary 
of state for the Home Department 1919; has been M.P. 
for the Kugby Div. of Warwickshire since Jan. 1910 ; , 
educated at Eton and at Cli. C)i., C^iford ; 6. 1874 ; m. 1906 ! 
Lady Ethel Sydney Keith-Falconer, elder dau. of the 9th Earl 
of Kiutore, and has, with other issue, a son, * James Ian, 



BAIRD, Constance Barbara, Lady. > 

Eldest dau. of Edward Clarke, Esq., of Avishays, 
Somerset, who d. 1895, by Barbara, who d. 1898, ' 
youngest dau. of the late William Arundell Yeo, Esq., 
of Fremington House, Devonshire; m. 1905 Sir John 
Kennedy Erskine Baird, an Adm. R.N. ret., who was 
formerly a Naval A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria, Com- 
mander-in-Chief in the Pacific 188i-5, Adm. Super- 
intendent of Naval Reserves 1885-8, and in command 
of the Channel Squadron 1888-90, and -who was cr. 
K.C.B. 1890 and d. \90S.— Woodside, Wootton, Idle of 
Wight. 

BAIRD, Miss, of Wellwood, Ayrshire. " ' 
Edith Christian, elder dau. of Col. John George ' 
Alexander Baird, M.P., J.P. and D.L., late Comm. i 
Ayrshire Yeo., T.D., of Wellwood, and of Colstoun, ' 
Haddingtonshire, who d. 1917, by Susan Georgina, 
elder dau. of the Right Hon. Sir James Fergusson, 6th 
Bart., G.C.S.I., K.C.M.G., CLE., M.P., of Kilkerran, ' 
Ayrshire. — Wellwood, Muirkirk, Ayrshire; Colstoun, 
Haddington. 

BAIRD, Mrs., of Colstoun, Haddingtonshire. 
Susan Georgina, elder dau. of the Right Hon. Sir 
James Fergusson, 6th Bart., G.C.S.I.,K.C.M.G., CLE., 
M.P., of Kilkerran, Ayrshire, who d. 1907, by his 1st , 
wife Lady Edith Christian, who d. 1871, ."Ind dau. of, 
James, let and only Marquis of Dalhousie; m. 1880 ' 



Col. John George Alexander Baird, late Comm. Ayr- 
shire Yeo., T.D., of Colstoun, and of Wellwood, 
Ayrshire, a J.P. and D.L. for Ayrshire and a D.L. for 
Haddingtonshire and for Glasgow, who was formerly 
Lieut. 16th Lancers and M.P. for the Central Div. of 
Glasgow 1886-1906, and who d. 1917, leaving, with 
another dau., * Edith Christian, now of Wellwood 
{whom see). — Colstoun, Haddington ; Wellwood, Muir- 
kirk, Ayrshire. 

BAIRD, Major William Aethde, of Lennox- 
love, Haddingtonshire. 
Younger son of Sir David Baird, 3rd Bart., of New- 
byth, Haddingtonshire, who d. 1913, by the Hon. 
Ellen, 2nd dau. of Charles, 12th and last Lord Blan- 
tyre ; b. 1879 ; m. 1908 Lady Hersey Constance Evelyn 
Conyugham, 3rd dau. of Henry Francis, 4th Marquis 
Conyngham, and has, with other issue, a son, * David 
, Charles, b. 1912. Major Baird, who was educated at 
Winchester, and inherited this estate on the death 
of his maternal grandfather 1900, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for Renfrewshire and for Haddingtonshire, and 
Major ret., late Lothians and Border Horse Yeo. — 
Lennoxlove, Haddington; Wedderlea, Gordon, Berwick- 
shire ; Arthurs Club, s.w.; New Club, Edinburgh. 

BAIRD, William James, Esq., of Elie, Fife ; 
and of Cambusdoon, Ayrshire. 
Only son of Col. William Baird, J.P. and D.L., late 
Fife R.G.A. Militia, of Elie, and of Cambusdoon, who 
d. 1918, by Caroline Muriel, only dau. of the late John 
Alexander Burn Callander, Esq., of Preston Hall, 
Midlothian, b. 1893 ; m. 1918 Audlcy Josephine Helen, 
younger dau. of John Porter Porter, Esq.,_of Belle Isle, 
CO. Fermanagh. Mr. Baird, who was educated at Har- 
row and at the R. Mil. Coll., Saudlinrst, is Lieut. 
12th Lancers. — Elie House, Fife; Cambusdoon, Ayr; 
Orleans, and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. 

BAIRD, of Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. See 

VilUers. 

BAIRD-HAT. See Hay, of Belton, Haddingtonshire. 

BAKER, Major the Right Hon. Harold 
Trevor. 

Son of Sir John Baker, M.P. for Portsmouth, who d. 
1909, by Louisa, who d. 1899, dau. of the late Pay- 
master-in-Chief Robert Crispin, R.N.j b. 1877. Major 
Baker, who was educated at Winchester and at New 
Coll., Oxford, of which he was a Fellow 1896-1907 
(B.A. and M.A. 1900), and called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1903, Tvas Parliamentary Private Secre- 
tary to the .Secretary of State for War (Viscount 
Haldane) 1910-12 and Financial Secretary to the War 
Office 1912-15; appointed Inspector of Q.M.G.'s 
Services, with the temp, rank of Major, 1916, and a 
D.A.Q.M.G. 1917; sat as M.P. for the Accrington 
Div. of N.E. Lancashire Jan. 1910-1918.— &w% 
Lodge, Clitheroe, Lancashire ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 
42, Queen Anne's Gate, s.w. 

BAKER, [His Honour Judge] Sir George 
Sherston, Bart. — Cr. 179(3. 
Eldest son of Henry Sherston Baker, Esq., who d. 1 875, 
by Maria Martha, who d. 1897, dau. of the late John 
Burke, Esq. (The Mac-Walter); b. 1846 ; s. his cousin 
the Rev. Sir Henry AVilliams Baker 3rd Bart., 1877; m. 
1st 1873 Jane Mary, who d. 1909, younger dau. of the 
late Frederick James Fegen, Esq.. R.N., CB., of Bal- 
linlonty, CO. Tipperary; 2ndly 1912 Mary Josephine, 
younger dau. of the late Henry Bacchus, Esq., of 
Lillington Manor, Warwickshire, and Cote House, 
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Staffordshire. Sir George Baker, who was called to 
the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1871, and ad eundem at th 
Middle Temple 1874, is a Magistrate for Lincolnshire, 
Barnstaple, Bideford, Great Grimsby, Boston, and 
City of Lincoln ; was Becorder of Helston 1886-9, and 
Editor of the 'Law Magazine and Review' 1895-8 
elected Associate of the Institut du Droit International 
1879, and appointed Recorder of Barnstaple and of 
Bideford 1889, and County Court Judge of Circuit 
No. 17, 1901. — Castle Moat House, Lincoln ; Devonshire 
Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son Dodington George Richard Sherston, M.E.O.S. 
L.R.C.P. : Major Indian Medical Service ; b. 1877 ; m. 1901 
Irene Mary Roper, youngest dau. of Sir John Roper 
Parkington, and has, with other issue, a son, * Humphrey 
Codington Benedict Sherston, b. 1907. 

BAKER, Sir Randolf Littlehales, Bart., 
D.S.O. (with Bar), of Ranston, Dorset.— 
Cr. 1802. 
Only son of the Rev. Sir Talbot Hastings Bendall 
Baker, 3rd Bart., of Ranston, by his 2nd wife Amy 
Susan, dau. of Lieut.-Col. George Marryat; b. 1879 ; 
s. 1 900 ; educated at Winchester and at Magdalen 
Coll., Oxford ; is a J.P. and C. Aid. for Dorset (was 
on the roll for High Sheriff for 1912), and Lieut.-Col. 
Dorset Yeo. and Tank Corps; sat as M.P. for the 
N. Div. of Dorset Jan. 1910-1918.— ifrasiJo)!, Bland- 
ford; Carlton.and Arthur's Clubs, s.-w.; Bath Club, vi. 

BAKER, MiLDEED Marion, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Col. Salusbury Thomas Trevor, R.E. ; 
m. 1884 Sir Edward Noiman Baker, who was Financial 
Under-Secretary to the Government of Bengal 1882-7 ; 
Magistrate and Collector, Bengal, 1887-92; Deputy 
Secretary for Finance to the Government of India 
1892-6; Collector of Customs, Calcutta, 1895-8; 
Financial Secretary to the Government of Bengal and 
M.L.C. Bengal 1898-1902 ; Financial and Commercial 
Secretary to the Government of India 1902-6; Financial 
Member of the Governor-Gen's. Council 1906-8, and 
Lieut.-Governor of Bengal 1908-11, and who was cr. 
K.C.S.I. 1908 and d. 1913.— The Grove, Stonchouse, 
Gloucestershire. 

BAKER, Sir Augustine FitzGerald, Knt. — 
Cr. 1903. 

Son of Hugh Baker, of Lismacue, co. Tipperary, who 
d. 1868, by Marion, who d. 1854, dau. of the late 
Charles Conyers, of Castletown Conyers, co. Limerick ; 
b. 1851. Educated at The Abbey, Tipperary, and at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin (M.A. 1879), admitted a Solicitor 
in Ireland 1878; was President of the Incorporated Law 
Society of Ireland 1903. — 56, Merrion Square, Dublin ; 
Constitutional Club, w.c. ; University Club, Dublin ; 
E. Irish Yacht Club, Kingstown. 

+ BAKER, Sir William Frederick, Knt.— 
Cr. 1918. 
Son of Henry Baker, Esq., of Willesden, who d. 1899 ; 
b. 1844; m. 1883 Isabel M., dau. of William Benson, 
Esq., of Allerwash, Northumberland. Sir William 
Baker was formerly Senior Master Supreme Court 
Taxing Office.— ^«nior Carlto7i Club, s.w. ; 22, Kens- 
ington Court, w. 

BAKER, Allen, Esq., of Lismacne, co. Tip- 
perary. 

Eldest son of Charles Conyers Massy Baker, Esq., of 
Lismacue, who d. 1905, by Harriet Booth, dau. of 
Gforge Allen, Esq., of Oakdale, Surrey; b. 1881 ; m. 
1910 Frances Violet (whom sec), elder dau. of the 
late William Cooper-Chadwick, Esq., of Ballinard, co. 
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Tipperary, and has, with other issue, a son, ■ — , 

b. 1913. Mr. Baker is a Member of the R. Coll. of 
Veterinary Surgeons of Ireland. — Lismacue, Banska, 
CO. Tipperary. 

BAKER, Ernest Edward, Esq., F.S.A., of 
Aldwick Court, Somerset. 
Eldest son of Samuel Kdward Baker, Esq., of Aldwick 
Court, who d. 1897, by Louisa, who d. 1891, dau. of 
the late Thomas Halliwell, Esq., of Sutton, Surrey ; b. 
1854; m. 1885 Beatrice, dau. of the late Thomas 
Morgan, Esq., F.S.A., of Streatham, and has had, with 
2 daus., 2 sons,Aubrey Halliwell, Capt. 4th Batt. Somer- 
set L.I. ; b. 1889, and killed in action 1916; and 
Neville Ernest, temp. Lieut. R.E. (Signals), attached to 
Tank Corps ; b. 1895, and killed in action 1917. Mr. 
Baker, who was educated at Cheltenham, and ad- 
mitted a Solicitor 1876, is a National Life Trustee 
of Shakespeare's Birthplace.— Residence: The Glebe 
House, Weston-super-Mare; R. Societies' Club, s.-w. 

BAKER, Granville Edwin Lloyd LLOYD-, 
Esq., of Hard wicke Court, Gloncester.shire. 

Elder son of Thomas Barwick Lloyd Baker, Esq., of 
Hardwieke Court, who d. 1886, by Mary, who d. 1905, 
dau. of the late Nicholas Lewis Fenwick, Esq., of 
Besford, Worcestershire ; b. 1841 ; m. 1868 Catherine, 
who d. 1 890, 4th dau. of the late Hon. Arthur Lascelles, 
of Norley, Cheshire, and has had, with other issue, 
Michael Granville Lloyd (elder son), a Magistrate for 
Gloucestershire, and Capt. R. Gloucestershire Hussars 
Yeo. ; b. 1873 ; m. 1898 the Hon. Blanche Verney, eldest 
dau. of Henry, 18th Lord Willoughby de Broke, and d. 
(killed in action) 1916, leaving 2 dans.; and * Arthur 
Barwick Lloyd (younger son). Major Buckinghamshire 
Batt. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.I. ; b. 1883. 
Mr. Lloyd-Baker, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. 
Ch., Oxford, and assumed the prefix surname of Lloyd by 
royal license 1911, is a J.P. and D.L. for Gloucester- 
shire and was High Sheriff lS9S.—Hardu}icJce Court, 
near Gloucester; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BAKER, Kington, Esq., formerly of Butts Hill, 
Devonshire. 
Only son of Nathaniel Baker, Esq., J.P. and C.C., Bar- 
rister-at-Law, of Butts Hill, who d. 1907, by Cecil Jane, 
eldest dau. of the late James Henry Sclater, Esq., of 
Newick Park, Sussex; b. 1875. Mr. Baker, who was 
educated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1897), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1899, 
was a C.C. for Devonshire 1907-9. — Crossways, Keston, 
Kent; Carlton Club, s.w.; Devon and Exeter Club. 
Exeter. 

BAKER, Mrs., of Ballinard, co. Tipperary. 

Frances Violet, elder dau. of William Cooper-Chadwick, 
Esq., Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Tipperary Art. S. 
Div. R.A., of Ballinard, who d. 1895, by Annie, who 
d. 1911, youngest dau. of the late John Langley, Esq., 
J.P., of Knoekanure, co. Tipperary; ?h. 1910 Allen 
Baker, Esq., of Lismacue, co. 'Tipperary {whom see). — 
Lismacue, Bansha, co. Tipperary. 

BAKJER, Mrs., of Ramsden House, Oxford- 
shire. 

Henrietta Maria, 4th dau. of Sir Michael Hicks- 
Beach, 8th Bart., of Williamstrip Park, Gloucestershire, 
who d. 1864, by Harriet Vittoria, who d. 1900, 2nd dau. 
of the late John Stratton, Esq., of Farthinghoe Lodge, 
Northamptonshire; m. 1873 the Rev. Robert Low- 
bridge Baker, of Ramsden House, Rector of Wileote, 
and Vicar of Ramsden, Oxfordshire, who d. 1904, and 
has 6 daus. — Eamsdcn House, Charlbury, Oxfordshire. 



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BAKER, Richard Westbeook, Esq., of Lang- 
ham, Rutland. 

Elder son of Edward George Baker, Esq., of Lang- 
li:im, who d. 1875, by Ann, only child of Arthur 
Marshall, Esq., of Buekmiuster, eo. Leicester; b. 18G4. 
— Langham Hall, near Oakham. 

Heir Pres., his brother George Arthur Marshall, I. 1865. 

BAKER, William Meath, Esq., of Hasfield 
Court, Gloucestershire ; and of Fenton 
House, Staffordshire. 
Only son of the Rev. Ralph Bourne Baker, of Has- 
field Court, who d. 1876, by Frances Crofton, -who d. 
1881, dau. of the late Right Hon. and Most Rer. 
Joseph Henderson Singer, D.D., Lord Bishop of Meath ; 
b. 1857; in. 1st 1884 Hannah Mary, who d. 1906, 
only dau. of the late Capt. Richard John Corbett, for- 
merly Indian Staff Corps, of La Pinedo, Hyferes, France ; 
2ndly 1909 Sibyll Agatha Wyrley, youngest dau. of the | 
late Wyrley Wyrley-Birch, Esq., of Wretham Hall, 
Norfolk, and has, with other issue, a son, * the Rev. 
William George Corbett. educated at Trinity Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. r907, M.A. 1910); b. 1885. Mr. Baker, 
who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1888), is a J.P. fori 
Gloucestershire (High Sheriff 1896), and Patron of I 
2 livings. — Hasfield Court, Gloucester; Windham Club, { 



BAKER. See Clinton-Baker, and Cole-Baker. 

BAKER BAKER, Miss, of Elemore Hall, ^ 
CO. Durham. 
Eva Conyers, dau. of Henry John Baker Baker, 
Esq., of Elemore Hall, who(?. 1871, by Isabella, who d. 
1896, youngest dau. of the late Robert Lancelot 
Allgood, Esq., of Nunwick, Northumberland. Miss 
Baker Baker s. (jointly with her sister Miss Isabel 
Elizabeth Baker Baker, who d. 1911) her brother 
Ferdinand Baker Baker, Esq., who d. 1909, by deed 
of gift, 1896. — Elemore Hull, Burham. 

+ BAKER-CRESSWELL, Addison Francis, 
Esq., of Cress well Hall, and Harehope 
Hall, Northumberland. 
Eldest SOD of Oswin Cumming Baker-Cresswell, Esq., of 
Cresswell Hall, and Harehope Hall (a J.P.for Northum- 
berland and High Sheriff 1882), who d. 1886, by Emma 
Sophia Georgiaua (who m. 2ndly 1892 as his 2nd wife 
the 2nd Earl of Ravensworth, ext., who d. 1903, and 
3rdly 1904 James William Wadsworth), 2nd dau. of the 
late Hon. Richard Denman, of Westergate, Sussex ; 
h. 1874; m. 1899 Idonea, younger dau. of the late 
Major Shallcross FitzHerbert Widdrington, of Newton 
Hall, and Hauxley Hall, Northumberland, and has, 
with other issue, a son, *John, b. 1900. Mr. Baker- 
Cresswell, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for Northumberland (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 
1904), late Capt. Northumberland Imp. Yeo., previously 
Lieut. Scots Guards, and Patron of 1 liring. — Guards' 
Club, s.w. ; Bachelors', and Turf Clubs, w. 

BAKER-STALLARD-PENOTRE. See Saj/- 

7nond, of Heathfield House, Hampshire. 

BAKER- WILBRAHAM, Sir Philip Wilbea- 
HAM, Bart.— Cr. 1776. 

Younger and only surviving son of Sir George Bar- 
rington Baker-Wilbraham, 5th Bart., by Katharine 
Frances {whom see), only child of the late Gen. Sir 
Richard Wilbraham, K.C.B., of Rode Hall, Cheshire; 
6. 1875; s. 1912; m. 1901 Joyce Christabel, younger 



dau. of the Right Hon. Sir John Hunry Ktniiaway, 3rd 
Bart., C.B. Sir Philip Baker-Will. i-.-,hara, who was 
educated at Harrow and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1898, M.A. 1901, Fellow of All Souls' Coll., Oxford, 
1899), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1901, 
was appointed Chancellor of the diocese of Chester 
1913, and Chancellor and Vicar-Gen. of the diocese 
and province of York 1915.— /Me Hall, Scholar 
Green, Cheshire; 76, Elm Park Gardens, s.w. 
l/eir, his Bon Handle John, b. 1906. 

BAKER-WILBRAHAM, Lady, of Rode Hall, 
Cheshire. 
Katharine Frances, only child of Gen. Sir Richard 
Wilbraham, K.C.B., of Rode Hall, who d. 1900, by 
Elizabeth Frances, who d. 1849, dau. of the late William 
Egerton, Esq., of Gresford Lodge, Denbighshire; m. 
1872 Sir George Barrington Baker-Wilbraham, 5th 
Bart,, who rf. 1912, leaving, with other issue, a son, *Sir 
Philip Wilbriiham Baker-Wilbraham, 6th Bart, {whom 
see). — Rode Hall, Scholar Green, Cheshire; Woodhouse, 
TJplyme, Devonshire. 

BALDOCK, Mrs., of Craven Lodge, Melton 
Movybray, Leicestershire. 
Agnes Jessie, 3rd dau. of James Jenkinson Bibby, 
Esq., of Hardwicke Grange, Shropshire, who d. 1897, 
by Sarah, who d. 1892, dau. of the late Thomas Cook, 
Esq., of Dewsbury, Yorkshire ; m. 1880 Col. Edward 
Holmes Baldock, C.B., of Craven Lodge, a J.P. for 
Leicestershire, and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret., late 
Comm. 3rd Co. of London (Sharpshooters) Yeo., T.D., 
previously Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. Shrop- 
shire Yeo. Cav., who d. 1913, leaving a dau., * Lilian 
Constance. 

BALDWIN, Sir Harry, Knt., M.R.C.S., L.D.S. 
— Cr. 1918. 

Son of George B.ildwin, Esq., of W. Bridgford, Notts, by 
Martha Ann, dau. of the late James Moore, Esq., of 
Loughborough ; b. 1862; m. 1914 Lucy Mabel Hamilton, 
dau. of the late John Orr White, Esq., of Rutherglen, 
Glasgow. Sir Harry Baldwin, who was educated at the 
Middlesex and R. Dental Hospitals, London (L.D.S. 
1884, M.R.C.S. 1887), was formerly Surgeon-Capt. 6th 
Vol. Batt. Rifle Brigade ; President of the Metropolitan 
Branch of the British Dental Association 1913-14; for- 
merly of the Odontological Section of the R. Society of 
Medicine and of the British Society for the Study of Or- 
thodontics, and Hon. Treasurer of the 6th International 
Dental Congress, London, 1914; is Hon. Secretary of 
the Kennington Facial Hospital ; Hon. Consulting 
Dental Surgeon to King George Mil. Hospital and to 
the Officers Hospital, 27, Berkeley Square ; appointed 
Surgeon-Dentist toH.M. King George V. 1918. — Castle 
House, St. Helens, Me of Wight; S. Automobile Club, 
s.w. ; 37, Cavendish Square, w. 

BALDWIN, Stanley, Esq., of Astley Hall, 
Worcestershire. 
Only son of Alfred Baldwin, Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., 
of Wilden House, Worcestershire, who d. 1908, by 
Louisa, dau. ofthe late Rev. George Browne Macdonald; 
b. 1867 ; m. 1892 Lucy, O.B.E., elder dau. of Edward 
Lucas Jenks Ridsdale, Esq., of The Dene, Rottingdean, 
Sussex, and has, with other issue, a son, *01iver Rids- 
dale, Lieut. Irish Guards, Special Reserve ; 6. 1 899. Mr. 
Baldwin, who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1888, M.A. 1892), is a Magis- 



trate for Worcestershire, and Patron of 



living. 



and has been M.P. for AVoreestershire, Bewdley Div., 
since 1908 ; appointed Parliamentary Private Secretary 
to the Chancellor of the Exchequer 1916 and a Junior 
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Lord of the Treasury and subsequently Joint Finan- 
cial Secretary to the Treasury 1917.— Asttet/ Hall, 
Stourport, Worcestershire; Carlton, Athaiccum, and 
United University Clubs, s.w. ; 93, Eaton Square, s.w. 

BALDWIN, Col. William John Atkinson, of 
Dalton, Lancasliire. 
Eldest son of the late Key. John Baldwin, M.A., Fellow 
of Christ's Coll;, Cambridge, by his 1st wife Elizabeth, 
dau. and heiress of the late William Atkinson, Esq., 
of Dalton ; b. 1845 ; s. his mother 1848. Educated at 
Harrow and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; called to the Bar at 
the Middle Temple 1876 ; is a J.P. for Cumberland, a 
J.P. and C. Aid. for Lancashire (formerly Chairman 
of Quarter Sessions), and Lieut.-Col and Hon. Col. 
late Comm. 3rd Batt. ISorder Regt. — Dalton-in-Fumess, > 
Lancashire; Carlton, and Junior United Service Clubs, 



Heir Pres., his brother Edward Thomas, called to the Bar at 
the Inner Temple 1870 ; educated at Eugby and atTrinity 
Coll., Oxfoid (B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871); b. 1846; m.l893 
EmUy, dau. of William Coates Stoker, Esq., aud has had, 
with another son (dec), a son, Hugh Reginald, Lieut. 
Irish Guards : h. 1898, and killed in action 1918 ; and a 
dau., Dorothy Ida Desiree. 



BALDWIN, of Tynwald, Kent. See Twopeny. - 

BALDWTN-CHILDE, Mrs., of Kyre Park,' 
Worcestershire. 

Frances Christina, eldest dau. of Sir Baldwin Leighton, , 
7th Bart., M.P., of Loton, who (7. 1871, by Mary, who 
d. 1864, dau. and heiress of the late Thomas Netherton 
Parker, Esq., of Sweeney, Shropshire ; in. 1862 the Rev. 
Edward George Baldwyu-Childe, of Kyre Park, who was 
a Magistrate for cos. Salop, Hereford, and Worcester, 
and Prebendary of Hereford, and who d. 1898. Mrs. 
Baldwyn-Childe is Patron of 4 livings. — Kyre Park, 
' Tenbury, Worcestershire; 3, Wilton Place, s.w. 

BALE, Lady. 

Margaret Annie, dau. of the late William Berning, of 
Pietermaritzburg ; m. 1904, as his 2nd wife, the Hon. 
Sir Henry Bale, K.C., who was M.L.C. of Nata! 
1890-3; M.L.A. for Pietermaritzburg 1893-1901; 
Attorney-Gen. and Minister of Education, Natal, 
1897-1901, and Chief Justice and Deputy Governor 
1901-10, who administered the Government June-July 
1903, Jan.-Sept. 1904, and in 1909, and who was cr 
K.C.M.G. lOOlaud d.1910.— Hillside, Pietermaritzburg- 

BALFE, Michael Joseph, Esq., of SoutkPark, 
CO. Roscommon. 
Eldest son of Patrick Balfe, Esq., of South Park, 
who d. 1886, by Anna Mary, who d. 1884, 2nd dau. 
of the late William MacDermott, Esq., of Springfield, 
CO. Galway; b. 1849; m. 1885 Kathleen, 4th dau. of 
the late John O'Connell, Esq., D.L., and has had, 
with other issue, Edward Michael, b. 1887; m. 1911 
Harriet, only dau. of the late Richard Galwey, Esq., 
and d. 1919, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Edward 
Richard Galwey, h. 1912. Mr. Balfe is J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Roscommon (High Sherift 1875 and 1890), and 
Capt. and Hon. Major ret., late 5th Batt. Connaught 
Rangers. — South Pari, Casilerea. 

BALFOUR OF BURLEIGH, Lord (Alex- 
ANDER Hugh Bruce, K.T., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.V.O.,P.C.).— Cr. 1607. 

Only son of Robert Bruce, Esq., D.L., of Kennet, 
Clackmannanshire, who d. 1864, by his 2nd wife Jane 
Dalrymple Hamilton, 4th dau. of Sir James Fergus- 
son, 4th Bart.jOf Kilkerran, Ayrshire ; b. 1849 ; m. 1876 
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Lady Katharine Eliza, youngest dau. of George, 5th 
Earl of Aberdeen. Lord Balfour of Burleigh, who was 
educated at Eton and at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1871, 
M.A. 1874, Hon. FeUow 1909, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 
1904, Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1894, Edinburgh 1896, 
St. Andrews 1902, and Aberdeen 1906), is Chancellor 
of St. Andrews Univ., a J.P. and D.L. for Clackmannan- 
shire, a J.P. for COS. Perth, Fife, and Stirling, and 
Capt. R. Co. of Archers (King's Body Guard for 
Scotland), and has been a Representative Peer of Scot- 
land since 1876; late Capt. Stirlingshire Militia; was 
a Lord-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria 1887-8, Parlia- 
mentary Sec. to the Board of Trade 1889-92, and Secre- 
tary of State for Scotland 1895-1903 ; appointed Lord 
Warden of the Stannaries in Cornwall and Devonshire 
and Rider and Master Forester of Dartmoor 1908, and 
Chairman of the Council of the Duchy of Cornwall 1908. 
— Kennet Hoxise, Alloa, Clackmannanshire; Carlton, 
and Aihenmim Clubs, s.w.; 47, Cadogan Square, s.w. 
Heir, his son George John Gordon, Master of Burleigh, 
temp. Capt. and Brevet Major in the Army ; h. 1883 ; m. 
1919 Violet Dorothy, younger dau. of Richard Henry Done, 
Esq., formerly of Salterswell House, Cheshire. 



BALFOUR.,tlieRiglit Hon.AETHUR James, O.M., 
F.R.S., of Whittingehame, East Lothian. 
Eldest son of James Maitland Balfour, Esq., of 'Whit- 
tingehame, who d. 1856, by Lady Blanche Mary 
Harriet, who d. 1 872, 2nd dau. of James, 2nd Marquis 
of Salisbury, K.G.; b. 1848. Educated at Eton and 
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1874, 
Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 1881, St. Andrews 1885, Cam- 
bridge 1888, Dublin and Glasgow 1891, Manchester 
1908, Liverpool and Birmingham 1909, Shetfiold and 
Bristol 1912, and Columbia Univ., New York, 1917, 
Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 189 land Durham 1913); is a D.L. 
for Haddingtonshire, an Elder Brother of Trinity 
House and an Hon. Member of the Academy of St. Luke 
at Rome ; late Capt. E. Lothian Yeo. Cav. ; sat as 
M.P. for Hertford 1874-85, and for Manchester (E.) 
1885-Jan. 1906, and has sat for the City of London 
since Feb. 1906; was President of the Local Govern- 
ment Board 1885-6; Sec. for Scotland 1886-7; Chief 
Sec. for Ireland 1887-91 ; First Lord of the Treasury 
and Leader of the House of Commons 1891-2 and 1895- 
1905; Lord Privy Seal 1902-3, President of the British 
Association 1904, Prime Minister 1902-5, Gifford 
Lecturer, Glasgow Univ., 1914, 1st Lord of the 
Admiralty 1915-16, Head of the British Mission to 
America 1917, and a Delegate of Great Britain at the 
Peace Conference 1919; elected Lord Rector of St. 
Andrews Univ. 1886, of Glasgow Univ. 1890, and has 
been Chancellor of Edinburgh Univ. since 1891, and 
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs since 1916. — 
IVhittingehame, Prestonkirk, East Lothian; Carlton, 
Athememn, Travellers', and British Empire Clubs, s.w. ; 
City Carlton Club, E.c. ; New Club, Edinburgh ; 
4, Carlton Gardens, s.w. 

Heir Pre)., Ms brother the Eight Hon. Gerald William 



BALFOUR, the Right Hon. Gerald William. 

Fourth son of James Maitland Balfour, Esq., of 
AVhittingehame, East Lothian, who d. 1856, by Lady 
Blanche Mary Harriet, who d. 1872, 2nd dau. of James, 
2nd Marquis of Salisbury, K.G.; *. 1853 ; m. 1887 Lady 
Elizabeth Edith, eldest dau. of Edward Robert, 1st Earl 
of Lytton, and has, with other issue, a son, * Robert 
Arthur Lytton, b. 1902. Mr. Gerald Balfour, who was 
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, of 
which he was formerly aFellow(B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878), 
was Chief Secretary for Ireland 189.5-1 900 ; President of 
the Board of Trade 1900-6 ; President of the Local 
Government Board 1905, and M.P. for Leeds (Central 
Div.) 1885-1906.— CaH«o«, and Athetieeum Clubs, s.w. 



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BAliPOUB, Sir Robert, Bart.—Cr. 1911. 
Third son of James Balfour, Esq., of Pilnuiir, Fife, who 
d. 1876, by Isabella, who d. 1885, dau. of the late Alex- 
ander Hutchison, Esq., of Fosterton, Fife; b. 1844; 
m. 1881 Josephine Maria, dau. of the late James 
Beazley, E.sq., of Liverpool. Sir Eobert Balfour, who 
■was educated at Madras Coll., St Andrews, is a 
Member of the firm of Balfour, Williamson & Co., 
foreign and colonial Merchants of London and Liver- 
pool, sat as M.P. for the Partiek Div. of Lanark- 
shire, 1906-18, and has sat for the Partiek Div. of 
Glasgow since 1918. — Reform, National Liberal, and 
Ranelagh Clubs, s.w. ; Bath Club, -w. ; City of London 
Club, E.c. ; 7, Prince's Gate, s.TV. 

Heir, his son Alexander, educated at Eugby and at Trinity 
CoU., Oxford (B.4.. 1905) ; b. 1882 ; m. laiO Ruth Frances, 
daa. of the late John W. llacfarland, Esq., of Los Angeles, 
O.llifornia, and has a dau., Nancy. 

BALFOUR, Sir Graham, Knt.— Cr. 1917. 

Only son of Thomas Graham Balfour, Esq., M.D., 
F.R.S., President of the R. Statistical Society, who d. 
1891, by Georgina, who d. 1888, younger dau. of the 
late George Prentice, Esq., of Armagh ; b. 1858 ; m. 
1896 Rhoda, only dau. of the late Leonard D. Brooke, 
Esq., of Birkenhead. Sir Graham Balfour, who was 
educated at Marlborough and at Worcester Coll., I 
Oxford (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885), and called to the Bar i 
at the Inner Temple 1885, has been Director of Educa- j 
lion for Staffordshire since 1903, and on the Lines of 
Communication in France since 1918 ; is the Author of 
"Bducational Systems of Great Britain and Ireland,'' 
"Life of Robert Louis Stevenson," &c. — County 
Education Offices, Stafford; Athenaum, and New 
University Clubs, s.w. 

BALFOUR, Blatnet Retnell TOWNLET, 
Esq., of TovsTiley Hall, co. Louth. 
Eldest son of Blayney Townley Balfour, Esq., J.P., 
of Townley Hall, formerly Lieut.-Governor of the 
Bahamas, who d. 1882, by Elizabeth Catharine, 
whod. 1904, only child of the late RiehardMolesworth I 
Eeynell, Esq., of Eeynella, co. Westmeath; b. 1846;' 
m. 1906 Madeline Elizabeth, elder dau. of John Kells | 
Ingram, Esq., LL.D., formerly Vice-Provost of Trinity i 
Coll., Dublin. Mr. Townley Balfour, who was edu- 
cated at Elstree School, at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874), is a J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Louth (High Sheriff 1885 and 1908), and ! 
a J.P. for co.Meath, and for Drogheda. — Townley Hall, 
Drogheda; Sackville Street Club, Dublin. 

BALFOUR, Charles Barrington, Esq., C.B., 
of Balgonie, Fife; and of Newton Don, 
Berwickshire. 
Only son of Charles Balfour, Esq., of Balgonie and 
Newton Don, who d. 1872, by his Isfc wife Adelaide, 
who d. 1862, youngest dau. of William Keppel, 6th 
Viscount Barrington ; b. 1862 ; m. 1888 Lady Nina 
McDonnell, youngest dau. of Mark, 5th Earl of Antrim, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Charles James, Capt. 
Scots Guards ; has the French Croix de Guerre ; edu- 
cated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; J. 
1889; m. 1917 the Hon. Aurea Vera Baring, 2ud dau. 
of Francis Denzil Edward, 5th Lord Ashburton. Mr. 
Balfour, who was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst, is H.M.'s Lieut.,»a J.P. and C.C. for 
Berwickshire, a J.P. for Roxburghshire, Brigadier R. 
Co. of Archers (King's Body Guard for Scotland), 
President and Chairman of the Berwickshire T.F. 
Association, Chairman of the National Health Insur- 
ance Committee, Berwickshire, and a Director of the 
Scottish Widows Fund Life Assurance Society and of 
the British Linen Bank ; late Capt. Reserve of Officers ; 
Capt. 2nd Vol. Batt. K.O. Scottish Borderers, and R. 



Guards Reserve Regt., previously Lieut. Scots Guards; 
was M.P. for Middlesex (Hornsey Div.) 1900-7.— 
Newton Don, Kelso ; Balfour House, Balgonie, Mark- 
inch, Fife ; Carlton, Guards', and R. Automobile Clubs, 
s.w ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; New Club, 



Grosvenor Crescent, s.w. 



Edinburgh; 14, 



BALFOUR, Edward, Esq., of Balbirnie, Fife- 
shire. 
Eldest surviving son of Col. John Balfour, of Balbirnie, 
who d. 1895, by Lady Georgiana Isabella, who d. 1884, 
2nd dau. of John Frederick, 1st Earl Cawdor ; b. 
1849; m. 1879 Miss Isabella Weyman Hooper,' of 
Boston, U.S.A., and has, with other issue, a son 
* Edward William Sturgis, D.S.O., O.B.E., M.C., Major 
5th Dragoon Guards; b. 1884; ?«. 1914 Ruth, eldest 
dau. of the Right Hon. Gerald William Balfour, and 
has a dau. Mr. Balfour is a J.P. and D.L. for Fife — 
Balbirnie, Markiwch, N.B. 



Kindrogan, 



-I- BALFOUR, Francis, Es 
Perthshire. 

Elder son of Major Francis Walter Balfour, of Fernie 
Castle, Fifeshire, who d. 1909, by Jane Amelia, who 
d. 1898, younger dan. of the late "Patrick Small Keir, 
Esq., of Kidrogan; b. 1867; m. 190.3 Katharine 
Morgan, elder dau. of Henry W. Chubb, Esq., of 
Chislehurst, and has, with other issue, a son, *Francis 
Keir, h. 1905. Mr. Balfour, who was educated at 
Eton, is a Magistrate for Perthshire and for Fifeshire. 
— Kindrogan, Pitlochry, Perthshire. 

BALFOUR, John, Esq., of Moor Hall, Essex. 

Only .son of John Osborne Balfour, Esq., who d. 1870 ; 
b. 1853; m. 1878 Ada Lissie, dau. of 'Major William 
John Bampfield, late 90th L.I., and has, with other 
issue, a son, * John Hubert, educated at Winchester; 
b. 1879 ; m. 1907 Victoria Eugenie Mary, youngest dau. 
of F.M. Sir Henry Evelyn Wood, G.C.B., G.C.M.6., 
V.C, and has a son, * David Hubert, b. 1908.— il/007 
Hall, Harlow; 3, Albion Street, Hyde Pari; w. 



BALFOUR, Mrs., of Dawyck, Peeblesshire. 
Janet, dau. of the Rev. John Roxburgh, D.D., who 
d. 1879, by Catharine, dau. of the late George Gray, 
Esq. ; m. 1864 Alexander Balfour, Esq., Merchant, 
Liverpool, of Mount Alyn, Denbighshire, a J.P. for 
Denbighshire, who d. 1886, and has, with other issue, 
a son, * Frederick Robert Stephen, a J.P. and D.L. for 
Peeblesshire, a Member of the E. Co. of Archers (King's 
Body Guard for Scotland), and an Hon. Lieut.-Col. 
ret. ; was a Staff Capt. at the War ( )ffice, with the 
temp. hon. rank of Lieut.. Col., 1916-19 ; educated at 
Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1896, M.A. 1902) ; b. 1873 ; 
m. 1904 Gertrude, only dau. of the late Frederick 
Henry Norman, Esq., of Moor Place, Hertfordshire, 
and has, with other issue, a son, *Alexander Norman, b. 
l^m.— Dawyck, Slobo, N.B. 



BALFOUR, Col. William Edward Ligonier, 
of Balfour, and Trenabie, co. Orkney. 
Eldest son of Col. James William Balfour, J.P. and 
D.L., Hon. Col. 1st Orkney R.G.A. Vols., V.D., of 
Balfour, and Trenabie, who d. 1907, by Isabella, who d. 
1907, only dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. James Craster, 
formerly 22nd Regt.; i. 1855; m. 1887 Florence 
Augusta Catherine Elizabeth, only dau. of Frederic 
Bernal, Esq., C.M.G., formerly H.B.M.'s Consul-Gen. 
at Havre, and has 2 daus. Col. Balfour, who was 
educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Orkney and Shetland, and Col. ret., late 
R.A. ; was Officer in charge of R.G.A, Records at 
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Dover 1907-1^- — Ba/foiir Castle, h;/ Kirkwall, co. 
Orkney ; Boodle's and Pratt's Clubs, s.w. ; New Club, 
Edinhmrgh. 

+ BALFOUR, William Keie, Esq., of Pernie 
Castle, Fifesliire. 
Younger son of Major Francis "Walter Balfour, of 
Fernie Castle, who d. 1909, by Jane Amelia, who 
d. 1898, younger dau. of the late Patrick Small Keir, 
Esq., of Kindrogan, Perthshire; b. 1869; m. 1910 
Mary, 6th dau. of Sir Michael Barker Nairn, 1st 
Sa,Tt.— Fernie Castle, Ladi/bank, Fifeshirc. 

BALFOUR. See Kinross. 

BALFOUR-HAY. Scc Keavc 

BALINHARD, Lord. See Southesk. 

BALL, Sir Charles Aethdr Kinahan, Bart., 
M.D.— Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of Sir Charles Bent Ball, 1st Bart., M.D., 
F.E.C.S., by Annie Julia, eldest dau. of the late Daniel 
Kinahan, Esq., J.P., of Koebuck Park, co. Dublin ; b. 
1877; s. 1916 ; vi. 1907 Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Smythe Wilson, Esq., of Berkeley, California, U.S.A. 
Sir Charles Ball, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. 1898, M.B. and B.Ch. 1900, M.D. 1902, 
F.E.O.S.I. 1905), is Surgeon to Sir Patrick Dun's 
Hospital, and to ICing George V. Hospital, Dublin, an 
Examiner in Surgery R. Coll. of Surgeons and a Fellow 
of the R. Academy of Medicine, Ireland,— 24, il/crrion 
Square North, Dublin. 

Heir Pres., bis brotber Nigel Gresley, temp. Lieut. 8th 

(Service) Batt. R, Dablin Fusiliers; eiluoatec] at Trinity 

OoU„ Dablin (B,A. 1914) ; t. 1892, 

BALL, Frances Elizabeth, Lady. 

Dau, of the late William Edward Steele, Esq,, M,D., 
Director of the Science and Art Museum, Dublin ; m. 
1868 Sir Robert Stawell Ball, LL.D,, D,Sc., F.R.S., 
a Fellow of King's Coll., Cambridge, Scientific Adriser 
to the Commissioners of Irish Lights, and ex-President 
of the R. Astronomical Society, of the Mathematical 
Association, and of the E, Zoological Society of Ireland, 
who was Andrews Professor of Astronomy in Dublin 
TJniv, and Astronomer R. of Ireland 1874-92, and 
Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry 
in Cambridge Univ. and Director of the Cambridge 
Observatory 1892-1913, and who vas cr. Knt. 1886 
and d. 1913. 

+BALL,Sir James BENJAMm,Knt.,M.Inst.C.E., 
M.Inst.M.E.— Cr. 1918. 
B. 1867 ; m. 1st 18— Emily Frances Alexandra, dau. 
of the late Edward ,'Spencer Shapley, Esq., of Torquay ; 

2ndly 18— Julia, dau. of , and widow of Robert 

Hill, Esq., of Melbourne. Sir James Ball is a Civil 
Engineer and Major Engineer and Railway Staff Corps 
R.E., T.F. ; has been Controller of Timber Supplies 
since 1917.— Seform Club, s.w. 

BALL, John William, Esq., formerly of 
Gageborongli, King's Co. 
Eldest son of the Rev. William James Ball, M.A., of 
Gageborough, who d. 1893, by Julia Frances, 4th 
dau. of the late John William Hooper, Esq., of Bathwick 
House, Bath; b. 1868; 7n. 1899 Caroline Lydia, 
youngest dau. of the late Henry Sandford Jolins^ 
Esq., M.D., of Totnes, Devonshire, and has, with other 
issue, a son, William Henry, b. 1904. Mr. B.all, 
was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B,A, 1892), was 
called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1893.— 13, 
Foyal Terrace, E. Kingstoivn. 



BALL, Miss, of Mount Lucas, and Monas- 
teroris, King's Co. 
Deborah Elizabeth, only child of Benjamin Manly 
Ball, Esq., J,P., of Monasteroris, who d. 1908, by Eliza- 
beth, who d. 1907, elder dau. and co-heiress of the 
late John Lucas, Esq., J.P., of Mount Lucas. Miss 
Ball is joint owner of Mount Lucas with her aunt 
Eleanor, younger dau. and co-heiress of John Lucas, 
Esq., J.P., of Mount Lucas, who d. 1865, by Elizabeth, 
who d. 1894, youngest dau. of the late James Wakely, 
Esq., of Dublin. —Mount Lucas, Philipsioum, King's Co. 

+ BALL, Mrs., of Abbeylara, co. Longford. 

Cecilia Letitia, 2nd dau. of William Humphrys, Esq., 
of Ballyhaise House, co. Cavan, who d. 1872, by his 
2ad wife Maria Clarissa, who d. 1901, dau. of the late 
Hugh Moore, Esq., of Eglantine House, co. Down; 
m. 1869 Aj-thur William Shirley Ball, Esq., of Abbey- 
lara, a J.P. for COS. Meath and Longfoid (High Sheriff 
1873), and formerly of the 8th Hussars, who d. 1880, 
leaving issue. — Abbeylara, Granard ; Geraldstown, 
Kavan. 

BALL, William Hawkins, Esq., of Fort Fer- 
gus, CO. Clare, 
Eldest son of Capt. W. St. James Ball, a Queen's 
Foreign Service Messenger, who d. 1883; b. 1874. 
Mr. Ball, who was educated at Keble Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1897), is a J.P. for co. Clare (High Sheriff 
1900), Lieut. Irish Guards, Special Reserve, and 
Lord of the Manor of Fort Fergus ; late Lieut. S. 
of Ireland Imp. Yeo. — Fort Fergus, Ballittacally, Ennis, 
CO. Clare: Wellington, Guards', and Conservative Clubs, 
s.w, ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

BALL-ACTON. See Acton. 

BALLANCE, Col. Sir Charles Alfred, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., M.V.O., M.S., P.R.C.S. 
—Or. 1918. 
Eldest son of Charles BaUance, Esq., of Stanley House, 
Clapton, Middlesex, who d. 1873, by Caroline Hende- 
bousuk, dau. of the late Samxiel Hendebousok Pollard, 
Esq., of Melville House, Taunton ; b. 1856 ; m. 1883 
Sophia Annie, only child of Alfred Smart, Esq., of 
The Priory, Blackheath, Sir Charles Ballance, who 
was formerly President of the Medical Society of Lon- 
don, is M.B, and B.S, London Univ. 1881, M.S. 1882, 
F.R.C.S. 1882; Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital; 
Consulting Surgeon to the National Hospital for the 
Paralysed and Epileptic ; a Member of the Council 
and Court of Examiners R. Coll. of Surgeons; a 
Fellow of the E. Society of Medicine ; Chief Surgeon 
to the Metropolitan Police ; Capt. 2nd London Gen. 
Hospital, E.A.M.C, T.F., and an Hon. Col. in the 
Army, late temp. Col. A. M.S. and Consulting Surgeon 
to the British Army. —Aihenceum, and if. Automobile 
Clubs, s.w.; 106, Harley Street, w. 

BALLANTINE-DYKES, Major Frescheyille 
Hubert, D.S.O., of Dovenby, Cumberland. 
Only son of Lamplugh Frescheville Ballantine-Dykes, 
Esq", of Dovenby, who d. 1893, by Edith Georgina, 
who d. 1912, youngest dau. of the late Richard Howard- 
Brooke, Esq., of Castle Howard, co. Wicklow ; b. 1881 ; 
?«. 1911 Winifred Mary, elder dau. of the late W. 
Pitt Miller, Esq., of Thistleton, Lancashire, and has a 
son, * Thomas Lamplugh, b. 1912. Major Ballantine- 
Dykes, who was formerly Lieut. Scots Guards and 
Capt. 5th Batt. Border Regt., is a Magistrate for Cum- 
berland (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1918), 
Major Reserve of Officers, and Patron of 1 living ; was 



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temp. Capt. Soots Guards 1915-16 and a Deputy 
Assistant Directoi'-tJen. of Transportation 1918. — 
Dovcnhy Hall, Cockermoui h ; Guards' Club, s.w. 

+ BALLANTYNE, Sir HENET,Knt.— Cr.l906. 
Son of David Ballantyne, Esq., of Sunnybrae, Walkur- 
■burn, Peeblesshire, wlio d. 1912; A. 18—; is a J.P., 
D.L. and C.C. for Peeblesshire.— .V(«rff«, PeMei^, N. B. ; 
National Libera! Club, s.w. 

BALLARAT, Bishop of (the Right Rev. 
Maxwell Homfeat Maxwell-Ghmbleton, 
D.D.), of Glanatore, co. Waterford ; and 
of Twyning Manor, Gloucestershire. i 

Eldest son of Edward Thomas Smith, Esq., a Puisne 
Judge of Jamaica, who d. 1882, bv Emma Jane, who d. 
1882, only dau. of the late Charles Homfray, Esq., and ; 
niece of the late Richard John Maxwell Gumbleton, 
Esq., J.P., of Glanatore ; b. 1872 ; s. Mrs. Isabella 
Matilda Gumbleton. widow of his great -uncle Richard 
John Maxwell Gumbleton, Esq. (a?iic), 1917; m. 1897 
Ella Maria, dau. of the Rev. Sidney George Gillum, 
M.A., of Vernham Dean, Exmouth, Devonshire, and 
has, with other issue, a son, *Maxwell Sidney Harold, 
Lieut. R.F.A. ; educated at Repton School and at the 
R. Mil. Academy. Woolwich ; b. 1898. The Bishop of 
Ballarat, who was educated at Repton School and at 
Peterhouse, Cambridge (B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898, D.D. 
1916), and assumed the surname of Maxwell-Gum- 
bleton by royal license 1916, was Vicar of Colerne, 
Gloucestershire, 1898-1905 ; Vicar of Chippenham and 
Rector of Tytherton-Lucas 1905-16 ; Rector of Har- 
denduish, Wiltshire, 1908-16; Hon. Canon of Bristol 
1910-16, and Rural Dean of Chippenham 1912-16; 
consecrated Bishop of Ballarat 1916; is Lord of the 
Manor of Twyning. — Glanatore, Tatlow,co. Waterford ; 
Tieyning Manor, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. Resi- 
dence: Bishopscourt , Ballarat , Victoria, Australia. 

BALME. See Joiies-Balme. 

BALNIEL, Lord. See under Crawford and Bal- 
earres, Earl of. 

BAM. See Stewart-Bam. 

BAMFORD-HESKETH. See Dundonald. 

BAMFORD-SLACK, Lady. 

Alice Maude Mary, dau. of thelate Edward Bretherton, 
Esq., of Gloucester and Clifton ; m. 1st 1888 Sir John 
Bamford-Slack, F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., a Solicitor, who 
assumed the prefix surname of Bamford by deed 
poll 1906, was M.P. for Hertfordshire, Mid. Diy., 
1904-6, and who was cr. Knt. 1906 and d. 1909 ; 2ndly 
1914 Banister Flight Fletcher, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, 
an Officer of the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, 
who was a Sheriff of the.City of London 1918-19.— 10, 
Wobum Square, w.c. 

BAMFORTH, John William, Esq., of North- 
brook House, Hampshire. 

Eldest son of the Rev. John Bamforth, M.A., who d. 
1893, by Frances, who d. 1904, dau. of the late 
William Smith, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of London ; b. 
1859; m. 1900 Mabel, dau. of John Charles Tucker 
Steward, Esq., of Broadland, Petersfield, Hampshire. — 
ForthbrooJc House, Bishops Waltham, Hampshire ■ 
Golfers Club, s.w. 



BAMPFTLDE. See Polti, 



Lord. 



BANBURY, the Right Hon. Sir Frederick 
George, Bart., of Warneford Place, Wilts. 
— Cr. 1903. 

Eldest son of Frederick Banbury, Esq., who d. 1890, 
by Cecilia Laura, wlio d. 1904, dau. of the late William 
Cox.Esq., of Woodford Hall, Essex; b. 1850; ?n. 1873 
Elizabeth Rosa, 2nd dau. of the late Thomas Barbot 
Beale, Esq., of Brettenham Park, Suffolk. Sir 
Frederick Banbury, who was educated at Winchester, 
is a Magistrate for Huntingdonshire and for Wilts, and 
Chairman of the Great Northern Railway ; was M.P. 
for the Peckham Div. of Camberwell 1892-Jan. 1906, 
and has been for the City of London since June 1906. 
—Warneford Place, Highworth, Wilts; Carlton Chih, 
s.w. ; 41, Lowndes Street, s.w. 

Heir, his grandson Charles William, only eon of Oapt. Charles 
William Banbury, Coldstream Guards, who d. (killed in 
action) 1914, by Josephine Marguerite, only dau. of Jos6 
Reixach, Esq., of Clifton Lodge, Bradford, Yorkshire ; 
6. posthumous 1916. 

BANCROFT, Sir Squire Bancroft, Knt.— Cr. 
1897. 

Son of the late Secundus Bancroft-Butterfield, Esq., of 
Netherthorpe, who received a royal license for himself 
and issue to use the surname of Bancroft only, whicliwas 
assumed in 1860 ; b. 1841 ; m. 1867 Marie Effie, a cele- 
brated actress, dau. of the late Robert Pleydell Wilton, 
Esq. Sir Squire Bancroft was a distinguished actor, 
and for 20 years lessee and (with his wife) manager 
of the old Prince of Wales's and of the Haymarket 
Theatres. — Underlea, Sandgate ; Athenaum, and 
Marlborough Clubs, .s.w. ; Garrick, and Beefsteak Clubs, 
■w.c; Radnor Club, Folkestone; a1. The Albany, 
Piccadilly, w. 

BANDINI. See Ncwburgh, Earl of. 

BANDON, Earl of (James Francis Bernard, 
K.P.).- Cr. 1800. 

Only sou of Francis, 3rd Earl (who was Lord Lieut, 
of CO. Cork), by Catherine Mary, who d. 1873, eldest 
dau. of the late Thomas Whitmore, Esq., M.P., of 
Apley Park, Shropshire; b. 1850; s. 1877; m. 1876 
the Hon. Georgina Dorothea Harriet, only child of the 
7th Lord Carbery. The Earl of Bandon, who was 
educated at Eton, and elected a Representative Peer of 
Ireland 1881, is H.M.'s Lieut, for co. Cork and for the 
City of Cork (High .Sheriff 1875), and Hon. Col. Cork 
R.G.A. Special Reserve, and was formerly Chairman of 
the Bandon Urban Council. — Castle Bernard, Bandon, 
CO. Cork; Carlton, Junior Carlton, and Hurlingliam 
Clubs, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

Heir Pres., his cousin Ronald Percy Hamilton (eldest son 
cf Percy Brodrick Bernard, Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., of 
Castle Hacket, co. Galway, who d. 1912, by his Ist wife 
Isabel Emma Beatrice, who d. 1876. youngest dau. of the 
late John Newton Lane, Esq., of King's Bromley Manor, 
Staffordshire), Capt. Reserve of Officers and Oapt. ret. 
late Rifle Brigade ; b. 1«76 ; m. 1904 Lettice Mina, 
younger dau. of the late Gerald Cecil Stewart Paget, Esq., 
and has, with other issue, a son, » Percy Ronald Gardner, 
i). 1904. 



BANGOR, Viscount (Maxwell Richard 
Crosbie Waed, O.B.E.).— Cr. 1781. 

Only surviving son of Henry William Crosbie, 5th 
Viscount, a Representative Peer of Ireland, Ijy his 1st 
wife Mary, who d. 1869, youngest dau. of the late 
Rev. Henry King, of Ballylin, King's Co. ; h. 1868; s. 
1911; ?n. 1905 Agnes Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of thelate 
Dacre Mervyn Archdall Hamilton, Esq., of Cornacassa, 
CO. Monaghan. Viscount Bangor, who was educated at 
Harrow and at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is 
a D.L. for co. Down, Major ret., late B.G.A., Major 



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Reserve of Officers and Lieut.-C'ol. ret., late Coram. 
Antrim R.Cr.A., Special Eeserve ; was Assistant 
Director of Ordnance Stores, R. Naval Div., with the 
temp, rank of Lieut.-Col. R.M., 1914-16, and temp. 
Ordnance Officer, R.A.O.C, -with the temp. rankofLieut.- 
Col.i 1916-19 ; elected a Representative Peer of Ireland 
1913.— Castle Ward, Downpafric/c, co. Down; Army 
and Navy Club, s.w. ; 7?. Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; 
R. Ulster Yacht Club, Bangor; R. North of Ireland 
Yacht Club, Cultra. 



Heir, 



Henry Harold, h. 1905. 



BANGOR, Bishop of (the Right Rev. Watkin 
Herbert Willums, D.D.). 

Second son of Sir Hugh Williams, 3rd Bart., of Bode- 
Iwyddan, Flintshire, wlio d. 1876, by Henrietta Char- 
lotte, who d. 1878, only dan. of Sir Watkin Williams- 
Wynn, .5th Bart. ; b. 1845; m. 1879 Alice, youngest 
dan. of the late Gen. Henry Monckton. The Bishop 
of Bangor, who was educated at Westminster School 
and at Oh. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1871), 
was Vicar of Bodelwyddan 1872-92, Canon and Arch- 
deacon of St. Asaph 1889-92, and Dean of St. Asaph 
1892-8 ; consecrated Bishop 1898 ; is Patron of 2 Arch- 
deaconries and 80 livings.— TAc Palace, Glyngarth, 
Menai Bridge; Pant Eida.l, Machynlleth; Aihenmim, 
and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs, s.w. ; 60, Carlisle 
Mansions, s.w. 



BANKES, the Right Hon. Sir John Eldon, 
Knt., of Soughton Hall, Flintshire. — 
Cr. 1910. 

Eldest son of John Scott Baukes, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of Soughton Hall, who d. 1894, by his 1st wife Annie, 
who d. 1876, dan. of the late Chief Justice Sir John 
Jervis ; *. 1854 ; m. 1882 Edith, elder dau. of the late 
Robert Peel Ethelston, Esq., of Hinton Hall, Shrop- 
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Robert Wynne, 
Capt. Montgomeryshire Yeo. ; called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1911 ; educated at Eton and at Univ. 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1908); h. 1887; m. 1916 Mabel 
Elizabeth Pelham, 2nd dau. of Major Henry Pelham 
Burn, formerly Rifle Brigade, of Brands House, High 
Wycombe, and has a son, * John Wynne, b. 1916. Sir 
John Bankes, who was educated at Eton and at Univ. 
Coll.. Oxford (B.A. 1876), called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1878, and appointed a K.C. 1901, is a 
J.P., D.L. and Chairman of Qxiarter Sessions for 
Flintshire, and was a Fellow of Eton Coll. 1905-10, 
Chancellor of the diocese of St. Asaph 1908-11 and a 
Judge of the High Court of Justice, King's Bench 
Div., 1910-15; appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal 
1915. — Soughton Hall, Northop, Flintshire; Carlton 
Club, s.w. ; 45, Eaton Square, s.w. 

BANKES, George Hii.dtard, Esq., of Win- 
stanley Hall, Lancashire ; and of Balconie 
Castle, Ross-shire. 
Only surviving son of William John Bankes (formerly 
Murray), Esq.,of Eosemount, Ross-shire, who rf. 1884, 
by Eleauor Starkie Letterewe, who d. 1907, eldest dau. 
of the iate Mejrick Bankes, Esq., of Winstanley Hall ; 
b. 1867 ; m. 1897 Amy Orkney Stracathro, younger 
dau. of the late Charles Robertson, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of Kindeace, Ross-shire, and has a dan., Joyce Helena 
Murray. Mr. Bankes, who was educated at Carshalton 
House, Surrey, and at the Oxford Mil. Coll., is a Magis. 
trate for Lancashire and for cos. Ross and Cromarty, 
and Lord of the Manors of Winstanley, Lancashire, 
and Cud worth, Yorkshire. — Winstanley Hall, Wigan , 
Balconie Castle, Evanton, Ross-shire ; Carlton, and 
R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. 



BANKES, Henry John Ralph, Esq., of Corfe 
Castle ; Kingston Lacy, and The Manor 
House, Studland, Dorset. 
Only son of Walter Ralph Bankes, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of Corfe Castle, Kingston Lacy, and The Manor 
House, Studland, who d. 1904, by Henriette Jenny, dau. 
of the late William Thomson Fraser, Esq. ; b. 1902. 
Mr. Bankes is Hereditary Lord High Admiral of 
Purbeck Seas, Lay Bishop of Wimborue, and Patron 
of 3 livings. — Kingston Lacy, near Wimborne ; Corfe 
Castle, and The Manor House, Studland; 61, Brook 
Street, w. 

BANKES, Mrs., of Meriden Hall, Warwick- 
shire. 

Lettice Adelaide, elder dau. of Charles Wriothesly 
Digby, Esq., J.P., of Meriden Hall, who d. 1908, by 
his 1st wife Dora Adelaide, who d. 1898, 3rd dan. 
of the late Rupert Pennefather Fetherstonhaugh- 
Frampton, Esq., of Moreton, Dorsetshire, and of 
Balrath, co. Westmeath ; m. 1906 Capt. Edward 
Nugent Bankes, ret., late 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's 
Bays), Capt. 3rd Batt. R. Dublin Fusiliers, and a J.P. 
for Warwickshire, who was killed in action 1915, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * John Digby Hyde, 
b. 1906.— Meriden Hall, near Coventry. 

BANKES, Mrs., of Wolfeton House, Dorset- 
shire. 
Florence Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of Frederic Fane, Esq., 
of Moyles Court, Hampshire, who d. 1902, by his 1st 
wife Elizabeth, who d. 1861, eldest dau. of "the late 
James Peel Cockburn, Esq., of Salcombe House, Devon- 
shire ; m. 1873 Wynne Albert Bankes, Esq., of Wolfeton 
House, a J.P. and D.L. for Dorsetshire and aBarrister- 
at-Law, who was formerly in the R.N., and who d. 
1913, leaving a dan., * Gladys, m. 1902 Hugh Nicholas 
Granville Stucley, Esq. (4th son of Sir George Stucley 
Stucley, 1st Bart.), of Hartland Abbey, AfEeton Castle, 
and Moreton, Devonshire {whom see), and has, with 
other issue, a son, *Dennis Frederic Bankes, b. 1907. 
— Wolfeton House, Dorchester, Dorsetshire. 

BANKS, Lady. 

Elizabeth Rathbone, dau. of John EUiott, Esq., of Liver- 
pool ; m. 1st 1874 Sir William Mitchell Banks, M.D., 
LL.D., F.R.C.S., Consulting Surgeon to the Liverpool 
E. Infirmary, Emeritus Professor of Anatomy in 
Univ. Coll., Liverpool, a Magistrate for Liverpool, and 
formerly Representative of Victoria Univ. in the Gen. 
Medical Council, who was cr. Knt. 1899, and d. 1904; 
2ndly 1908 Thomas Edward Barlow, Esq.— 13, Buck- 
land Crest, Hampstead, n.w. 

BANKS, Major Herbert Delamark, of Oxney 
Court, Kent. 
Only surviving son of William John Banks, Esq., of 
Oxney Court, who d. 1901, by Margaret Ellen, who d. 
1874, dau. of Richard Roffi;y, Esq.; b. 1854. Major 
Banks, who was educated at Eton and at Magdalen 
Coll., Oxford, is a Magistrate for Kent, and a Major 
ret. late 60th Rifles. — Oxney Court, near Dover; 
Junior Carlton Chcb, s.w. 

BANKS, William Hartland, Esq., of Hergest 
Croft, Herefordshire ; and of Howey Hall, 
Radnorshire. 
Only son of Richard William Banks, Esq., of Ridge- 
bourne, Herefordshire, who d. 1891, by Emily Rosa, 
2nd dau. of the late Nathaniel Hartland, Esq., of The 
Oakland.^, Gloucestershire ; b. 1867; m. 1894 Dorothy, 
elder dau. of the Rev. Bradley Hurt Alford, and has, 



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with other issue, u sou, * Richard Alfora, h. 1902. Mr 
Banks, who was educated at Rugby and at Trinity Cull., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1893), is a J.P. au'd D.L. 
for Herelordshire, a, J.P. for Radnorshire (High Slieriff 
1892), and Lord of the Manors of English Huntington 
and Hergest. — Hergest Croft, Kington. 

BANNATINE - ALLASON, Major - Gen . 
Richard, C.B., C.M.G., of Logan, Aji-shire. 

Elder son of the late Richard Cuningbinie Bannatine, 
Esq., of Glaisnock, Ayrshire, by Charlotte, who d. 1909, 
dau. of the late Stephen Owen, Esq. ; b. 1855. Major- 
Gen. Bannatine-.VUason, who was educated at Welling- 
ton Coll. and at tlie R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, and 
assumed the additional surname ofAUason, under the 
will of Mrs. Elizabeth Allason-Cuninghame. of Logan, 
1885, is a Major-Gen. ret., late R.A., and a D.L. and 
C.S. for Ayrshire, and was formerly an A.A.G. at Head- 
quarters ; commanded the Potchefstroom Sub-Dist., S. 
Africa, with the locil rank of Brigadit-r-Gen., July-Nov. 
1906, the Orange River Colony and Natal Dist., Nor. 
1906-1909, the Nowshera Brigade, 1st Div., Northern 
Army in India 1910-14, a Territorial Div. 1914 and 
successively the 51st (Highland) Div., the 61st (S. 
Midland) Div. and the 64th (Highland) Div.— io^««, 
Cumnock, Ayrshire; Naval and Military CI ah, w. ; 
County CUtb, Ayr. 

BANNATYNE, Andrew Millar, Esq., of Mil- 
heugli, Lanarkshire. 
Son of Lieut.-Col. John Millar Banuatyne, a J.P. for 
Lanarkshire, who d. 1886, by Janet, dau. of the late 
James Farie, Esq., of Farme ; b. 1860 ; ?«. 1890 Jane 
Louisa, dau. of Algernon Wood Smith, M.D., Glasgow, 
and has issue. Mr. Bannatyne s. his grandmother 
Mrs. Margaret Millar -Bannatyne in 1891. — Milheagh, 
Blantyre, N.B. 

BANNER. See Harmood-Banncr. 

BANNERMAN, Sir Alexander, Bart., F.R.G.S. 
— Cr. 1682. 

Only son of Sir George Bannerman, 10th Bart., by 

Anne Mary, who d. 1909, eldest dau. of the late 

Richard Brooke, Esq., F.S.A., of Handford, Cheshire ; 

b. 1871; s. 1901. Educated at Wellington Coll.; is 

Major ret., late R.E., Major Reserve of Officers, and 

an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army ; late Lieut.-Col. 5th 

Batt. N. Staflfordshire S.egt. — United Service Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his kinsman Wyndham Philip (elder son of Gen. 

William Bannerman, C.B., u.s.l. Indian Army, Col. 104th 

Wellcsley's Rifles, Indian Army, who rf. 1914, by Louisa 

Constance, dau. of the late Robert G-oddard, Esq., of Monlts- 

town, CO. Dublin), Lieut.-Col. Slat Duie of Connaught's 

Own Lanoers, Indian Army; 6. 1870; m. 1901 Mary 

Augusta Slosley, who d. 1910, elder dau. of the late George 

Asbwin Cheeke, Esq., and has a dau., Diana Mary 

Wyndham. 

BANNERMAN, Mrs., of Wyastone Leys, 
Herefordshire. 
Louise M.ary, dau. of Robert Wheeley, Esq., of The 
Pentre, Monmouthshire, who d. 1858, by Anne, who d. 
1878, only dau. of the late Rev. James Jenkins, Rector 
of Llanfoist, Monmouthshire; m. 1880 James Murray 
Bannerman, Esq., late Capt. R. Monmouthshire 
Engineer Militia, of Wyastone Leys, a J.P. and D.L. 
for Herefordshire and for Monmouthshire (High 
Sheriff 1879), and a Barrister- at-Law, who d. 1915, 
leaving, with other issue, a son,* John Arthur Murray, 
D.S.O., Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. R. Warwickshire 
Regt. and temp. Lieut.-Col. on the Staff; educated at 
WelUngtoa Coll.; b. 1881; m. 1913 Aliue de Laune, 
dau. of the late David Ryrie, Esq., of N.S.W., and 
has, with other issue, a son, * Alastair John Murray, 
b. 1914. 



BANNERIiIAN. See Campbell-Banncnnan ; and 
SonihcsJc, Ethel Mary EU^abetk, C'omitess of. 

BANNISTER, Miss, of Church House, Lyon- 
shall, Herefordshire. 

Margaret, youngest dau. of John Samuel Bannister, 
Esq., of Weston House, Herefordshire, who d. 1869, by 
Margaret, dau. of Thomas Fencott, Esq. — Church House, 
Lyonshall, Kington, Herefordshire. 

BANON, AwLT Edward, Esq., of Irishtown, 
CO. Westmeath. 
Son of Andrew Banon, Esq., of Irishtown, who d. 1892, 
by Nannie, dau. of the late Edward F. IBeytagh, Esq., 
Q.C. ; /). 1 866. Educated at Clongowes Wood Coll., is 
Accountant of the Westmeath X:.G.— Irishtown, Bally, 
nacargy, co. Westmeath; 49, Kingsley Road, Princes 
Park, Liverpool. 

-I- BANON, Christopher Valerio Joseph 
Edward Paul, Esq., of Broughall Castle, 
King's Co. 
Son of Christopher James Patrick Banon, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Broughall Castle, who d. 1919, by Rose, 
only dau. of Count M.agawly Cerati de Calry, of 
Florence; b. 1912.— Broughall Castle, Frankford, 
King's Co. 

BANTRY, Countess of. See Trevor, Lord. 

BARBER, Sir (Edward) Pairless, Knt. — 
Cr. 1918. 
Second son of His Honour William Barber, Q.C, Judge 
of the Derby County Court, of Ashover, Derbyshire, 
who d. 1891, by Elizabeth, elder dau. of the late 
Henry Birch, Esq., of Manchester; b. 1873; m. 1897 
Beatrice Annie, 3rd dau. of the late Robert Baldwin 
Hayward, Esq., of Harrow. Sir Fairlcss Barber, who 
was educated at Marlborough and was formerly plant- 
ing in Ceylon, is an Additional Meaiber of the Council 
of the Governor of Madras for making Laws and 
Regulations, representing the planting industry of S. 
India. — Octacamund, Madras, India; Windham Club,' 
s.w. ; Madras Club, Madras ; Octacamund Club, 
Octacamund ; United Service Club, Bingalore. 



BARBER-STARKEY, William Joseph Stae- 
ket, Esq., of Knockshannooh, Forfarshire, 
of the Rev. William Henry Barber, of Darley 



Mary, 



Onl. 

Dale, Derbyshire, wlio d. 

the late John Starkev, Esq., of W: 

b. 1847; m. 1873 Margaret Aimee, 3rd dau. of Sir 

George Kinloch, 1st Bart., of Kinloch, Perthshire, and 

has, with other surviving issue, a son, * Roger John 

Kinloch, late Lietit. Shropshire Yeo. ; h. 1883 ; m. 1913 

Edith Victoria, 3rd dau. of Co)'. Sir James Digby Legard, 

K.C.B., of Welham, Yorkshire, and has, with other 

issue, a son, *John Legard, b. 1919. Mr. Barber- 

Starkey, who was educated at Rugby and at Trinity 

Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870), and called to the Bar at 

the Inner Temple 1877, is a Magistrate for the N. 

Biding of Y'orkshire. — Knockshannooh, Glen Isla, 

Forjarshire. Residence : Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth, 

Shropshire. 

BARBOUR, Sir David Miller.— Cr. K.C.S.L 
1889, K.C.M.G. 1899. 

Son of the late Miller Barbour, of Calkill, Ireland ; 
b. 1841 ; ni. 1883 Katharine Constance, dau. of the late 
Thomas Gribble, Esq. Entered the Bengal C.S. 1863, 
late Sec. to the Finance Dep. of the Government of 



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India, and a Member of the Council of the Governor- 
Gen.— ZiViwoofZ, Crawley Down, Sussex; Athenceum, 
and East India United Service Clubs, s.w. 

BAEBOUR, Alexander Hugh Feeeland, Esq., i 
M.D., LL.D., of Gryffe, Renfrewshire. 

Younger son of George Freeland Barbour, Esq., of 
Bonskeid, Perthshire, who d. 1887, by Margaret, who 
d. 1892, only dau. of the late Glas .Sandeman, Esq., of 
Springland, Perthshii-e; b. 1856. Dr. Barbour, who | 
■was educated at Edinburgh (M.A. 1874, B.Sc, 1877,1 
M.D. 1883) and Berlin Univs., is a Physician practis- 
ing in Edinburgh. — Residence : i, Charlotte Square. \ 
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Barchard, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1909; iii. 1901 Maud 
Agnes, elder dau. of Lieut.-Col. Divie Knighton 
Eobertson, late Norfolk Kegt., and has, with other 
issue, a son, * Francis, a Naval Cadet ; educated at 
the E. Naval Coll., Osborne ; b. 1903. Mr. Barchard, 
who was educated at Winchester and at Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1884), and called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 1888, is a Magistrate for Sussex (on the roll 
for High Sheriff for 1921), Lord of the Manor of Little 
Horsted, and Patron of 1 li\iag.—Horsted Place, 
Uckfield ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. 

BARCLAY, Sir Robert Cecil de Belzim, Bart., 
of Pierston, Ayrshire.— Or. 1668. 
Second son of Sir Coh'ille Arthur Durell Barclay, 11th 
Bart., who d. 1896, by Melanie Louise, youngest dau. 
of the late Mons. J. C. Edouard JuUien de Belzim, 
of Mauritius ; b. 1862 ; s. his brother Capt. Sir David 
Edward Durell Barclay, r2th Bart., 1918 ; educated at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge. — Oxford and Cambridge 
Club, s.w. 



BARBOUR, Geobge, Esq., of Bolesworth 
Castle, Cheshire. 
Only son of Robert Barbour, Esq., J.P. andD.L., of 
Bolesworth Castle, who d. 1885, by Janet Andrew, 
who d. 1896, dau. of the late William Fleming, Esq., of 
Sawmillfield, Glasgow, N.B. ; h. 1841 ; m. 1869 Caroline 
Easton, dau. of the late Robert Andrew Macfie, Esq., 
of Dreghorn Castle, Midlothian, and has, with other 
issue, an only son, * Robert, Major Earl of Chester's 
Yeo., T.D. ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1897, M.A. 1903) ; b. 1876 ; m. 1909 
Ida Lavington, only dau. of the late Arthur Lavington ' BARCLAY, LeTITIA, Lady 



Heir Pres., bis brother Colville Adrian de Rune, O.B., C.B.E., 
M.V.O., a Councillor of Embassy in tlie Diplomatic Service ; I 
1). 18u9 ; m. 1912 Sarita Knriqueta, dau. of Herbert Ward, 
Esq., of Avenue Malakoff, Paris, and has with other i 
a sou, 'Oolville Herbert Sauford, h. 1913. 



Payne, Esq., J P., and has, with other issue, a son, 
* George Richiivd, b. 1911. Mr. Barbour, who was 
educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1863, M.A. 1871), and called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1865, is a J.P. and D.L. for Cheshire 
(High Sheriff 1 890), Patron of 1 living, and Hon. Major 
late Earl of Chester's Yeo. Cav. — Bolesworth Castle, 
near Chester; Carlton, and New University Clubs, s.w. 

BARBOUR, George Feeeland, Esq., D.Phil., 
of Bonskeid, Perthshire. 
Only surviving son of the Rev. Robert William Barbour, 
of Bonskeid, who d. 1891, by Charlotte Rachel, 2nd 
dau. of Sir Robert Nicholas Fowler, 1st Bart, (cxf.), of 
Gastard, AVillshire; b. 1882 ; m. 1919 Helen Victoria, 
eldest dau. of Col. the Hon. Walter George Hepburne- 
Scott, Master of Polwarth. Dr. Barbour, who was 
educated at Edinburgh Univ. (M.A. 1905, D.Phil. 
1910), is a Magistrate for Perthshire. — Bonskeid, Pit- 
lochry, Perthshire. ' 

BARBOUR, John Milne, Esq., of Conway i 
House, and Hildeu, co. Antrim. j 

Second son of John Doherty Barbour, Esq., J.P. and j 
D.L., of Hilden, and of Wrentnall, Shropshire, who d. 
1901, bv Elizabeth Law, eldest dau. of the late John I 
Milne, Esq., J.P., of Edinburgh; b. 1868; m. 1899 
Eliza, who d. 1910, eldest dau. of Robert Barbour, 
Esq., of Paterson, New Jersey, and has, with other issue, 
a son, *John Milne, b. 1906. Mr. Barbour, who was 
educated at Harrow and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1888, 
M.A. 1892), is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Antrim (High ■ 
Sheriff 1905), and one of the Belfast Harbour Com- 
missioners, and was High Sheriff of co. Down 1907 
and President of the Belfast Chamber of Commerce 
1911; elected a Member of the Senate of Queen's 
Univ., Belfast, 1912. — Conway House, near Dunmuriy, 
CO. Antrim ; R. Automobile Club, s.w. ; Ulster Clvh, 
Belfast ; Western Club, Glasgow. 

BARCHARD, Francis, Esq., of Horsttd 
Place, Sussex. 
Eldest son of Elphinstone Barchard, Esq., who d. 1893, 
by Katherine Louisa Susan, who d. 1908, dau. of the 
late Capt. William Rose Barwell, R.N. ; 6.1863; S.Mrs. 
Areiitiua Barchard, the widow of his uncle Francis 



Fourth dau. of the Hon. Amias Charles Orde-Powlett, 
of Thorney Hall, Yorkshire, who d. 1899, by Annie 
Martha, who d. 191 7, only child of the late Christopher 
Tophara, Esq., of Middleham Hall, Yorkshire ; m. 1889 
Capt. Sir David Edward Durell Barclay, 12th Bart., 
late 19th Hussars, who d.s.p. 1918.-7^6 Grove, Mid- 
dleham, Yorkshire. 

BARCLAY, Sir George Head, K.C.S.I., 

K.C.M.G., C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1908, 

K.C.S.I. 1913. 

Third son of Henry Ford Barclay, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 

of Monkhams, Essex, who d. 1891, by his Ist wife 
Richenda Louisa, who d. 1888, youngest dau. of the late 
Samuel Gurney, Esq., of Upton House, Essex ; b. 1862; 
m. 1891 Beatrix Mary Jay, youngest dau. of the late 
Henry Grafton Chapman, Esq., ofNew York, U.S.A. Sir 
George Barclay, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, and entered the Diplomatic Service 
1886, was 3rd Secretary at Washington 1888-91 and at 
Rome 1891-2; 2nd Secretary at Romel892-4,atMadri(i 
1894-8, and at Constantinople 1888-1902 ; 1st Secre- 
tary at Tokio 1902-5, Councillor of Embassy there 
1905-6 and at Constantinople 1906-8, and Envoy 
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Con- 
stantinople Mar.-.4\ig. 1908 and at Teheran 1908-12; 
transferred to Rumania 1912. — British Legation, 
Bucharest. Rumania ; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; St. James's 
Club, w. 

BARCLAY, Sir Thomas, Knt.— Cr. 1904. 

Eldest son of George Barclay, Esq., LL.D., a Barrister- 
at-Law, of Bonvil, Fifeshire, who d. 1909, by Louisa, 
dau. of the late William Giles, Esq., M.D., of Wind- 
sor; b. 1853; m. 1877 Marie TherAse, dau. of R. 
Teuscher, Esq., M.D., formerly of Rio de Janeiro. 
Sir Thomas Barclay, who was educated at Univ. 
Coll., London, and at the Univs. of London, Paris 
(LL.B. 1882), Bonn, and Jena (Ph.D. 1875), 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1881, is Vice- 
President of the Institute of International Law, and of 
the International Law Association, a Member of the 
R. Academy of Jurisprudence of Spain, an Officer 
of the Lesion of Honour, a Knight of the Order 
of Leopold of Belgium, a Grand Officer of the 
Order of the Lion and the Sun of Persia, and Author 
of "Thirty Years' Anglo-French Reminiscences,' 



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and International Law to Oxfort 

M:.P. for Blackburn Jan.-Nov, 

Sqicijre, Earl's Court, s.w. ; 13, Old 8(iuare Lincoln's 

Inn, VI. c; 17, Rue Pasquier, Madeleine, Paris; 

Reform, and Athencsum Clubs, s.w. 

BARCLAY, Sir Thomas, Knt.— Or. 1908. 

Second son of James Barclay, Esq., of Sunderland, who 
d. 1882 ; *. 1839; m. 1st 1861 Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of 
the late Robert Jaques, Esq., M.R.C.S., of Osmotherley, 
■ Yorkshire ; 2ndly 1883 Mary Dingley, 2nd dau. of tlie 
late EdwardPethybridge, E-iq.,of Launceston, Cornwall. 
Sir Thomas Barclay is a Magistrate for AVarwickshire, 
for Worcestershire, and for the City of Birming- 
ham. — The Uplands, Blackwell, near Bromsgrove ; 
National Liberal Club, s.w. 



BARCLAY, Col. Hugh Gurney, M.V.O., of 
Coluey Hall, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of Henry Ford Barclay, Esq., J. P. and D.L., 
of Moukhams, Essex, who d. 1891, by his 1st wife 
Richenda Louisa, who d. 1888, youngest dau. of the late 
Samuel Gurney, Esq., of Upton House, Esses ; I). 1851 
m. 1880 Evelyn Louisa, who d. 1899, eldest dau. of Sir 
Stuart Saunders Hogg, and has, with other issue, an 
only surviviug son, *Evelyn Hugh, Lieut, ret., late 
Scots Guards, Special Reserve ; formerly Oapt. Q.O. 
Royal Glasgow Yeo. ; previously Lieut, (on probation) 
16th Lancers, Special Reserve;"*. 1885;" m. 1917 the 
Hon. Phyllis Patty Orossley, elder dau. of Savilo 
Brinton, ist Lord Sonierleyton, If.C.V.O., P.C, and has 
a dau. Col. Barclay, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1878), is a J.P. fo"r Nor- 
folk (High Sheriff 1905) and for Norwich, Major ret., 
lateT.F. Reserve, and Lieut.-Col.and Hon. Col. ret., late 
Comm. 4th Batt. Norfolk Regt., Y.D.—Colney Hall, 
Norwich ; Brooks s, and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs, 



Regt 
of 1 , 
Bachelors' Club, 



previously Major Sur 
■ g.—Bur// Hill, Do, ' 
" r ■ ■ 



BARCLAY, Robert, Esq., of High Leigh, 
Hertfordshire ; of The Grove, Norfolk; atid 
of Tarvie, Perthshire. 

Eldest son of Joseph Gurney Barclay, Esq., of Higham, 
Suffolk, who d. 1898, by his 1st wife Mary Walker, who 
d. 1848, dau. of the late William Leatham, Esq., of 
Wakefield, Banker; b. 1843; m. 1868 Elizabeth Ellen, 
2nd dau. of the late Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq., of 
Easneye, Herts, and has, with other issue, a son, * Robert 
Leatham (now of Higham), C.B.E., a J.P. for Suffolk 
and for Hertfordshire and C'apt. and temp. Major Nor- 
folk (King's Own R. Regt). Yeo. ; educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1889, M.A. 
1893); b. 1869 ; m. 1898 Alice Eugenia, who d. 1918, 
4th dau. of the late Horace James Smith-Bosanquet, 
Esq., of Broxbournebury, Herts. Mr. Barclay, who 
was educated at Univ. Coll., London, is a Magistrate 
for Herts (High Sheriff 1893) and a Banker in London. 
— High Leigh, Hoddeson ; 54, Lombard Street, e.g. ; 
2, Whitehall Court, s.w. 

BARCLAY, Capt. Robert Wyvill, of Bury 
Hill, Surrey. 
Eldest .son of Robert Barclay, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Bury Hill, who d. 1913, by Laura Charlotte Rachel, 
eldest dau. of the late Marniaduke Wyvill, Esq., of 
Constable Burton, and Denton Park, Yorkshire ; 
b. 1 880 ; w. 1904 Elsa Mary, only dau. of His Honour j 
Judge Sir Edward Bray, and has, with otlier issue, 
a son, *Rob6rt Edward, b. 1906. Capt. Barclay, who 
was educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a Magis- 
trate for Surrey, temp. Capt. 2nd Life Guards Reserve 



BARCLAY- ALL ARDICE, Robert, Esq., 
P. S.A.Scot., formerly of Urie andAllardice, 
Kincardineshire. 
Eldest son of Samuel Ritchie, Esq., who d. 1845, 
by Margaret, who d. 1903, only child and heiress of 
Robert Barclav-AUardice, Esq., of Allardice and Urie, 
wlio d. 1854 ;"*. 1841; m. 1909 Beatrice Maud, elder 
dau. of W. H. Jeffery, Esq., and has a dau., Mary 
Graham. Mr. Barclay-AUardice assumed bv royal 
license in 1883 the names of Biircl.iy-Allai-di'e ; was 
Mayor of Lostw 1 1 h : - : I ,s : i . ) - 1 ! 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 . 1 1 ', • " i i ; ■ , | ; ; , , .; 
the Scotch EarM -- . - ■ , ' nl 

Airth, as 19th in ]■ ,. i . i , ;■ ,i ' ' . i <,t' 
Strathearn, son of K>.irri 11,, l\':ir: ..t -■■.iln,! — 
Polmear, Par Station, Connmll; I'ranrose Club, s.w. 



BARCROFT, Mrs., of The Glen, co. Armagh. 

Anna, only dau. of David Malcomson, Esq., of Mel- 
view, CO. Tipperary, who d. 1840, by Sarah, who d. 
1864, eldest dau. of the late James Nicliolson Richard- 
son, Esq., of Glenmore, CO. Antrim; «(. 1867 Henry 
Barcroft, Esq., of The Glen, a D.L. for co. Arm;igh 
(High Sheriff 1890), who d. 1905, leaving, with other 
issue, a son, »Joseph, C.B.E., F.R.S., educated at King's 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1896, M.A. 1900), at which ho 
is a Lecturer and of which he is a Fellow; 6.1872; 
m. 1903 Mary Agnetta, younger dau. of the late Sir 
Robert .Sta well Ball, LL.D., F.R.S., and has, with otlier 
issue, a son, "' Henry, b. 1904. — The Glen, Neuri/, co. 
Down. 



BARDWELL, Thomas Newman Frederick, 
Esq., of Bolton Hall, Yorkshire. 
Only son of Frederick Bardwell, Esq., J.P., of Bolton 
Hall, who d. 18S0, by Anne, dau. of the late Maurice 
Rodgers, Esq. ; b. 1850 ; m. 188(1 Lucy Sophia, who d. 
1899, eldest dau. of tlie late Rev. William Bishton 
Garnett-Bottield, J,P., of Decker Hill, Shropshire, and 
of Haughton Hall, Cheshire, and has, with other issue, 
a son, * Thomas Garnett Newman, Capt. (temp. Major 
1914-16) E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo., serving with 
Egyptian Army; late Lieut, (on probation) Scots 
Guards; educated at Eton and at Jesus Coll., Cam- 
bridge; b. 1883. Mr. Bardwell, who was educated 
at Malvern Coll. and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
andS.C.L. 1873,. M.A. 1876). and was called to the 
Bar at the Inner Temple 1877, is Lord of the Manor 
of Bolton, a J.P., D.L., and C.C. for the E, Riding 
of Yorkshire, and a Commissioner of Taxes. — Bolton 
Hall, Wilbcrfo.'is, Yorkshire; St. .James's Club, w.; 
Ranelaqh, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; Yorkshire 
Club, York; 90, Piccadilly, w. 

BARHAM, Col. Arthur Saxby, C.M.G., of 
Hole Park, Kent ; and of Snape, Susses. 
Younger son of Sir George Barham, J.P., of Snape, 
who d. 1913, by Margaret, who d. 1906, 2nd dau. of the 
late Jarvis Rainey, Esq., of Spilsby, Lincolnshire, 
b. 1869 ; m. 1893 Annie Gertrude, 3rd dau. of the late 
Edward Henry Edwards, Esq., and has an only 
surviving son, * Harold Arthur, educated at Malvern 
and at Clare Coll., Cambridge ; h. 1898. Col. Barham, 
who was educated at Univ. Coll. School, London, and 
was formerly Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 19th 
Middlesex ( Bloomsbury) Vol. Rifle Corps, V.D., and 
Lieut -Col. Comm. 12th (Co. of London) Batt. London 
Eegt. (The Rangers) 1915-17, is Lieut.-Col. T.F. 
Reserve.— ifo^e Park, Rolvenden, Cranbrook, Kent. 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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BARING, the Hou. Mrs., of Biddesdeu House, 
Wiltshire. ! 

Olive Alethea, younger dau. of Hugh Colin Smith, 
Esq., of Mount Clare, Roeiiampton, who d. 1910, by 
Constance Maria Josepha, wlio d. 1918, younest dau. of 
the late Henry John Adeane, Esq., M.P., of Babraham, 
Cambridgeshire ; m. 1903 Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Guy 
Victor Baring (4th son of Alexander Hugh, 4th Lord 
Ashburton), of Biddesden House, Major Reserve of 
Officers and temp. Lieut.-Col. Coldstream Guards, ' 
who was M.P. for Winchester 1906-16 and who d. 
(killed in action) 1916, leaving, with other issue, a, 
son, *Simon Alexander Vivian, h. I'Ad a.— Biddesden 
House, near Andover, Hampshire. ; 

BARING, Sir Godfrey, Bart., of Nubia j 
Honse, Isle of Wight.— Cr. 1911. j 

Only sou of Lieut.-Gen. Charles Baring, of Nubia 
House, whoc?. 1890, by Helen. whorf.l914,youngestdau. 
of the Right Hon. Sir James Robert George Graham, 
2ndBart.,of Netherby, Cumberland; b. 1871 ; m. 1898 
Eva Hermione, M.B.E., only dau. of the late Alexander 
Aeneas Mackintosh of Mackintosh. Sir Godfrey Baring, 
who was educated at Eton, and was formerly Lieut. 3rd 
Batt. Hampsliire Regt., is a Magistrate for Hampshire 
(High Sheriff 1897), a D.L. and Chairman of the C.C. 
for the Isle of AVigbt and Chairman of the Hampshire 
and Isle of Wight Appeal Tribunal (under the Mil. I 
Service Act) ; was M.P. for the Isle of Wight 1906-Jan. 1 
1910, and for the Barnstaple Div. of Devonshire 1911- 
18. — Nubia House, Cowes, Isle of Wight; Bachelors' \ 
Club, w. ; Travellers', and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. ; if. 
Yacht Squadron, Cowes. | 

Heir, his sou OUarles Cbristian, Lieut. OoUstream GuardB, 
Special Eeserve ; b. 1898. 

BARING, Harold Herman John, Esq., of High 

Beech, Essex. i 

Elder son of Thomas Charles Baring, Esq., M.P., of 

High Beech, who d. 1891, by Susan Carter, who d.l 

1897, dau. of Robert Bowne Minturn, Esq., of New j 

York ; b. 1869 ; m. 1898 Mary, dau. of John Augustus 

Churchill, of New York.— High Beech, Lotigkton, Essex. 

Heir Pres., his brother Godfrey Nigel Everard, was High 

Sheriff of CO. Limerick 1918 ; educated at Harrow ; b. 1870 ; 

m. 1903 tlie Hon. Ada Sybil Roche, only cliild of Edwai-d 

Fitz-Edmuud Burke, 2nd Lord Fermoy, and has, with other 

issue, a son, • Charles Desmond Nigel, b. 1914. 

BARING. See Ashlnirton ; Cromer ; Northbrook ; a,ad\ 
Bevelstoke. 

BARING- GOULD, the Rev. Sabine, of Lew 
Treiichard, Devon. 
Eldest sou of Edward Baring-Gould, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Lew Trenchard, who d. 1872, by his 1st wife 
Sophia Charlotte, who d. 1863, dau. of the late Adm. 
Thomas Godolphiu Bond ; b. 1834 ; ra. 1868 Grace, who 
d. 1916, dau. of the late John Taylor, of Horbury, 
Yorkshire, and has, with other issue, a sou, * Edward 
Sabine, temp. Capt. and Acting Major R.A.S.C, A. 1871; 
m. 1896 Marian, dau. of A. H. Linton, Esq., of Minne- 
apolis, U.S.A., and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Edward Darah, b. 1906. Mr. Baring-Gould, who 
was educated at Clare Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1857, 

■ M.A. 1860, Hou. Fellow Clan; Coll. 1918), and was 
formerly Incumbent of Dalton, Yorkshire, and Rector of 
E. Mersea, Essex, is a J.P. for Devon, and Patron and 
Rector of Lew Trenchard. — Lev: Trenchard, Lewdown, 
Devon. 

BARKER, Katharine Weston, Lady. 

Elder dau. of Edward Golding Elwes, Esq. ; m. 
1st 1902, as his 2nd wife,Gen. SirGeorge Digby Barker, 



G.C.B., of Clare Priory, Suflfolk, a J.P. for Essex, 
and a J.P. and C.C. for Suffolk, who was formerly 
in the 78th Highlanders and 64th Regt.; Assistant 
Director of Mil. Education 1877-83; Assistant 
Adjutant and Q,uarterraaster-Gen. Western Dist. 
1884-87 ; Commander of the Forces in China and 
Hong Kong 1890-5 ; Acting Governor of Hong Kong 
in 1891 ; Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the 
Bermudas 1896-1902, and Col. of the N. Staffordshire 
Regt. 1905-11, and of the Seaforth Highlanders 
1911-14, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1900, G.C.B. 1912, 
andfZ. 1914; 2ndly 1916 Lieut.-Col. Ernald Barnardis- 
ton, D.S.O., R.E.— 10, Barton Street, Westminster, s.vi. 



BARKER, Major-Gen. Sir George, K.C.B. 
— Cr. 1911. 

Son of Col. George Barker, H.E.I.C.S., who d. 1859, 
by Mary Katherine, who d. 1896, dau. of the late 
Majoi'-Gen. Vaughan Worsley, of the Isle of Wight; 
b. 1849 ; m. 1888 the Hon. Clemency Hubbard, 
youngest dau. of John Gellibrand, 1st Lord Addiugton, 
P.G. Sir George Barker, who was educated at the 
R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a Major-Gen. ret., late 
R.E., and was Assistant Inspector School of Mil. 
Engineering 1877-81, Deputy- Assistant Adjutant-Gen. 
Bechuanaland Exjiedition 1884-5, Assistant Inspector- 
Gen, of Fortifications .It Headquarters 1894-1901, Col.- 
on-the-StafF Comm. R.E., E. Dist., 1901-4, Inspector 
ofR.E. at Headquarters 1904-9, and commanded the 
E. Coast Defences, E. Command, 1909-11; has the 
Order of the Medjidie, 4th Q\ass.—Salt Hill, Chichester; 
United Service Club, s.w. 



BARKER, Coi: Sir Francis William James, 
Knt.— Cr. 1906. 

Eldest son of William Barker, Esq., F.R.C.P.I., of 
Dublin, and of Tlie Fort, Kilkeel, co. Down, who d. 
1873, by Margaret, who d. 1891, 2nd dau. of the late 
James Houghton, Esq., of Dublin; b. 1841; m. 1873 
Charlotte Jessie, ouly child of the late John 
Foster. Sir Francis Barker, who was educated at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin, and at the R. Mil. Academy, 
Woolwich, is a Brevet-Col. ret., late R.A., and was 
Inspector of Warlike Stores, Malta, 1878-84 ; Assistant 
Superintendent R. Gunpowder Factory, Waltham 
Abbey, 1885-91, and Acting Superintendent there 
1891-2, and Superintendent of the R. Small Arms 
Factory at Birmingham 1892-1906. — 1, Wesibourne 
Mansions, Folkestone ; Radnor Club, Folkestone. 



BARKER, Mary Ann, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Benjamin Etter Black, Esq., of Halifax, 
Nova Scotia; m. 1877, as his 2nd wife. Sir Frederic 
Eustace Barker, D.C.L., K.C., who was M.P. for St. 
John in the Canadian House of Commons 1886, a 
Puisne Judge of New Brunswick 1893-1908 (admiuLs- 
tered the Government 1896) and Chief Justice thereof 
1908-14, and who was er. Knt. 1913 and d. 1915.— 
The Cedars, Motmt Pleasant, St. John, New Brunswick. 



BARKER, Sir Francis Henry, Knt.— Cr. 1917, 

Second son of Alfred Barker, Esq., of Constantinople, 
and of Elmfield, Esher, whorf. 1911, by Evelina, eldest 
dau. of the late John Henry Chariiaud, Esq., of Con- 
stantinople; 4.1865; «J. 1897 Aimee, eldest dau. of the 
late Arthur de Vere Vere, Esq., of Constantinople. Sir 
Francis Barker, who was educated at Clifton Coll., 
is a Director of Viekers Ltd. and Chairman of the 
Executive of the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce. 
— Burnt Stub, Chessington, Surrey; Marlborough Club, 
S.W. ; St. James's Club, w. ; Lowndes House, Lowndes 
Place, s.w. 



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BARKER, Lieut.-Col. Fuederick George, 
C.B.E., of Stanlake Park, Berkshire. 

Eldest son of the Eer. Alfred Gresley Barker, M.A. 
of Stanlake Park, -n-ho d. 1906, by Agnes, 2nd dan. of 
the late Rev. Comyns Tucker, of Beech Hill, Dev 
shire; b. 1866; m. 1895 Lucile Mary, only dau. of 
Cartmell Harrison, Esq., of Bramley, Hampshire, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * George Cartmell. Lieut. 
16th Lancers.; educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., 
Sandhurst ; b. 1896. Lieut.-Col. Barker, who was edu- 
cated at Eton and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1891, M.A. 
1894), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1894, 
is a Magistrate for Berkshire (was on the roll for High 
Sheriff for 1918), Lieut.-Col. late Comra. 3rd Batt. K. 
Berkshire Eegt., temp. Lieut.-Col. Comni. 1st Vol. 
Batt., and Patron of 1 \\y\ng.— Stanlake Park, Twyford, 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

BARKER-MILL. 



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Berkshire ; Oxford i 
Court, Temple, e.c. 



lid Cambridc/e Club, s.w. ; 2, Hare 



BARKER, Joseph Hdrton Aveling, Esq., of 
St. Gernian's Hall, Norfolk. 
Elder son of Joseph Hurton Barker, Esq., J.P., of 
Needham House, Cambridgesliire, and of Mattimore 
House, CO. Lincoln, who d. 188-1, by Sarah Rebecca, 
who d. 1899, dau. of the late Thomas Aveling, Esq., of 
March; b. 1865; educated at St. John's Coll., Cam- 
bridge. — St. German's Hall, King's Lynn. 

BARKER, Miss, of Plas Gogarfcli, Carnarvon- 
shire. 
Alice Ann, dau. of Josiah Barker, Esq., of Waterloo, 
near Liverpool, who d. 1868, by Ann, dau. of the late 
Thomas Mayor, Esq., of Freckleton, Lancashire. 
Miss Barker s. her brother Thomas Barker, Esq., J.P., 
1901.— Pias Gogarth, near Llandudno. 

BARKER, Mrs. Rowland, of Henstead Hall, 
Suffolk. 
Elizabeth, only dau. of Sir (Robert Harry) Inglia 
Palgrave, F.R.S., J.P., of Henstead Hall, who d. 1919, 
by Sarah Maria, who d. 1898, youngest dau. <5f the late 
George Brightwen, Esq., of Saffion Walden, Essex; 
m. 1883 the Rev. Rowland Vectis Barker, M.A., Hon. 
Canon of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich, and has, with 
other issue, a son, *Geoffrey Palgrave, Capt. and Acting 
Major Suffolk Yeo. ; educated at Rugby and at King's 
Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1887. Mrs. Rowland Barker is 
Lady of the Manor of Henstead and Patron of 1 living. 
— Henstead Hall, Wrentham, Suffolk. 

BARKER, of Clare Priory, Suffolk. See May. 

BARKER, of Shipdham Hall, Norfolk. See 

Lofthouse. 

BARKER. See Ray niond-Barker. 

BARKER-HAHLO, Mrs., of Langley Park 
Norfolk. 

Sheila Ginevra Hilda Mary, elder dau. of Sir Reginald 
William Proctor-Beauchamp, 6th Bart., of Langley 
Park, who d. 1912, by Lady Violet Julia Charlotte 
Maria (whom ho div. 1901 and who m. 2ndly 1906, as 
his 2nd wife, Hugh Watt', Esq., formerly M.P. 'for 
Glasgow), only child of .John Strange, 5th Earl of 
Roden ; m. 1909, as his 2nd wife, Herman Barker- 
Hahlo, Esq., formerly of Foilease Park, Hampshire, a 
Barrisler-at-Law and Capt. N. Somerset Yeo., late 
Capt. Unattached List, T.F., previously Capt. TthBatt. 
HampshireRegt., and has, with other issue, a son, 
*Jocelyn George Reginald, 6. 1910. Mrs.Barker-Hahlo 
is Patron of 6 IWmgs,— langley Park, Norwich. 



See Vaudrey-Barker-Mill, 



BARKLY, Lady. 

Anne Maria, only dau. of the late Gen. Sir Thomas 
Simsoa Pratt, K.C.B. ; m. 1860 as 2nd wife Sir Henry 
Barkly, Governor of British Guiana 1849-53 ; of 
Jamaica 1S53-6; of Victoria 1856-63 ; of the Mauritius 
1863-8, and of Cape of Good Hope 1870-7, who was 
cr. K.C.B. 1853, G.C.M.G. 1874, and d. 1898.— 
1, CoUingham. Place, s.-w. 

BARLOW, Col. Sir Hilaro William Wellks- 
LET, Bart., C.B., C.M.G.— Cr. 1803. 
Elder and only surviving son of Sir Richard Wellesley 
Barlow, 4th Bart., by Annie Catherine, who d. 1886, 
dau. of the late Rev. John W. Whiteside, D.C.L., Vicar 
of Scarborough ; i. 1S61 ; «. 1904; ?«. 1891 Victoria 
Kathcrine, eldest dau. of the late Col. Hugh Robert 
Hibbert, of Birtles Hall, Cheshire, and of Broadgate, 
Devonshire. Sir Hilaro Barlow, who was educated at 
Eton and at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is 
Col. late R.A., and Superintendent of the R. 
Laboratory, R. Arsenal, Woolwich. — 18, Kidbrook 
Grove, Blackheath, s.E. ; Naval and Mditary Club, w. 
Hiir, his son Ricliard Hilgb, b. 1904. 

BARLOW, Sir Thomas, Bart., K.C.V.O.,P R S 
— Cr. 1902. 

Elder son of James Barlow, Esq., J.P., of Greenthorue, 
Edgworth, who d. 1887, by Alice, who d. 1888, dau. of 
the late James Barnes, E.sq. ; /;. 1845 ; m. 1880 Ada 
Helen, dau. of the late Patrick Dalmahoy, Esq., W.S., 
Edinburgh. Sir Thomas Barlow is B.Sc. London 1867, 
M.B. 1873, M.D. 1874, F.R.C.P. 1880, Hon. D.So. 
Victoria, Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen 1902, McGill Univ., 
Montreal, Toronto, and Harvard 1906, and St. 
Andrews 1911, Hon. D.C.L. Durham 1912, Hon. 
F.R.C.P.I. 1912, Hon. M.D. Dublin 1912, and Chris, 
tiania, and Consulting Physician, previously Senior 
Physician and Holme Professor of Clinical Medicine 
at Univ. Coll. Hospital ; was formerly Lieut.-Col. 3rd 
London Gen. Hospital, R. Army Medical Corps, Terri- 
torial Force ; Physician Extraordinary to H.M. Queen 
Victoria 1899-1901, Physician to King Edward VII.'s 
Household 1901-10 and President of the R. Coll. of 
Physicians 1910-15, and has been Physician Extra- 
ordinary to H.M. Kiug George V. since 1910; elected 
a Member of the Senate of London Univ. 1907. — Bos- 
wells, Wendover ; Athenmum Club, s.w.; 10, Wimpolc 
Street, w. 

Heir, his son James Alaa Noel, O.B.E., a Magistrate for 
Buckinghamshire and Deputy Controller Labour Supply 
Department, Mini.stry of Munitions; educated at C.C C 
0.xford (B.A. 1905, M.A. 1907) ; 6. 1S81 ; m. 1911 Emma 
Nora, younger dau. of Sir Horace Darwin, K.B.B., F.B.S., 
of The Orchard, Cambridge, and has, with other issue, a 
sou, • Thomas Erasmus, 6. 1914. 



BARLOW, Sir John Emmott, Bart., of 
Bradwall Hall, and Torkington Lodge, 
Cheshire ; and of Bryn Eirias, Denbigh- 
shire.— Cr. 1907. 
Eldest son of Thomas Barlow, Esq., J.P., of Torkington 
Lodge, and of Bryn Eirias, who d. 1897, by Mary Ann, 
who d. 1906, dau. of the late George Emmott, Esq., C.E. ' 
of Disley, Cheshire; b. 1857 ; m. 1895 the Hon. Anna 
Maria Heywood, only dau. of the late Richard Denman, 
Esq., and sister of the 3rd Lord Denman. Sir John 
Barlow, who was educated at Grove House, Totten- 
ham, and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1884, 
is a Magistrate for Cheshire and for Somerset, a C, Aid.' 
for Cheshire, and Lord of the Manors of Bradwall and 
Moorsbarrow-eum-Parme, and was M.P. for Somerset 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



Bar] 

(Frome Div.) 1892-5, and 1896-\91S.— Tor/d»gtmi ] 
Lodge, near Stockport, Cheshire ; Bryn Eirias, Colwyn 
Bay, Denbighshire; Brooks's, and Devonshire Clubs, s.-w. 
Heir, his son Johu Denman, b. 1898. 

BARLOW, Sir (Clement Anderson) Montague, 
K.B.B., LL.D.— Cr. 1918. | 

Only surviving son of the Very Rev. William Hagger 
Barlow, D.D., Dean of Peterborough, who d. 1908, by l 
Eliza Mary, who d. 1906, eldest dau. of tbe late E. P. j 
Williams, Esq. ; b. 1868. Sir Montague Barlow, who 
was educated at Eepton and at King's Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1889, M.A.1893, LL.D. 1900), and called to the 
Bar at the Middle Temple and at Lincoln's Inn 1895, 1 
was a Member of the the London C.C. 1907-10 (Vice. | 
Chairman of its Parliamentary Committee) ; raised the 
Salford Brigade of 5 Batts. (15th, 16th, 19th, 20th and j 
21st Service Batts. Lancashire Fusiliers) ; is a Partner | 
in ihe firm of Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge ; Official 
Principal to the Archdeacons of London, Hampstead I 
and St. Albans ; a Member of the Canterbury House j 
of Laymen and Chairman of Panel of the Civil Liabili- ! 
ties Committee and of the Parliamentary Pensions i 
Bureau ; has sat as M.P. for the S. Div. of Salford | 
since Dec. l^U).— Carlton, and St. Stephen's Clubs, s.vi. ; ; 
Union Club, Maiichester ; 107, Jermyn Street, s.w. ] 

BARLOW, Algernon, Esq., of Warkworth, , 
Northamberland. j 

Eldest son of the Rev. John Mount Barlow, of Ewhurst, | 
Surrey, who d. 1892, by Charlotte Eliza, who d. 1911, ; 
dau. of the late Major John Clutterbiick, of Warkworth; I 
b. 1856; ■/«. 1893 Essex E., dau. of the late Major R. 
Thompson, of Walworth Hall, co. Durham, and has a 
dau. Mr. Barlow, who was educated at Winchester 
and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1877), and called 
to the Bar at"Liucoln's Inn 1879, is a Magistrate for 
the N. Riding of Yorkshire, Lord of the Manor 
of Acomb, Yorkshire, and Patron of 1 living.— 
Bossall Hall, York ; United University Club, s.w. ; 
Yorkshire Club, York. 

BARLOW, Mark Masteeman, Esq., of The 
Shrubbery, Hasketon, Snifolk ; and of 
Sigsworth, Yorkshire. 
Only surviving son of Lieut.-Col. Frederick Barlow, 
J.P., of The Shrubberj', who d. 1897, by Cordelia, who 
d. 1914, dau. of the" late Rev. Thomas Maude, of 
Burley Hall, Yorkshire; b. 1864: «. his brother 
Eustace Hepburn Barlow, Esq., J.P., 1914. Mr. 
Barlow was educated at Westminster School, at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and at Chichester Theological 
CoU.— The Shrubbery, Hasketon, Woodbridge, Suffolk; 
Sigsworth, Fatelcy Bridge, Yorkshire. 

BARNARD, Lord (Christophek William Vane, 
M.C.),— Cr. 1698. 

Elder surviving son of Henry de Vere, 9th Lord, by 
Lady Catherine .Sarah, whorf. 1918, 4thdau. of William 
AUeyne, 3rd Marquess of Exeter ; *. 1888; s. 1918. 
Lord Barnard, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity 
CoU., Cambrid<;e (B.A. 1910), is Miijor Westmorland 
and Cumberland Yeo. and Patron of 17 livings. — Baby 
Castle, Darlington; Sudborough House, Thrapston, 
Northamptonshire. 

neir Pres., his brother Bnlph Freaeriok, Oapt. ret., late 4th 
Batt. Daiham L.I. ; educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1913) ; b. 1^91 ; m. 1917 Kathleen Airiui, 
only child of Capt. Gilbert Mair, New Zealand Forces, of 
Auckland, New Zealand. 

BARNARD, His Honour Sir Prank Stillman, 
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1918. 
Eldest son of Francis Jones JJi.rnard, Esq., of A'ictoria, 
British Columbia, who d. 1889, by Ellen, who d. 1889, 
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dau. of the late John Stillman, Esq., of Quebec ; 
b. 1856 ; m. 1883 Martha Amelia, dau. of the late 
Joseph Loewen, Esq., of Victoria, British Columbia. 
Sir Frank Barnard, who was educated at Hellmuth 
Coll., London, Ontario, was elected to the House of 
Commons, Canada, 1888, and has been Lieut.-Governor 
of British Columbia since 1914. — Government House, 
Victoria, British ColumUa ; B. Automobile Club, s.w. ; 
Union Club, Victoria, British Columbia. 

BARNARD, Sir Herbert, Knt., P.S.A.— Cr. 
1898. 

Son of the late John Barnard, of Ham, Surrey, by 
Mary Ann, dau. of the late Herbert N. Jarrett ; b. 
1831 ; m. 1854 Ellen, dau. of the late William Wynd- 
ham, Esq., of Dinton, Wiltshire, M.P. for .South Wilt- 
shire. Sir Herbert Barnard, who was educated at 
Eton, is a J.P. for Surrey, Middlesex, and co. London, 
has been a Public Works Loan Commissioner since 
1866, and was Chairman of the Public Works Loan 
Board ISSi-ldOS.- Union Club, s.w.; 23, Portland 
Place, w. 

BARNARD, Miss, of Cave Castle, Yorkshire. 

Ursula Mary Florence, only child of Charles Edward 
Gee Barnard, Esq., J.P., of Cave Castle, who d. 1894, 
by Sophia Letitia, who d. 1910, 5th dau. of the late 
Hon. Andrew Godfrey Stuart, of Lisdhu, co. Tyrone. — 
Cave Castle, South Cave, Yorkshire. 



BARNARD, Mrs.,of Cople House, Bedfordshire. 

Isabella Henrietta 'Theodora, youngest dau. of Henry 
Lawes Long, Esq., of Hampton Lodge, Surrey, who d. 
1808, by Lady Catharine, who (f. 1867, youngest dau. of 
Horatio, 2nd Earl of Orford ; m. 1 859 Thomas Barnard, 
Esq., of Cople House, a Banker, and a J.P. and D.L. 
for Bedfordshire, who was Mayor of Bedford 1854-5, 
and M.P. for Bedford 1857-9, and who d. 1909, 
leaving, with other issue, an only son, Thomas Henry, 
a J.P. for Bedfordshire (High Sheriff 1914) and 
Patron of 1 living; *. 1866; m. 1897 Bertha Mary, 
eldest dau. of the late Henry Ralph Lambton, Esq., of 
Redfield, Buckinghamshire, and d. 1916, leaving, with 
other issue, a son, * Thomas Theodore, M.C, Lieut. 
Coldstream Guards,.,Special Reserve ; h. 1898. — Cople 
House, Bedford. 

BARNARD- SMITH, the Rev. Barnard Gooch, 
of The Uplands, Suffolk. 
Only son of the Rev. James Smith, B.A., Rector of 
Suffield, Norfolk, who d. 1877, by Sarah Caroline, 
dau. of the late T. Raven.seroft, Esq.; b. 1857; m. 
1890 Fanny Johnston, who d. 1916, dau. of the late 
Rev. F. W. Russell, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.A.S., of Hamp- 
stead, and has, with other issue, a son, * Reginald 
Barnard, Lieut. Lancashire (Fortress) Engineers, R.E., 
Territorial Force; b. 1891. Mr. Barnard-Smith, who 
was educated at Ipswich and at St. Peter's Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884), and assumed his present 
surname by deed poll, was Rector of Thurlton, Norfolk, 
1892-6, and of Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe, and Surrogate 
for Norwich Diocese 1895-6 ; appointed Rector of 
North Cove, Suffolk, 1911.— T^c Uplands, Carlton 
Colnlle, Lowestoft. 

BARNARDISTON, Major-Gen. Nathaniel 
Walter, C.B., M.V.O., of The Ryes, Suffolk. 
Eldest son of Col. Nathaniel Barnardiston, J.P. and 
D.L., late Harwich Vol. Infantry Brigade, of The Ryes, 
who d. 1916, by Lady Florence, who d. 1917, 5th dau. 
of William, 4th Earl of Dartmouth ; b. 1858; m. 1892 
Sarah Hall, 3rd dau. of the late Hon. David Richard 
Floyd-Jones, of Fort Neck House, Long Island, U.S.A., 



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' State and Lieut.-Governor of Ne 
, Joan. Major-Gen. Barnardii 



formerly Secretarj 
York, and has a di 

who was educated at Merton Coll., Oxford, was M 
Attach^ at Copenhagen, Stockholm, Brussels and The ; 
Hague 1902-6, 2nd in command of the R. Mil. Coll., 
Sandhurst, 1906-1 0.aGen. StaffOfficer, 1st Grade, at the I 
War Office 1910-U, in command of the troops in N. 
China (commanded the British force which co-operated 
with the Japanese at the taking of TsingUo Nov. 1914), 
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1914-15, and 
of a Div. 1915-16; Head of the British Mission in 
Portugal 1916 and Mil. Attache there 1917-19; is a 
Magistrate for Suffolk, a Major-Gen. late Middlesex 
Regt., Patron of 2 livings, a Grand Officer of the 
Portuguese Order of Christ and a Comm. of the Danish 
Order of the Dannebrogand of the Order of Leopold of 
Belgium; has the Orders of the Osmanieh. 2nd Class, 
St. Olaf of Norway, 2nd Class, the Sword of Sweden, 
2nd Class, the Rising Sun of Japan, 2nd Class, and the 
Portuguese Mil. Order of St. Benedict of Aviz, 1 st Class. 
— The Uyes, Sudbury, Suffolk; Naval and Military 
Club, w. 

BARNE, Michael Eunest St. John, Esq., of 
Sotterley Hall, and Dnnwicli, Suffolk. 
Eldest son of Major Miles Barne, D.S.O., J.P., of 
Sotterley HaU, and Dunwieh, Capt. ret., late Scots 
Guards, Major Loyal Suffolk Hussars Yen., and Acting 
Major Scots Guards, who d. (of wounds received on 
active service) 1917, by Violet Ella, elder dau. of Sir 
Archibald Ernest I )rr-Ewing, 3rd Bart.,of Lennoxbank, 
Dumbartonshire; b. 1905. Mi\ Barne, who was edu- 
cated at The New Beacon, Sevenoaks, Kent, and at 
Eton, is Patron of 3 livings.— So«e?% Hall, Wangford, 
Sufolk; Gray Friars, DunvAch, Saxmundham. 

BARNEBY, Mrs., of Brockington Grange, 
Herefordshire. 
Alice Mary, 3rd dau. of Sir Michael Hicks Hicks- 
Beach, 8th Bart., M.P., who d. 1854 (by Harriet 
Vittoria, who d. 1900, 2nd dau. of the late John 
Stratton, Esq., of Farthinghoe Lodge, Northampton- 
shire) and sister of Michael Edward, 1st Earl St. 
Aldwyn ; m. 1865 William Henry Barneby, Esq., late 
Lieut. 58th Foot, of Brockington Grange and Long- 
worth Hall, Herefordshire, a J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. 
for Herefordshire (High Sheriff 1884), who d. 1914, 
leaving, with other issue, a son, * Richard Hicks 
(luhom see). Mrs. Barneby is Patron of 1 living.— 
Brockington Grange, Bromyard, Herefordshire. 



dau. of the Rev. Henry Frederick Howard, Rector oi 
Brightwalton, Berkshire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Henry Habington, b. 1909. Mr. Barneby, who was 
educated at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is 
a J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire, and a J. P. for Pem- 
brokeshire. — Lojigworth Hall, Hereford; Junior Carlton 
Club, s.w. 



BARNEBY, William Theodore, Esq., of Salt- 
marshe Castle, and Clater Park, Hereford- 
shire. 
Elder son of William Barneby, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,of 
Saltraarshe Castle, and Clater Park, who (/. 1895, by 
Katharine Anne, youngest dau. of the late William 
Lutley Sclater, Esq., of Hoddiugtou, Hants ; b. 1873 ; 
w. 1912 Viiviia Henrietta, youngest dau. of Algernon 
Turnor, Esq., C.B., and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Christopher William, b. 1915. Mr. Barneby, who 
was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898), and called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1898, is a J.P. and D.L. for Hereford- 
shire (High Sheriff 1904), Lieut, and Hon. Capt. T.F., 
Reserve, late Lieut, ^ropshire Yec, and Patron of 2 
livings. — Saltmarshe Castle, Bromyard, Herefordshire. 

+ BARNES, the Right Hon. George 

NiCOLL. 
Son of the late James Barnes, of Hilltown, Dundee ; 

h. 1859; m. 18 , dau. of . Mr. 

Barnes was Assistant Secretary to the Amalgamated 
Society of Engineers 1892-5, Gen. Secretary 1896- 
1908, Pensions Minister Dec. 1916-17, and a Delegate 
of Great Britain at the Peace Conference 1919; ap- 
pointed Minister without portfolio and a Member of 
the War Cabinet 1917; is a Member of the Govern- 
ment Committee for Soldiers' and Sailors' pensions and 
allowances ; sat as M.P. for the Blackfriars and Eutche- 
sontown Div. of Glasgow 1906-18, and has sat for 
the Gorbals Div. since 1918. — 2, Aldenbrook Road, 
Balham, s.w. 



BARNEBY, Philip Bartholomew, Esq., of 
Trewyn, Monmouthshire. 
Younger son of William Barneby, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of Saltmarshe Castle, and Clater Park, Herefordshire, 
who d. 1895, by Kathai'ine Anne, youngest dau. of the 
late William Lutley Sclater, Esq., of Hoddington, Hamp- 
shire ; b. 1875; m. 1905 Louisa Geraldine, elder dau. 
of His Honour Judge Robert Wood Ingham, J.P. and 
D.L., of Sugwas Court, Herefordshire, and has, with 
other issue, a son, *Edmund Geoffrey Lutley, b. 1906. 
Mr. Barneby, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1899), is a Magistrate for 
Monmouthshire, and Patron of 2 livings. — Trewyn, 
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire. 

BARNEBY, Richard Hicks, Esq., of Long, 
worth Hall, Herefordshire. 
Eldest surviving son of William Henry Barneby, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Longworth Hall, and Brockington 
Grange, Herefordshire, who d. 1914, by Alice Mary, 
3rd dau. of Sir Michael Hicks Hicks-Beach, 8th Bart., 
M.P., and sister of Michael Edward, 1st Earl St. 
Aldwyn; b. 1875; m. 1908 Margaret Elizabeth, eldest 



BARNES, Sir George Staptlton, K.G.B.— 
Cr. 1915. 

Elder son of George Carnac Barnes, Esq., C.B., Com- 
missioner of the Cis-Sutlej States, E. Indies, who d. 
1861, by Margaret Diana, only dau. of the late Major 
Henry Richard Chet\\7nd-Stapylton, 10th R. Hussars; 
b. 1858; m: 1887 Sybil de Gournay, youngest dau. of 
the late Charles Buxton, Esq., M.P., of Foxwarren, 
Surrey. Sir George Barnes, who was educated at 
Eton and at Univ. Coll., Oxford, and called to the Bar 
at the Inner Temple 1883, was Comptroller of the 
Companies Department, Board of Trade, 1904-11 ; 
Comptroller-Gen., Labour and Statistical Departments, 
1911-13, and 2nd Secretary of the Board 1913-15; 
appointed Member for Commerce and Industry of the 
Council of the Governor-Gen. of India \^\o.—Fo.xholm, 
Cobham, Surrey; Brooks's, and Reform Clubs, s.yr. ; 
Alpine Club, w. 

BARNES, Sir Hugh Shakespeae, K.C.S.I., 
K.C.V.O., F.R.G.S.— Cr. K.C.S.I. 1903, 
K.C.V.O. 1903. 

Son of James Ralph Barnes, Esq., Indian Civil Service, 
who d. 1855, by Mary Jane, dau. of the late George 
Powney Thompson, Indian Civil Service ; b. 1853 ; m. 
1st 1888 Winifred, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late 
Sir John Strachey, G.C.S.I., CLE.; 2ndly 1894 Edith 
Helen, M.B.E., dau. of the late Rev. Reginald Barnes, 
Vicar of Heavitree and Canon of Exeter. Sir Hugh 
Barnes was educated at Malvern Coll.; entered the 
Indian Civil Service 1874 ; appointed Private Secretary 
to Sir .lohn Strachey, G.C.S.I., 1876; Attach^ Foreign 
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Department 1879 ; Political Officer, Kandahar, 1 
Deputy Commissioner, Quetta, 1883 ; Coi 
1891; Resident, Kashmir, 1894, and Chief Commis- 
sioner and Agent to the Governor-Gen. in Balucliistan 
1896 ; was Secretary to the Government of India in the 
Foreign Department 1900-3 ; President of the Central 
Committee of the Delhi Durbar 1903 ; Liout.-Governor 
of Burma 1903-5, and a Member of the Council of 
India 1905-13; is Hon. Commandant 7th Batt. Surrey 
Vol Regt.— Woodlands Corner, West Byfleet, Surrey ; 
B, Automobile Club, b.w. • 

Knt., 



BARNES, Sir Frederic Goeell, 
F.R.G.S.— Cr. 1916. 
Only surviving son of Charles Barnes, Esq., J.P., of 
Mossley Hill, Lancashire, who d. 1880, by Marian, 
who d. 1905, elder dan. of the late Rev. William Peach, 
Vicar of Brampton, Derbyshire; b. 1856; m. 1894 BARNETT, 
Caroline Anno Roper, only dau. of the late Sir Roper ggg Sarel 

"Lethbridge, K.C.I. E., J. P. and D.L., of Exhourne 
Manor, Devonshire. Sir Frederic Gorell Barnes, who 
was educated at the R. Institution, Liverpool, and at 
.Tesus Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1887), and 
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1885, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Kent; Commissary of the Kent Vol. Fen- 
cibles for the Hawkhurst Dist., ; Assistant Divisional 
Food Commissioner, S. Midland Div. ; Assistant Com- 
missioner of the Education and Propaganda Branch, 1 
Ministry of Food ; Chairman of the Court of Referees [ 
for the Reading Dist. under the National Insurance i 
Act (Unemployment Insurance), and Vice-President 
of the Council of the Tariff Reform League ; was M.P. i 
for the Faversham Div. of Kent 1895-1900 and Chair- 1 
manof the Greyholme Convalescent Home for wounded I _, T>TVTT^vi7- A T T r, rr, ■ , 
and refugees 1914-17.— %oi Wood, Shiplake, Oxford- isARJN E W ALL. See Tnndestown. 
shire ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; Services' \ 
Club, w. 



BARNETT, Lieut.-Col. George Henrt.C.M.G., 
D.S.O., of Glympton Park, Oxfordshire. 

Only son of Frank Henry Barnett, Esq., J. P., of 
Glympton Park, who d. 1907. by Frances Mary, 
eldest dau. of the late Henry Tudor Davies, Esq., 
Barrister-at-Law ; b. 1880; m. 1904 Mary Dorothea, 
2nd dau. of tlie late Rev. Robert Lowbridge Baker, of 
Ramsden House, Oxfordshire, and has, with other issue, 
a son, * Frank Henry Wheate, h. 1906. Lieut.-Col. 
Barnett, who was educated at Radley and at the R. 
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Magistrate for Oxfordshire, 
Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. King's R. Rifle Corps, 
temp, Lieut.-Col. on the Staff, Lord of the Manor of 
Glympton, and Patron of 1 living; has the Italian 
Croce di GweTva.— Gli/mpfoii Park, Woodstock, Oxford- 
shire; Boodle's Club, s.w. 



)f Stratton Park, Bedfordshire. 



BARNEWALL, Sir John Robert, Bari;., of 
Crickstown Castle, co.Meath.—Cr. 1G22-3. 
Eldest son of John Barnewall, Esq. (great-grandson of 
the 7th Bart, and grandson of the next brother of the 8tli 
Bart.), who d. 1890, by his 1st wife Ellen, who d. 1877, 
dau. of the late John Sanders, Esq., of Dublin ; b. 1850 ; 
s. his kinsman Sir Reginald Aylmer John de Barneval 
Barnewall, 10th Bart., 1909; m. 1884 Grace, dau. of 
Arthur Richard Blennerhassett, Esq. — Thornton Upper, 
Victoria, Australia. 

Heir, Ms sou Reginald John, 6. 1888. 



BARNES, Alfred Harold, Esq., of Farnworth, 
Lancashire. 
Only son of Alfred Barnes, Esq., of Farnworth, who d. 
1893, by his 1st wife Ellen, dau. ofthelateE.R.LeMare, 
Esq., of Manchester; b. 1856. — Farnworth, Bolton. 

BARNES, Mrs., of The Quinta, Shropshire 1 
Ellen, younger dau. of the late John Cheethara, Esq., of j 
Eastwood, Cheshire; m. 1864 James Richardson 
Barnes, Esq., of The Quinta, and of Limefield, Lanca- 
shire, a J.P. for cos. Denbigh and Salop, and Lieut.- 
Col. ret. late Deubighshh-e Hussars, who d. 1899.— I 
Residence : Brookside, Weston Rhyn, Oswestry. 

House, CO. 



BARNES, of 

Tipperary. See Co?istable. 

BARNES. See Gorell, Lord. 



BARNES-GORELL, Arthur Goeell, Esq., 
of Ashgate Lodge, Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of Alfred Barnes, Esq., of Ashgate Lodge, 
who d. 1901, by Charlotte, who d. 1905, eldest dau. 
of the late Thomas Wilson, Esq.; b. 1855; m. 1891 
Evcrilda Maria, 5th dau. of the late Henry Frederick 
Beaumont, Esq., of "WTiitley Beanmcmt, Yorkshire,] 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Ttieodore Arthur i 
Richard, Lieut, temp. h.p. 4th Batt. Nottinghamshire 
and Derbyshire Regt.; b. 1892. Mr. Barnes-Gorell, I 
who was educated at Wellington Coll. and at Trinity | 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880), and assumed; ^ . ^J-.Jcn^r\-^.^ 
the additional surname of Gorell by deed poll 1918,1 BARJNSIUJN 
was formerly Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Derby- Cheshire 

shire Regt., and is a Magistrate for Derbyshire. — [ Only surviving son 



BARNS-GRAHAM, Allan, Esq., of Craig- 
allian, Stirliugshire ; of Cambuslaiig, and 
Lymekilns, Lanarkshire; of Fereneze, Ren- 
frewshire; and of Kirkhill, Ayrshire. 
Elder surviving son of Allan Graham Barns-Graham, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Cra'gallian, of C'ambuslang, and 
Lymekilns, of Fereneze, and of Kirkhill, who d. 1913, 
by Wilhelmina. who d. 1910, dau. of the late William 
Cai>t;iirs, l>i|., M.D., ILMI.CS., of Cupar, Fife ; b. 
1S71 ; «'. IIM 1 Williulmin.i Menzies, youngest dau. of 
Chiali.s l!a^ uv .Mdurum, Esq,, of Dura, and Balmungo, 
Fifu, and has, with other issue, a son, * Patrick Allan, 
b. 1915. — Residence: Southern Lodge, St. Andrews, 
Fife; Western Club, Glasgow. 

BARNSLEY, Brigadier- Gen. Sir John, Knt, 
— Cr. 1914. 
Eldest son of Thomas Barnsley.Esq., J.P., of Edgbas- 
ton, Warwickshire, who iZ. 1909, by Sophia, dau. of 
the late William Soutter, Esq., of Handsworth; 
b. 1858; m. 1882 Ellen Rutherford, dau. of the late 
Robert Davis, Esq., J,P,, of Wandsworth, Surrey. Sir 
John Barnsley, who was educated at King Edward's 
School, Birmingham, is a J.P. and D.L. for Warwick- 
shire, a J.P. for Birmingham, an Hon. Brigadier- 
Gen, ret., an Hon. Col. in the Army, Lieut.-Col. ret., 
late T. V. Rtserve, previously Comm. 5th Batt. R. War- 
wickshire Regt., V.D., and a Governor of King Edward's 
School, BirmiDghaiu; commanded 183rd Brigade, 61st 
Div., with the temp, rank of Col., \9i6-16.—Earlsj;eld, 



Westfield Eoad, Edgbasto 
Liberal Clubs, Birmingham 



lingham; Clef, and 



Residence: Glapwell Hall, Chesterfield; Brovki's Club, 



Haer-s, Esq., of Crewe Hill, 

L,f William Barnston, Esq., J.P., 
of Crewe Hill,' late Major 55th Regt., who d. 1872, by 
Mary Emma, who d. 1918, dau. of the late Col. King, 



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K.H.; b. 1870. Mr. B.irnstnn, who was educated at ! 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1894, M.A. 1808), and called to i 
the Bar at ths Inner Temple 1898, is a J.P. and D.L. I 
for Cheshire, Lord of the Manor of Farndon, and 
Capt. and Hon. Major T.F. Eeserve, late Capt. Earl of 
Chester's Yeo., Coram. Labour Co. Lincolnshire llogt., j 
and has been M.P. for the Eddisbury Div. of Cheshire 
since Jan. 1910; appointed Parliamentary Private 
Secretary to the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board 
of Agriculture and Fisheries 1919. — Crewe Hill, 
Farndon, Cheshire. 

Co-heiresses Pres., his sisters. 



BARON, Lady. 

Jane, oldest dau. of Whinfield Robinson, Esq., of Ivy- 
bridge, Devonshire; m. 1883 Sir Barclay Josiah Baron, 
M.B., CM., a J.P. for and -an Aid. of the City of 
Bristol (Lord Mayor 1916 and 1917) and ex-President 
of the Bristol Branch of the British Medical Association 
and of the Bristol Med.-Chi. Society, who was formerly 
Lecturer on Pathology and Morbid Anatomy, Bristol 
Medical School, Assistant to the Professor of Pathology, 
Edinburgh Univ., and Consulting Physician for Diseases 
of Throat and Nose. Bristol Gen, Hospital, 1902-19, 
and who was cr. Knt. 1918 and d. 1919.— 16, iVhite- 
ladica Ihad, Clifton, Bristol. 



BARR, Constance, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Major-Gen. John Guillum Scott, 
Bombay Army; m. 1871 Sir David William Keith 
Barr, Lieut. -Col. u.s.l. Indian Army, who was Resident 
at Gwalior 1888-92 and in Kashmir 1892-4, Agent to 
the Governor-Gen. in Central India 1894-1900, Resi- 
dent .at Hyderabad 1900-5, and a Member of the 
Council of India 1905-15, and who was cr. K. C.S.I. 
1902 and d. 1916.— 92, Onslow Gardens, s.w. 



BARR, Sir James, Kut., M.D.— Cr. 1905. 

Eldest son of the late Samuel Barr, Esq., J.P., of Clare- 
mont, CO. Tyrone; b. 1849; m. 1882 Isabella Maria, 
dau, of J. WooUey, Esq., of Liverpool. Sir James 
Barr was educated at Glasgow Univ. (M.B. 1873, M.D. 
18S2); L,R.C.S., Edinburgh, 1873; M.R.C.P., London, 
1897, and F.R.C.P. 1902; F.R.S.E. 1906; Hon. 
LL.D. Toronto 1906 and Liverpool 1912; has been 
President and Treasurer of the Medical Institution 
of Liverpool, and is Consulting Physician of the Liver- 
pool R. Infirmary, and Lieut,-Col. 1st Western Gen. 
Hospital, R. Army Medical Corps, Territorial Force ; 
was President of the British Medical Association 1912 
and Vice-President 1913. — 72, Eodney Street, and 
Otterspool Bank, Liverpool; Atenmim, and Conserva- 
tive Clubs, Liverpool. 



BARRAN, Sir John Nicholson, Bart., of 
Chapel AUertou Hall, Yorkshire.— Cr. 
1895. 
Elder son of John Barran, Esq. (eldest son of the 1st 
Bart,), who d. 1886, by Eliza Henrietta, dau. of the late 
Edward Nicholson, Esq., of Matthews Green, Woking- 
ham, Berkshire; b. 1872; s. his grandfather Sir John, 1st I 
Bart., 1905; m. 1902 Alice Margarita, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Leighton Parks, D.D., Rector of St. Bartho- 
lomew's, New York, U.S.A. Sir John Barran, who was 
educated at Winchester Coll. and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1894), is a Magistrate for the W. 
Riding of Yorkshire, sat as M.P. for the Hawick 
Dist. 1909-18 and was Parliamentary Private 
Secretary (unpaid) to the Secretary of State for the 
Home Department 1916 and Parliamentary Private 



Secretary to the Right Hon. H. H. Asquith 1917- 
18. — Cliapel Allerton Hall, near Leeds; Residence: 
Sawley Hall, liipoii, Yorkshire; Brooks's, and He/or m 
Clubs, s.w. 
ffeir, bis son John Leighton, b. 1904. 



BARRAN, Sir Rowland Hiest, Kut.— Cr 
1917. 

Youngest son of Sir John Barran, 1st Bart., of Chapel 
Allerton Hall, Yorkshire, who d. 1905, by his 1st 
wife Ann, who d. 1874, dau. of the late M. Hirst, Esq 
of Leeds; b. 1858; m. 1st 1887 Rose Cardew (whom 
he div. 1899), dau. of the Rev. Gilbert Bradley, M.A.; 
2ndly 1909 Louise Buchanan, dau. of J. Stevenson 
Brown, Esq., of Montreal, Canada. Sir Rowland 
Barran is a Director of John Barran & Sons Ltd., 
Merchants, of Leeds and a Member of the Court 
of Leeds Univ.; sat as M.P. for the N. Div. of 
Leeds 1902-18.— ieatt/cy Hall, Otley, Yorkshire; 
Reform, and Ranelagh Clubs, s.wr. ; Bath Club,-w. ; 2i, 
Queen's Gate, s.w. 



BARRATT. 



See Lai/taud-Barralt. 



BARRETT, Gen. Sir Authur Arnold, 
G.C.B., K.C.S.L, K.C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B. 
1908, K.C.Y.O. 1912, K.C.S.l. 1915, 
G.C.B. 1918. 

Son of the late Rev. Alfred Barrett, D.D.; b. 1857 ; 
m. 1st 1894 Mary, who d. 1897, dau. of James Haye, 
Esq,, of Fowey, Cornwall; 2ndly 1907 Ella, who 
d. 1917, 3rd dau. of the late Henry Lafone, Esq. Sir 
Arthur Barrett is a Gen. Indian Army, and was 
Deputy Adjutant-Gen. Northern Command in India 
1905-7, in command of the Nowshera Brigade, 1st 
Div., Northern Army, 1907-9, Adjutant-Gen. in India 
1909-12, and in command of 6th (Poona) Div. Northern 
Army in India 1912-15; appointed a temp. Army 
Commander 1916 and A.D.C. Gen. to H.M. King 
George V. 1917. — United Service Club, s.w. 

BARRETT, Lieut.-Col. Sir James William, 
K.B.E., C.M.G., M.D.— Cr. 1918. 

Sou of the late James Barrett, Esq., M.D., of Howe 
Crescent, S. Melbourne; b. 1862; m. 1888 Marian, 
dau. of Charles Rennick, Esq., of Melbourne. Sir 
James Barrett, who was educated at Melbourne Univ. 
and at King's Coll., London (M.D. 1887, M.S. 1888, 
F.R.CS. 1887), was formerly Lieut.-Col. Australian 
A.M.C. ; is Lecturer on the Physiology of the 
Special Senses in Melbourne Univ. ; a Member of 
the Council thereof; Consulting Surgeon to Victoria 
Eye and Ear Hospital ; Ophthalmologist to Melbourne 
Hospital; Chairman of the Board of Management 
Lady Northcote Permanent Orchestral Trust Fund, 
and Lieut.-Col. ret., late temp. Lieut-Col. R.A.M.C. ; 
has the Order of the Nile, 3rd Class.— 105, Collins 
Street, Melbourne, Victoria; Palmyra. Lansell Road, 
Toorak, Melbourne ; Melbourne Club, Melbourne. 



BARRETT, Sir William Fletcher, Knt., 

F.R.S., F.R.S.E., M.R.I.A, M.LE.E.— 

Cr. 1912. 

Second sou of the Rev. William Garland Barrett, of 

Royston, Hertfordshire, who d. 1865, by Martha, who 

d. 1894, dau. of the late Isaac Fletcher, Esq., of 

Southampton; 6.1844; m. 1916 Mrs. Florence Elizabeth 

Willey, C.B.E., M.D., M.S., B,Sc., of 31, Devonshire 

Place, London, dau. of the late Benjamin Perry, Esq., of 

Avonleigh, Stoke Bishop. Sir William Barrett, who 

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was educated at Old Trafford Grammar School, 
Manchester, and privately, is a J.P. for eo. Dublin, a 
Member of the E. Dublin Society, and of tho E. 
Irish Academy, a Fellow of the Pliysieal Society, 
ex-President and a Member of the Council of the 
Society for Psychical Eesearch, of which he was one 
of the Founders, and the Author of various original 
researches published in the Philosophical Magazine, 
Transactions of the i;. Dublin Society, Proceedings 
of the Society for Psychical Eesearch, &c., and of 
various books on physical science and psychical research ; 
was Assistant to Professor Tyndall 1863-6; Science 
Master, International Coll., 1867-73 ; Lecturer on 
Physics, R. School of Naval Architeetm^e, 1869, and 
Professor of Physics. E. Coll. of Science, Dublin, 
1873-1910. — Carrigoona, near Brciy, co. Wicklow ; 
31, Bevonshire Place, w. 



BARRETT, Sir William Scott, Knt.— Cr. 
1913. 

Younger son of John Chalk Barrett, Esq., of Leeds, 
who d. 1875, by Mary, who d. 1876, 2nd dau. of the 
late William Scott, Esq., of Northallerton; b. 1843; 
VI. 1869 Julia Louisa, youngest dau. of the late Eev. 
Augustus Asgill Colvile, Eector of Livermere, Suffolk. 
Sir William Barrett, who was educated at Leeds 
Grammar School and at Liverpool Coll., is a J.P.,D.L. 
and C. Aid. for and Chairman of the C.C. and of 
Quarter Sessions for Lancashire ; Chairman of the 
Standing Joint Committee of Lancashire, of the 
Governors of Mei-chant Taylors School, Great Crosby, 
and of the Wigan EoUing Mills ; Hon. Treasurer of the 
Mining Association of Great Britain ; a Trustee of 
St. Nicholas Church, Bluudellsands ; a Director of the 
Leeds and Liverpool Canal, and a Partner in thi 
Norley Coal Co., Wigan ; appointed Constable of 
Lancaster Castle 1916. — Abhotsgate, Blundellsands, 
Lancashire ; Jimior Bcform Club, Livcrjwol. 

BARRETT, Lieut.-Col. Haery Peyton 
MOULTON-, of Arcott, Devonshire. 
Eldest son of Henry Moulton-Barrett, Esq., of Arcott, 
who d. 1896, by Amelia, who d. 1887, diiu. of the late 
Capt. Holland ; b. 1862 ; m. 1894 Mabel Alice Gertrude, 
eldest dau. of C. H. Ogbourne, Esq., and has, with 
other issue, a son, *£dward Selwyn, temp. Lieut. Gen. 
List, and temp. Capt. E.A.F. ; b. 1895. Lieut.-Col. 
Moulton-Barrett is Lieut.-Col. Ecserve of Officers, 
Lieut.-Col. ret., late Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, and was formerly 2nd in command 17th Batt. 
Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa ; appointed a Staff Capt. 1915. 

BARRETT, Louis Aethur, Esq., of Miltou 
House, Berks. 

Elder surviving son of John Basil Barrett, Esq., J.P., 
of Milton House, who d. 1886, by Ellen, who d. 1897, 
dau. of the late John Box, Esq. ; b. 1869. 

Heir Pies., his brother Herbert Augustine, b. 1871 ; m. 1907 
Florence Constance, elder dau. of the late Richard Stephen 
Watton Teevau, Esq., and has a dau., Maj-jorie Mary. 



BARRETT, Mrs., of Court Lodge, Shorne, 
Kent. 

Catharine Louisa, 3rd dau. of Frederick Cowper, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Unthauk, and Carleton Hall, Cum- 
berland, who d. 1899, by his 1st wife Mary, who d. 
1891, only dau. of the late Thomas Eooke, Esq., of 
West Hill, Wandsworth, and formerly of Fawley, 
Buckinghamshire; m. 1900 tho Eev. Tufnell Cowper 
Allistou Barrett, M.A., of Court Lodge, Vicar of 
Saudgate, Kent, who d. 1914, leaving, with other 
issue, a son, * Tufnell Sealy Douglas, b. 1901. — 
Kesidence : 79, Cheriton Boad, Folkestone. 
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BARRETT, Col. William, of Moredon, Somer- 
set. 
Eldest son of Major William Barrett, J.P. and D.L., 
of Moredon, who d. 1914, by Charlotte Maria Her- 
ring, eldest dan. of the late William Wheaton Chard, 
Esq., of Mount Tamar, Plymouth ; b. 1863; m. 1908 
Gwerfyl, 2nd dau. of the Eev. lorwerth Grey Lloyd, 
Prebendary in St. David's Cathedral. Col. Barrett, 
who was educated at Eton, and was formerly Lieut. 5th 
Dragoon Guards, is a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset, and' 
Hon. Col., previously Lieut-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm., 
W. Somerset Yeo., T.D. — Moredon, North Curry, mar 
Taunton ; Hill Hmue, Minehead, Somerset ; Cavalry 
Club, w. 



BARRETT-HAMILTON, Fkank Gerald Hill, 
Esq., of Kilmauock House, co. Wexford. 
Eldest son of Major Gerald Edwin Hamilton Barrett- 
Hamilton, J.P., 5th Batt. E. Irish Eifles, of Kilmauock 
House, who d. 1914, by Maude Charlotte, 2nd dau. of 
the late S. Clibborn Eland, Esq., of Eavenshill, 
Pietersburg, Transvaal; b. 1904. — Kilmanock House, 
Campile, co. Wexford. 

BARRETT-LENNARD. See Lennard. 



BARRIB, Sir James Matthew, Bart., LL.U. 
— Cr. 1913. 

Son of the late David Barrie, Esq., of Kirriemuir, For- 
farshire ; b. 1860 ; m. 1894 Mary (whomhe div. 1909), 
dau. of the late George Ansell, Esq. Sir James Barrie, 
who was educated at Dumfries Academy and at Edin- 
burgh Univ. (M.A. andLL.D.), is a Novelist andPlay- 
wright, and the Author of " A Window in Thrums," 
" The Little Minister," " Tommy and Grizel," " Peter 
Pan," "The Admirable Crichton," "The Twelve 
Pound Look," &e. — Kirriemuir, Forfarshire ; 
Athenceum Club, s.w. 

BARRIE, Sir Charles, Knt.— Or. 1919. 

Second son of the late Charles Barrie, Esq., of Cold- 
side ; b. 1840; 7,1. 1872 Jane dau. of the late Alex- 
ander Cathro, Esq., of Arbroath. Sir Charles Barrie, 
who was educated at Tay Square Academy and at 
Trinity Nautical Coll., was Lord Provost of Dundee 
1902-5 and is a J.P. tor Forfarshire and a J.P. and 
D.L. for the co. of the City of Dundee.— .4i>«e Park, 
Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire ; National Liberal Club, 
s.w. ; Eastern Club, Dundee. 

BARRINGTON, Viscount (Walter Bolkeley 
Bareington).— Cr. 1720. 

Eldest son of Percy, 8th Viscount, by Louisa, who d. 
1884, dau. of the late Tully Higgins, Esq.; b. 1848; 
s. 1901 ; III. 1st 1870 Mary Isabella, who d. 1903, 2nd 
dau. of the late Rev. Eichard Bogue, Rector of Denbury, 
S. Devon ; 2ndly 1905 Charlotte Mary Leycester, elder 
dau. of the late Major George Montagu Stopford, 
E.E., and widow of John Arden Birch, Esq. Viscount 
Barringtou, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P., D.L. 
and C.C. for Berkshire, and a J.P. for Bucks and for 
Northamptonshire ; late Lieut. Coldstream Guards ; 
sits in the House of Lords as Lord Shute, U.K., cr. 
1830. — Beckett Home, Shrivenham ; Carlton, and 
Travellers' Clubs, s.w.; 101, Eaton Square, s.w. 

//(•;/■, his sou William Reginald Shute, a Magistrate for Berk- 
shire, and Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire 
and Buckinghamshire L.l. ; educated at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge; 6.1873. 

BARRINGTON, the Hon. Lady. 

Christina, youngest dau. of the late William Graham, 
Esq., of Burntshiels, Eenf;ewshire; m. 1879 the 



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Hon. Sir. (Bernard) Erip Ed^vard Harrington, K.C.B., 
ivho was formerly a Principal Clerk in the Foreign 
Office, Private Secretary to the Marquesses of Salis- 
liury and Lansdowne and the Earl of Iddesleigh 
(successive Secretaries of State for Foreign Affairs) 
1885-92 and 1895-1905, and an Assistant Under- 
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1906-7, and 
who was cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1918.— The Old 
Lodge, Wimbledon Common, s.w. 

BARRINGTON, the Hon. Sir William | 
AcGDSTUs CoEzoN, K.C.M.G.— Or. 1901. 

Third son of William Keppel, 6th Viscount Barrington, ,1 
who d. 1867, hy the Hon. Jane Elizabeth, who d. 1883, j 
dau. of the 1st Lord Ravens worth; b. 1842. Educated 1 
at Cheam, at Woolwich, at Mannheim, and at Bonn ; ' 
entered the Diplomatic Service 1860; appointed Sec. 
of Legation at Buenos Ayres 1883; Consul-Gen. for 
Hungary 1885; Sec. of Embassy at Madrid 1888 ; at 
Vienna 1892 ; Envoy Extraordinary and Min. Plen. to 
the Argentine Kepubiic and Min. Plen. to the Republic ' 
of Paraguay 1896, and to Stockholm 1902; retired! 
190i.— Travellers', and Pratt's Clubs, s.w.; Bachelors, 
Turf, and St. James's Clubs, w. ; 17b, Great Cumber- 
land Place, w. 

BARRINGTON, Sir Charles Burton, Bart., 
M.B.E., of Glenstal, co. Limerick.— Cr. 
1831. 

Eldest son of Sir Croker Barrington, 4th Bart., by 
Anna Felicia, who d. 1873, eldest dau. of the late John 
Boatty West, Esq., M.P. for Dublin; h. 1848; s. 1890; 
m. 1895 Mary Rose, youngest dau. of Sir Henry Hick- 
man Bacon, 11th Bart. Sir Charles Barrinoton, who 
was educated at Rugby and at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(B.A. 1870, M.A. 1877), and was formerly Hon. Col. 
Limerick City R.F.A., Special Reserve, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Limerick (High Sheriff \&-'d).— Glenstal, 
Miirroe, co. Limerick ; Carlton, and Union Clubs, s.w. 
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. ■ 
Heir, his son Charles Bacon, h. 1902. 

BARRINGTON. See Kennett-BarHngto,i. 

BARRINGTON, of Bowes-Hetton. See Lyon. 

BARRINGTON-WHITE, James, Esq., of 
Orange Hill, co. Armagh. 
Eldest son of Thomas Henry White, Esq., J.P., 
formerly of Orange Hill, who d. 1911, by Mary, who 
d. 1906, dau. of the late Edward Barrington, Esq., 
D.L., of Fassaroe, co. Wicklow; h. 1856; m. 1st 1884 
Mary, who «!. 1914, dau. of the late John Kane Boyd, 
Esq., of Cultra House, co. Down; 2ndly 1915 May, 
eldest dau. of the late James Basden Orr, Esq., 
of (ilasgow, and has a sou, » Ivan, Capt. Reserve 
of Oilicers serving with Grenadier Guards ; late Lieut. 
Grenadier Guards; b. 1886; m. 1914 Muriel, dau. of 
Mrs. Ambrose Kingsland, of Avenue Henri Martin, 
Paris. Mr. Barrington-White, who took his mother's 
surname as a prefix surname in 1893, is a J.P. for co. 
Armagh (High Sheriff 1898), and for Hertfordshire (was 
on the roll for High Sheriff for 1909), and Lord of the 
Manor of Temple Dinsley, Hertfordshire ; late Lieut. 
Herts Yeo. Cav. — Carlton, and Wellington Clubs, s.w.; 
Cavalry Club, w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; 15, Prince's 
Gate. s.w. 

BARRON, Major-Gen. Sir Harry, K.C.M.G., 
C.V.O.— Cr. 1909. 

Youngest eon of Charles Barron, Esq., of Den- 
mark Hill, who d. 1851, by Elizabeth, who d. 1884, 



dau. of the lato Richard Hothani Pigeon, Esq • b 
1847; m. 1877 Clara Emily, a Lady of Grace of' the' 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, dau. of the late Major- 
Gen. Thomas Conyngham Kelly, C.B., of Lough- 
brown, CO. Kildare. Sir Harry Barron, who was 
educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a 
Major-Gen. ret. late R.A., and a Knight of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, was Chief Instructor, 
Scliool of Gunnery, 1897-1900,Col. Comm. R.A.Thames 
Dist. 1900-4, in command of the R.A. at Malta 
1904-8, Governor of Tasmania 1909-13 and of W. 
Australia 1913-17 and an Education Officer at a Mil. 
Hospital 1918-19.— Swiss Cottage, Wei/hridge, Surrey ; 
Naval and Military Club, w. ^ 

BARROW, Sir Francis Laurence John, Bart. 
— Cr. 1835. 

Only son of Sir John Croker Barrow, 3rd Bart., by 
Emily Jane, who d. 1911, eldest dau. of the late James 
Nathaniel Merriman, Esq. ; b. 1862 ; s. 1900 ; m. 1890 
Winifred Sarah, 2ud dau. of the late William Crozier 
Steward, Esq. 



BARROW, Gen. Sir Edmund George, G.C.B., 
G.C.S.I.— Cr. K.C.B. 1900, G.C.B. 1909, 
G.C.S.L 1916. 

Son of the late Major-Gen. Joseph Lyon Barrow, 
C.B., R.A., by Alicia, dau. of the late Col. Egan ; 
b. 1852 ; m. 1882 Marion Letitia, dau. of the lato Rev. 
William Story, of Corick, co. Tyrone. Sir P.;dmund 
Barrow, who was educated at Marlborough, is a 
Gen. ret., late Indian Army, and Col. 7th D. of 
Connaught's Own Rajputs, Indian Army, and was 
Secretary to the Government of India in the Mil. 
Department 1901-3, in command of the 1st Div. 
Northern Army in India 1904-8, Gen. Officer Comm. 
the Southern Army in India 1908-12, an A.D.C. Gen. 
to H.M. King George V. 1911-13. and Mil. Secre- 
tary at the India Office 1914-17 ; appointed a Member 
of the Council of India 1917; has the Order of the 
Medjidie, 5th Gl'ias.— Junior United Service Club, s.w. 

BARROW, Major - Gen. Sir George de 
Symoks, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 
1918, K.C.B. 1919. 

Youngest son of the late Major-Gen. de Symons 
Barrow, Indian Army ; b. 1864 ; m. 1902 Sybilla, dau. 
of the late Col. G. Way, C.B. Sir George Barrow is 
a Major-Gen., late Connaught Rangers and Indian 
Army; Col. 35th Scinde Horse, Indian Army, and a 
Comm. of the Legion of Honour ; has the Order of the 
Nile, 2nd Class ; was a D.A.Q.M.G. in India 1903-6 ; 
D.A.A.G. Staff Coll.. Camberley, 1908-10; a Gen. 
Staff Officer at the StaffCoU., Quetta, 1911-14; in 
command of 35th Scinde Horse 1912-14, and a Gen. 
Staff Officer 1914-16, since when he has commanded 
a Cav. Div. — Weysprings, Haslemere, Surrey ; Cavalry 
Club, -w. 

BARROW, Bridgman Langdale, Esq., of Syd- 
nope Hall, Derbyshire. 
Only surviving son of Richard Bridgman Barrow, 
Esq., J.P., of Sydnope Hall, who d. 1876, by his 1st 
wife Avice Elizabeth, who <f. 1866, only dau. of the 
late William James May, Esq., b. 1844 ; m. 1880 Jane 
Margaret, elder dau. of the late Charles Henry Oakes, 
Esq., of Holly Hurst, Derbyshire, and has, with other 
issue, a son,* Alfred James, b. 1882. Mr. Barrow is 
a Magistrate for Derbyshire. — Sydnope Hall, near 
Matlock. 

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BARROW, Lieut.-Col. Charles Deans, of 
Farmington Lodge, Gloucestershire. i 

Youngest son of John James Barrow, Esq., J.P. and ' 
D.L., of Holmewood, Kent, who d. 1903, by his 2nd ; 
wife Dorothoea Marj, oldest dau. of the late Eev. | 
James Deans, Vicar of Exminster, Devonshire ; b. 
1875 ; m. 1907 Violet Frances, dau. of Alfred Broad- j 
wood, Esq., of London, and has, with other issue, a 
son, * Kaymond Charles, b. 1909. Lieut.-Col. Barrow, 
•who was educated at Eton and at Lincoln Coll., Oxford, 
is Lieut.-Col. late 3rd Batt. R.W. Kent Regt., Lord of 
the Manor of Farmington, and Patron of 1 living. — 1 
Farmington Lodge, Bourton-on-the- Water. Gloucester- 
shire ; Wellington, and Junior United Service Clubs, s.w. 

BARROW, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Samuel^ 
LLOYD-, of Cefn Park, Breconshire. 

Eldest son of Thomas Waller Barrow.Esq., Inspector- 1 
Gen. of Army Hospitals, who d. 1 900, by Charlotte, who ; 
d. 189.1, dau. of the late Joseph AVarren, Esq. ; b. 1842 ; 
m. 1868 Catherine Mary, who d. 1911, dau. of the late 
George Eees Bevan, Esq., of Pengay, Carmarthenshire, 
and has, with other issue, a son, *Awbrey George, 
educated at Jesus Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1886. Lieut.- 
Col. Lloyd-Barrow, who was educated at St. Andrews 
Univ. (M.D. 1862, M.R.C.S. 1863) and assumed the 
prefix surname of Lloyd 1882, is a Surgeon-Lieut. -Col. 
(ret.) with the Hon. rank of Brigade-Surgeon, late Army 
Medical Department, and a Magistrate for Brecon- 
shire. — Cefn Fark, Brecon ; Barrodene, Weymouth. 

BARRY, Sir Edward Arthur, Bart. (Baron 
DE Barry, in Portugal), of Ockwells 
Manor, Berkshire.— Cr. 1899. i 

Second and eldest surviving son of Sir Francis Tress I 
Barry, 1st Bart., M.P., of St. Leonard's Hill, Berk- 1 
shire, and of Keiss Castle, Caithness-shire, by Sarah ' 
Douglas, only child of the late Arthur Herron, Esq., 
of Northiam, Sussex ; b. 1868; «. 1907; m. 1st 1883 
Kathleen Ellen, who d. 1885, eldest dau. of the late 
Percy Bickuell, Esq.; 2ndly 1891 Eleanor Margaret, 
who d. 1916, elder dau. of Col. Courtenay Harvey 
Saltren Scott, of Pennant Hall, Montgomeryshire. Sir 
Edward Barry, who was educated at Harrow and at 
Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate ' 
for Berkshire (High Sheriff 1907), and Major Territorial • 
Force Reserve, late temp. Major (previously Lieut.-Col. ■ 
Comm.) Berks Yeo. — Ockwells Manor, Bray, Berk- 
shire ; Cavalry Club, w. 

H»r, his SOD Claude Francis, 6. 1883 ; m. 1908 Angela Doris 
Manners, elder dau. of Herbert O. Hume-Spry, Esq., and 
has, with other issue, a son, * Rupert Rodney Francii 
Tress, (>. 1910. j 

BARRY, Lady WOLFE-. 

Rosalind Grace, youngest dau. of the late Rev. E. E. 
Eowsell, M.A., Rector of Hambledon, Surrey ; m. 1874 
Sir John Wolfe Wolfe-Barry, K.C.B., LL.D., F.R.S., 
F.Z.S., M.Inst. C.E., Past President of the Institution 
of Civil Engineers, a D.L. for co. London, Lieut.-Col. 
and Hon. Col. ret., late Engineer and Railway Staff 
Corps, R.E., T.F., V.D., and a Member of the Army 
Railway Council, who assumed the prefix surname of 
Wolfe by royal license 1898, and was formerly a Mem- 
ber of the Senate of London Univ. and an Aid. of the 
City of Westminster, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1897 and 
d. 1918. — Delahay House, 15, Chelsea Embankment, a.yi. 

BARRY, Elizabeth Annie, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Rev. Henry Joseph Maltby, Rector 
of Eaglescliffe and Canon of Durham; m. 1881 Sir j 
Henry Deacon Barry, a Vice-Adm., who was Assistant- ! 
Director of Naval Intelligence 1892-5, a Member of 
the Ordnance Committee 1899-1900, Director of Naval ' 
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Adm.-Superintendent of Portsmouth Dockyard 1905-6, 
and Commander of the Third Cruiser Squadron, Medi- 
terranean Fleet, 1906-8, and who was cr. K.C.V.O. 
1906 and d. WO&.—Hamptou Court Palace, Middlesex. 

BARRY, Frederick Francis, Esq., of Firville, 
CO. Cork. 

Only son of the Hon. Michael Richard BaiTy, Barrister- 
at-Law, formerly Chief Justice of the Gold Coast 
Colony, who d. 1866, by Laura Frances, dau. of the 
late John Rorke, Esq., of Tyrrellstown, co. Dublin ; 
b. 1859 ; «. his cousin Michael Francis Barry, Esq., 
1908 ; m. 1889 Winefride Mary, who d. 1907, dau. of 
the late Edward Ingi-ess Bell, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., of 19, 
Queen Anne's Gate, S.W., and has 2 daus., Magdalene 
Phyllis, and Helen Mary. Mr. Barry was educated at 
Belvedere Coll., Dublin. — Firville, Maeroom, co. Cork. 
Residence : St. Helen's, Wallington, Surrey. 

BARRY, Harold Philip HAROLD-, Esq., 
of Bally vonare, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of John Harold-Barry, Esq., of Bally- 
vonare, who d. 1898, by Margaret Josephine, dau. of 
the late William Gibson, Esq.; h. 1865; m. 1895 
Helen Frances Mary, 2nd dau. of the late John Gerard 
Riddell, Esq., of Hermeston Hall, and Hodsoek Park, 
Nottinghamshire, and has had, with other issue, John 
Gerard (eldest son), Lieut. 5th Batt. R. Munster 
Fusiliers; b. 1896, and killed in action 1916; and 
» Charles William (2nd son), M.C., Capt. 5th Batt. 
R. Munster Fusiliers; b. 1897. Mr. Harold-Barry, 
who was educated at Prior Park Coll., is a Magistrate 
for CO. Cork. — Ballyvonare, Buttevant, co. Cork. 

BARRY, Henry Joseph Arthur Robert Bruno 
SxANDisH, Esq., of LemlaraHouse,co. Cork. 

Only son of Charles Standish Barry, Esq., of Lemlara 
House, who d. 1897, by the Hon. Margaret Mary, 
who d. 1916, youngest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. the 
Hon. Arthur Francis Southwell, and sister of Thomas 
Arthur Joseph, 4th Viscount Southwell ; b. 1873 ; m. 
1899 Eleanor Lilian Helene,dau. ofMajor-Gen. Charles 
Bean Lucie Smith, formerly Madras Staff Corps, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * Charles Henry Robert 
Joseph Garrett Standish, b. 1900. Mr. Barry is a 
Magistrate for co. Cork. — Lemlara House, Carrigtwo- 
hill, CO. Cork. 

BARRY, James Grene, Esq., of Sandville, 
CO. Limerick. 

Eldest son of James Barry, Esq., of Bellevue, who d. 
1856, by Maria, dau. of John Grene, Esq., of Cappa- 
murra House, co. Tipperary ; b. 1841 ; m. 1881 Mary, 
only dau. of the late Thomas Kane, Esq., M.D., of 
AVhite Hall, co. Clare, and has, with other surviving 
issue, * James Thomas, educated at Stonyhurst and at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A.); b. 1882. Mr. Barry, who 
was educated at Oscott Coll., is a J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Limerick. — Sandville, Ballyneety, Limerick ; County 
Club, Limerick. 

BARRY, James Robert Barry BURY-, Esq. 
(M'Adam Barry), O.B.E., of Ballyclough, 
CO. Cork. 

Only son of the late Capt. Robert Bury, 7th Dragoon 
Guards, by Anna Maria (who d. 1914, having m. 
2ndly 1891 Capt. James Richard Broadley, ret. R.N., 
whorf. I9I7), dau. of Richard Hart, Esq.; b. 1875; 
s. his grand-uncle St. Leger Barry, Esq. (M'Adam 
Barry), in 1888, and then assumed the additional 
surname of Barry ; In. 1906 Judith Isabel, only dau. 
of William Ringrose Ringrose-Voase, Esq., J.P., of 



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Anlaby House, Yorkshire, and has 2 daiis. Mr. 
IJiiry-Barry, who was formerlv Lieut. Limerick City 
K.G.A. Militia, is a J.P. for co. Cork (High Sheriff 
1910) aud temp. Lieut. Gen. List ; was Inspector of 
Q.M.G-.'s Services, -vrith the temp, rank of Major, 
1916-18; appointed an A.D.C. \91S.— Ba/lyclotiffh, 
Kilworth, co. Cork. 

BARRT, John Edmdnd, Esq., of Summer Hill 
House, CO. Wexford. 
Eldest son of Sir John Edmond BaiTy, Knt., by Teresa, 
who d. 1909, dan. of the late John Keefe, Esq., of 
Ifferknock, co. Meath ; h. 1853 ; m. 1st 1880 Minnie, 
who d. 1893, only dau. of the late Richard Joseph 
Devereux, Esq., M.P., of Summer Hill, eo. AVexford; 
2ndly 1898 Olivia Goodall, 2nd dau. of the late Capt. 
George Powell Pemberton-Pigott, of Slevoy Castle, co. 
Wexford, and widow of Major-Gen. Arthur Loftus 
Steele, and has surviving issue * Raymond Charles 
Devereux, 6. 1899. Mr. Barry is a J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Wexford (High Sheriff 1 9 U).— Residences: Rock- 
lands Cottai/e, Wexford ; The Bungalow, Ballygeary. 

BARRY, John Warren, Esq., of Fyling Hall, 
Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. John Barry (by Letitia 
Anna, who d. 1911, dau. of the late Rev. Thomas 
Warren Mercer, Vicar of Northallerton, Yorkshire), 
and grandson of the late Robert Barry, Esq., of Fyling 
Hall ; b. 1851. Educated at Winchester and at 
C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A. Wii?,).— Fyling Hall, 
Fylingdales, Robin Hood's Bay R.S.O., Yorkshire. 

BARRY, Miss, of Killoskehan Castle, co. 
Tipperary. 

Eliza Mary Theresa (Leily), only dau. of George Richard 
Barry, Esq., D.L., formerly M.P. for co. Cork, who d. 
1867, by Mary Theresa, who d. 1885, dau. of the 
late Gen. Fran9ois Beguinot, of Mauritius. — Killoske- 
han Castle, Templemore, co. Tipperary. 

BARRY, Patrick Henry, Esq., of Ballyadam, 
CO. Cork. 

Eldest son of the late William Henry Bariy, Esq., J.P., 
of Ballyadam, by Pauline, only dau. of William Roche, 
Esq., of Aghada House, co. Cork; b. 1862.— Ballya- 
dam, Carrigtwohill, co. Cork. 



BARRY,JWiLLiAM Alotsids Fitz Richard, 
Esq., of Glandore, co. Cork ; and of John's 
Place, Birr, King's Co. 
Eldest son of Richard Fitzwilliam Barry, Esq., J.P., 
B.A., LL.B., Crown Solicitor for King's Co., of Glan- 
dore, and of John's Place, who t^. 1916, by Catherine 
Frances, 2nd dau. of the late Frederick Augustus White, 
Esq., County Inspector R.I.C. ; b. 1892. Mr. Barry, 
who was educated at Chesterfield Coll., Birr, at 
Castleknock Coll., Dublin, and at the R. Univ. of 
Ireland, was admitted a Solicitor, Ireland, 1914. — 
John's Place, Birr, King's Co. 

BARRY, William James, Esq., of Witching- 
ham Hall, Norfolk. 
Fourth son of Sir Francis Tress Barry, 1st Bart., 
M.P., of St. Leonard's Hill, Berkshire, and of Keiss 
Castle, Caithness-shire, who d. 1 907, by Sarah Douglas, 



J This family is descended from the Barrys, Viscounts Butte- 
Tant. as appears from au inquiry before the Lords' Committee of 
Privileges, when the title, which is now dormant, was claimed by 
Mr. Barry's great-grandfather in 1826. 



only child of the late .-Vrthur Herron, Esq., of 
Northiam, Sussex; b. 1864; m. 1896 Lady Grace 
Murray, M.B.E., 3rd dau. of Charles Adolphus, 7th Earl 
of Dunmore, and has, with other issue, a son, * Gerald, 
Lieut. Coldstream Guards; educated at the R. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1896. Mr. Barry, who was educated 
at Harrow and at B.N.C., Oxford, is a Magistrate for 
Norfolk and was High Sheriff 1912.— Witchingham 
Hall, Norwich ; Marlborough Club, s.w. 



BARRY, William Norton, Esq., of Castle 
Cor, CO. Cork. 
Only son of WiUiani Norton Barry, Esq., J.P., of Castle 
Cor, Major 8th Hussars, who d. 1871, by his 2nd wife 
Elizabeth, who d. 1906, younger dau. of Sir William 
Wrixon-Becher, 1st Bart. ; b. 1859 ; in. 1st 1881 Con- 
stance Marianne, who d. 1898, 3rd dau. of the late 
Frederick John Walker, Esq., of The Priory, Bathwick ; 
2ndly 1899 Adehiide Maude, 5th dau. of Sir John 
Wrixon-Becher, 3rd Bart., of Ballygiblin, co. Cork. 
Mr. Barry is a J.P. for co. CoTV.-Custle Cor, Mallow, 
CO. Cork ; Army and Navy Club, s.w. 



BARRY. See Barrymore, Cre.agh-Barry, Otter-Barry, 
and Smith-Barry. 

BARRYMORE, Lord (Arthur Hugh Smith- 
Barry, P.C.).— Cr. 1902. 

Elder son of James Hugh Smith- Barry, Esq., of Fota 
Island and of Marbury, who d. 1857, by Elizabeth 
(who d. 1915, having m. 2ndly 1871, as his 2nd wife, 
George, 2nd Lord de Tabley, ext., who d. 1887), eldest 
dau. of the late Shallcross Jacson, Esq.; b. 1843; m. 
1st 1868 Lady Mary Frances, who d. 1884, 2nd dau. of 
Edwin Richard, 3rd Earl of Dunraven ; 2ndly 1889 
Elizabeth, dau. of Gen. Wadsworth, of Geneseo, U.S.A., 
and widow of Arthur Post, Esq., and has 2 dans. Lord 
Barrvmore, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Cork (High Sheriff 
1886), and for Huntingdonshire, a J.P. for Cheshire 
(High Sheriff 1883), and Adm. of R. Cork Yacht Club ; 
was M.P. for co. Cork 1867-74, and for S. Hunts 
1886-1800. — Fota Island, Queenstoum, co. Cork ; Mar- 
bury Hall, Northwich, Cheshire; R. Yacht Squadron, 
Corns; 20, Hill Street, w. 

BARSTOW, John Jeremiah JACKSON-, Esq., 
of The Lodge, Somerset. 
Son of the Rev. Thomas Norfolk Jackson, M.A., Vicar 
of Filey, Yorkshire, who d. 1891, by Sarah Kilvington, 
who d. 1888, dau. of the late Jeremiah Barstow, Esq., of 
Acorab, Yorkshire ; i. 1845; jn. 1888 Mary, eldest dau. 
of the late Sir Abraham Woodiwiss, of The Pastures, 
Derby, and has had, with 5 surviving daus., a son, 
John" Eric, Capt. N. Somerset Yeo., attached to R.A.F. ; 
li. 1895, and accidently killed whilst flying 1919. Mr. 
Jackson-Barstow, who assumed by royal license the 
additional surname of Barstow on inheriting, in 1874, 
the Yorkshire estates of his uncle, Capt. Michael 
Barstow, is a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset. — The Lodge, 
JVeston -super-Marc. 

BARSTOW, Thomas Malcolm Hulme, Esq., of 
Garrovr Hill, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of Robert Clapham Barstow, Esq., of Garrow 
Hill, who d. 1890, by Jane, dau. of Col. Hulme, late of 
the 96th Regt. ; b. 1858; ?«. 1885 Alice Eliza, dau. of 
Thomas Shiperd, Esq., of .Auckland, N. Zealand, and 
has, with other issue, *Nelson Clapham, b. 1887. Mr. 
Barstow is District Manager of the Kaiku Branch of 
the N. Zealand Railways. — Dargaville, Auckland, New 
Zealand. 

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BARTER, Lienfc.-Gen. Sir Charles St. Leger, 
K.C.B., K.C.M.G., C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B. 
1916, K.C.M.G. 1918. 

Second son of the Rev. J. T. Barter, of Berehaveu, co. 
Cork, who d. 1891, by Eliza, dau. of the late William 
Ewart, Esq., of Strandtown, Belfast; h. 1856. Sir 
Charles Barter, who was educated abroad, is a Major- 
Gen, and Hon. Lieut-Gen. ret., late K.O. Yorkshir* 
L.r. ; has the Grand Cross of the Roumanian Order of 
the Crown ; was an Instructor at the B. Mil. Coll 
Sandhurst, 1884-9 ; D.A.A.G. at the War Office 1889- 
94 ; Mil. Secretary to the High Commissioner of 
S. Africa 1894-5; A.A.G. Thames Dist. 1902-5; 
A.Q.M.G. AVelsh and Midland Command 1 905-6, and 
in command of Poona Infantry Brigade, 6th Dir., 
S. Army in India, 1909-13, and of 47th (London 
Territorials) Div. \%\i -16. — United Service Club, s.w. 



BARTHOLOMEW, the late Charles William 
Esq., of Blakesley Hall, Northamptonshire 
Son of Charles Bartholomew, Esq., of Castlehill House, 
Middlesex, who d. 189.5, by Sarah Watson, dau. of the 
late JaniPS Linley, Esq., of Bank House, Sheffield; h 
1850; m. 1876 Liicy, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. E.Lee 
Ussher, of Caniphiro, co. Waterford, and d. 1919, leav- 
ing, with a dau., an only son, *James, Lieut. W. Riding 
of Yorkshire R.G.A., T.F. ; educated at Uppingham 
and at Sheffield Univ.; b. 1892; m. 1917 Charlotte 
Mabel, only dau. of George Francis Hempson, Esq., of 
Gatton Lodge, Eeigate. Mr. Bartholomew was a 
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem 
and a Fellow of the Society o{ Aits.— Bla/cesley Hall, 
Towccster. 



BARTLEET, Harold Stock, Esq., of The 
Shrubbery, Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of Robert Smith Bartleet, Esq., J. P. and D.L., 
of The Shrubbery, who d. 1902, by Harriet Anne, who d. 
1918, dau. of the late Joseph Stock, Esq., of Bournbrook 
Hall; i. 1853; m. 1880 Edith Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
Ebenezer Walker Kemp, Esq., J.P., of Castleford, 
Yorkshire, and has 4 dans. Mr. Bartleet is a Magis- 
trate for Worcestershire, and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. 
late Comm. 2nd V.B. Worcestershire Regt., V.D., 
and was temp. Major 3rd Batt. Worcestershire Vol. 
Regt. 1917-18. — Residence : fVoodkurst, Headless Cross, 
Warwickshire. 



BARTLET, Philip Perking, Esq., of Ludbrook 
Manor, Devonshire. 
Only surviving son of the Rev. John Moysey de Lud- 
broke-Bartlet, of Ludbrook Manor, who assumed the 
prefix surname of de Ludbroke, and who d. 1905, by 
Charlotte Mary, who d. 1892, only dau. of the late 
Gen. John Alexander Philips, R.M.A. ; b. 1868; m. 
1903 Edith Jessie, dau. of the late Hugh MacGregor, 
Esq., of Castle Dykes, Dumfriesshire. Mr. Bartlet 
was educated at St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1892, 
M.A. 1896).— Tl^e Manor House, Ludbrook, Ivybridge. 



Herbert Henry, Bart. 



BARTLETT, 

Cr. 1913. 
Son of Robert Bartlett, Esq., of Hardington Mande- 
ville, Somerset, who(?. 1885, by Anne Guppy, who d. 
1871 ; b. 1842 ; m. 1874 Ada Charlotte, dau. of Joseph 
Barr, Esq., of Ampthill Square, London. — St. Stephen's 
Club, s.w. ; City Carlton Club, e.c. ; B. Thames Yacht 
Club, w. ; E. London Yacht Club, Cowes ; R. Temple 
Yacht Club. Ramsgate ; 5i, Cornwall Gardens, s.vf. 
Heir, his son Hanlington Arthur, h. 1878; m. 1902 Ire!:e, dau. 

of Profeisor Henry Robinson, and has, with other issue, a 

sun, 'Basil Hardington, S. 1906. 



BARTLETT, Sir Herbert Fogelstrom, Knt., 
LS.O.-Cr. 1911. 

Second son of Edwin Tliomas Bartlett, Esq., of 
Plymouth, who d. 1898, by Eleanor, who d. 1905, 
dau. of the late Nils Fogelstrom, Esq., of Stockholm 
and Plymouth; b. 1847; m. 1876 Frances Mary, 
dau. of the late Ralph Linwood, Esq., of Bath. Sir 
Herbert Bartlett, who was educated at Plymouth and 
at Vienne, France, was Assistant Secretary to the 
Board of Inland Revenue 1897-1903, Controller of 
Stamps and Registrar to Joint Stock Cos. 1903-9, 
and a Commissioner of Inland Revenue 1909-13. — 
10, Bruce Road, Southsea. 

BARTLETT. See Ashmead- Bartlett. 



BARTLET, Lady. 

Mary Charlotte, 3rd dau. of Sir Henry Cole, K.C.B., 
Founder of the S. Kensington Museum, who d. 1882, 
by Marian Fairraan, who d. 1892, dau. of the late 
William Andrew Bond, Esq., of Ashford; m. 1864 Sir 
George Christopher Trout Bartley, a J.P. for co. 
London and for Middlesex, who founded the National 
Penny Bank Ltd. 1875, was M.P. for Islington N. Div. 
1885-1906, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1910. 
— 92, Madeley Road, Ealini/, w. 

BARTON, the Right Hon. Sir Edmdnd, 
G.C.M.G.— Cr. 1902. 

Son of William Barton, Esq., of Sydney, by Mary Louisa 
Whydah ; h. 1849 ; m. 1877 Jean Mason, dau. of David 
Ross, Esq. Sir Edmund Barton, who Tvas educated at 
Sydney Grammar School and Univ. (B.A. 1868, M.A, 
1870, M.A. Melbourne 1901, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 
1900, and Edinburgh 1902, and Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 
1902), called to the Bar in N.S.W. 1871, and 
appointed a Q.C. 1889, is a Fellow of the Senate of 
Sydney Univ., and an Hon. Bencher of Gray's Inn, and 
was Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of N.S.W. 
1883-7, Attorney-Gen. 1889 and 1891-3, a Member 
of the Parliamentary Federal Convention 1891, Leader 
of the National Convention 1897-8, and First Prime 
Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia and 
Minister for External Affairs 1901-3; appointed 
Senior Puisne Judge of the Federal High Court 1903 ; 
has the Order of the Rising Sun of Japan, 1st Class. 
— Aoencl, Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales; 
Athenceum, University, and Australiati 0ubs, Sydney. 

BARTON, the Right Hon. Sir (Dunbar) 
Plcneet, Bart., K.C.— Cr. 1918. 
Eldest son of Thomas Henry Barton, Esq., who d. 1878, 
by the Hon. Charlotte, who d. 1918, 3rd dau. of John, 
3rd Lord Plunket ; b. 1853; m. 1890 Mary, dau. of 
the late Joseph Manly, Esq., of Clyde Road, Dublin. 
Sir Plunket Barton, who was educated at Harrow and 
at C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. and M.A. 1893, President of 
the Oxford Union 1877), called to the Bar at King's 
Inns, Dublin, 1889, and at Gray's Inn 1893, appointed 
a Q.C, Ireland, 1889 and elected a Bencher of King's 
Inns 1892 and of Gray's Inn 1898, is a J.P. for co. Ar- 
magh and for Dublin City ; a Senator of the National 
Univ. of Ireland; a Commissioner of Irish Lights, 
and a Member of the Irish War Committee; was a 
Professor and Lecturer atKing's Inns, Dublin, 1 88.5-91 ; 
formerly Private Secretary to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland 

, (Duke of Marlborough and subsequently to the Lord 
Chancellor of Ireland (Lord Ashbourne); Solicitor- 
Gen, for Ireland 1897-1900, and a Judge of the King's 
Bench Div. of the High Court of Ireland 1900-4 and 
of the Chancery Div. 1904-18 ; sat as M.P. for the 
Mid Armagh Div. of co. Armagh 1891-1900. — 19, 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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ClyJc Boail, Dublin ; Athenteum Club, s.w. ; Kildare 
Street, Sackvillc Street, ami University Clubs. Dublin ; 
B. St. George Yacht Cluh, Kingstown. 
Heir, Ms son Dunbar Patrick, educated at Harrow ; h. 1901. 

BARTON", Sir Geoffey, K.C.V.O., C.B., 
C.M.G.— Cr. 1906. 

Younger son of Cliarles Cutis Barton, Esq., of Rown- 
hams, Hampshire, who cl. 1894, by Emilia Ann, who 
d. 1850, eldest dau. of the late Hastings Nathaniel 
Middleton, Esq., of TownhiU, Hampshire; b. 1844; 
m. 1890 Beryl Marie Baskerville, only child of Col. ) 
Edward Philippe Mackenzie, of Auchenskeoch, I 
Kirkcudbright, of Craigs, Dumfriesshire, and formerly I 
of Downham Hall, Suffolk {whom see). Sir Geoffry j 
Barton, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. for Dum- 
friesshire, a Major-Gen. ret., late 7th R. Fusiliers, of 
which Eegt. he is Col., and a Knight of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and was Assistant Mil. 
Secretary in China 1884-5, Assistant Adjutant-Gen., 
Thames District 1895-7, and North-Western District 
1897-8, in command of the Fusilier Brigade in S. 
Africa 1899-1902, and in command of the Pretoria 
District 1001-2; has the Order of the Osmanieh, 
4th Class. — Residence : Craigs, Dumfries ; United 
Service, and Wellington Clubs, s.w. ; Dumfries and 
Gcdloway Club, Dumfries. 

BARTON, Sir John George, Knfc., C.B., F.S.I., 
M.I.C.E.— Cr. 1902. 
Son of James Barton, Esq., of Farndreg, co. Louth, who 
d. 1913, by Catharine, dau. of the lateCapt. Goulding, 
of Caledon, eo. Tyrone; 4. 1850; ot. 1916 Florence, 
eldest dau. of the late Col. Charles Colville Grantham, 
formerly 9fh and 89th Regts., and widow of Col. I 
Albert Edward Hamilton Smyth, E. Yorkshire Regt. [ 
Sir John Barton, who was educated at Repton, was 
Inspecting Engineer to the Board of Works 1889-92, 
and Commissioner for Valuation and Chief Boundary 
Surveyor for Ireland 1892-1916. — Farndreg House, 
CO. Louth; Windham Cluh, s.w. ; Constitutional Club, 
w.c. ; Hibernian United Service Club, Dublin. 

BARTON, Sir William, Knt.— Cr. 1917. 

Youngest son of Robert Barton, Esq., of Hamilton, 
Lanarkshire, who d. 1862, by Annie, who rf. 1915, dau, 
of the late James Gray, Elsq., of Hamilton, Lanarkshire ; 
b. 1862 ; m. 1st 1895 Jessie Cuthbertson, who d. 1915, 
youngest dan. of the late James Boyd, Esq., of Man- 
chester; 2ndly 1918 OUtc Ruth Bryson, Matron 
Balmoral Red Cross Hospital, Llandudno. Sir William 
Barton, who was educated at ( ilasgow High School and 
Univ., and was formerly a Member of the Manchester 
City Council, is a Magistrate for Lancashire, Head of 
the firm of William Barton & Co. Ltd., of Manchester, 
and a Director of the Manchester Athen:eum ; has been 
M.P. for Oldham since Jan. 19iO.— Wyberslegh Hall, 
Disley, Cheshire; AthenrBum, Reform, and. National 
Liberal Clubs, s.w. 



Esq., of Straffan 



Capt. ret., late W. Riding Regt., and ttmp. Lieut - 
Col. Comm. 4th Batt. Yorkshire L.I.— Green fort, 
Lettcrkcnny, co. Donegal. 

BARTON, Bekteam Hug; 
House, CO. Kildare. 
Elder son of Bertram Francis Barton, Esq., of Straffan 
House, who d. 1904, by Fannie Annie, who d. 1907, 
eldest dau. of the late Comm. Frank Cutler, R.N., of 
Upton Lodge, Devonshire; h. 1858; m. 1899 Lilian 
Edith Laura,, only dau. of Sir Frederick Walter Carden, 
2nd Bart., and has, with another son and a dau., 
♦Frederick Bertram, b. 1900. Mr. Barton, who was 
educated at Eton and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1880, 
M.A. 1885), is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kildare, and 
was High Sheriff 1908. — Strajfan House, Strajfan 
Station, CO. Kildare; Junior Carlton Club, s.w • Kildare 
Street Club, Dublin. 

BARTON, FoLLiOTT Warren, Esq., of Olonelly, 
CO. Fermanagh. 
Son of Thomas Barton, Esq., of Clonelly, Murga 
N.S.W., who d. 1898, by Ann, who d. 1910, dau. of 
William Irvine, Esq., of Lowry. co. Firmanagh ■ b 
1876, s. his uncle Hugh Barton, Ksq., J.P., 1902; 
m. 1913 Margarit Davis, dau. of Charks Frastr, Esq.! 
of Scotland, and widow of George Hart, Esq., of Forbes, 
N.S.W. Mr. Barton, who was educated at Cudal,' 
N.S.W., and privately by the Rev. M. Smith, M.A., 
and was formerly Lieut. N. of Ireland Imp. Y'eo., is a 
Magistrate for cos. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1905) and 
Donegal. — Clonelly, near l'ettigo,co. Fermanagh: Fer- 
managh Club, Ejiniskillen, 

BARTON, Henry John Hope, Esq., of Staple- 
ton Park, Yorkshire ; and of Saxby Hall, 
Lincolnshire. 

Only son of John Hope Barton, Esq., J.P, and D.L., of 
Stapleton Park, and of Saxby Hall, who d. 1876, by 
Florence Mary Ai:nabeUa (who m. 2ndly 1887 Frank 
Sumner Hatchard, Esq.), youngest dau. of the late 
Henry James Ramsden, Esq., of 0.xton Hall, York- 
shire; b. 1873 ; m. 1903 Emma Alice, O.B.E., a Lady 
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, youngest 
dau. of the late Genrs'C William Lowther, Esq., and 
granddau. of Sir i:i: , :, - IS; ;, l.^fher, 3rd Bart,, of 
Swillington, York-i :, li i - li li ..thcr issue.a son, 

*JohnGeorg;6Hc)i,c. ' r ij,^. Mr iMi'timisaMagistrate 
for the W. Riding ot \ uris.-i.ire (,] Ufih Sheriff of Lincoln- 
shire 1913 and was on the roll lor High Sheriff of 
Yorkshire for 1914), and Patron of 1 living.— 5te^/eto« 
Park, Vontefract ; Saxby Hall, Harton-on-Humher. 

BARTON, Mrs., of Grove, Pethard, co. Tip- 
perary. 
Mary Elizabeth, only dau. of Major Thomas Frobisher, 
J.P. and D.L., Bengal Army, who d. 1862, by Rose, 
dau. of the late John Helsham, Esq., of Kilkenny ; 
Hi. 1862 Samuel Henry Barton, Esq., of Grove, a J.P.' 
and D.L. for co. Tipperary, who d. 1891, leaving, 
with other issue, * Charles Robert (2nd son), a J.P. 



for CO. Tipperary and temp. Capt. in the Army ; b. 
1877. — Residence: 15, Lansdoume Place, Cheltenham. 



BARTON, Major (temp. Lieut.-Col.) Baptis: 
Johnston, D.S.O. (with Bar), of Green 
Eld!S;n'ofc"lTafustJoh„ston Barton, A.D.C.,J.P.I^^^TON, ROBERT ChiLDERS, Esq., of Glenda. 
and D.L,, late Comm. 5th Batt. R. Inniskilling 1 lough, CO. VVicklow. 



Fusiliers, of Greenfort, who d. 1914, by Isabel, 
youngest dau. of the late Robert McClintock, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Dunmore, co. Donegal ; b. 1876; m. 
1908 Kathleen Maude, eldest dau. of Egbert de Hamel, 
Esq., of Middleton Hall, Warwickshire, and has a dau., , . 

Ernestine Isabel. Major Barton, who was educated at \ B AKl OJN, Maj 
Foyle Coll., Londonderry, and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand- 
hurst, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Donegal (was on the 
roll for High Sheriff for 1 9 1 7), Major Reserreof Officers, 



Eldest son of Charles William Barton, Esq., J.P, 
Glendalough, who rf. 1890, by Agnes A.F., who ^.191 
4th dau. of the late Rev. Charles Childers; h. 188 
— Glendalough, Annamoe, co. Wicklnw. 



William Hugh, D.S.O., of 
The Waterfoot, co. Fermanagh. 
Eldest son of Charles Robert Barton, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of The Waterfoot, who d. 1918, by Henrietta 
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Martha Mervyii, who rf. 1915, youngest dau. of the late 
Heary Mervyn Richardson, Esq., D.L., of Eosstad, co. 
Fermanagh; b. 1874; m. 1917 ArdynMarion, younger 
dau. of thelate Col. Henry TyrwhittStaniforthPatteson, 
J.P., D.L., V.D., of Beeston St. Andrew Hall, Norfolk, 
and has a eon, * John Charles, b. 1918. Major Barton, 
•who was educated at the Oxford Mil. Coll., and was 
formerly Capt. The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), is 
Major R.A.S.C. and Lord of the Manor of Wardhouse.— 
The Waterfoot.Peltigo, co. Fermanagh; Army and Navy 
Club, s.w. 

BARTTELOT, Sir Walter de Stopham, Bart., 
of Stopham House, Sussex. — Or. 1875. 
Elder son of Lieut.-Col. Sir Walter Balfour Barttelot, 
3rd Bart., D.S.O., Coldstream Guards (who was killed 
on active service), by Gladys St. Aubyn, youngest dau. 
of the late William Collier" Angrove,"Esq., of Onslow 
Gardens, S.W. ; 6., 1904 ; s. 1918 ; is at Eton and is 
Patron of 2 livings!— S/";jA«/« House, Pulborough. 



BARTTELOT, Georqtana Mary, Lady. 

Only dau. of the late George Edmnnd Balfour, Esq., of 
Sidmouth Manor, Devonshire; m. Ist 1879 Capt. Sir 
Walter George Barttelot, 2nd Bart., who was killed in 
action 1900; 2udly 1902 BeviUe, younger son of the 
Eev. Sir St. Aubyn Hender Molesworth-St. Aubyn, 
12th Bart. — Torcross, Kingsbridqe, S. Devon. 

BARWELL-EWINS. See Ewins-BanoeU-Ewins. 

BARWICK, Sir John Stobet, Bart., of 
Thimbleby Hall,' Yorkshire.— Cr. 1912. 

Elder son of Sir John Storey Barwick, 1st Bart., by 
Margaret, who d. 1908, dau. of the late George Short, 
Esq., Shipbuilder, of Pallion, Sunderland; b. 1876; 
«. 1915 ; m. 1907 Gwladys Jessie, youngest dau. of the 
late George William Griffiths Thomas, Esq., of Ystrad 
Mynach, Glamorganshire. Sir John Barwick was 
educated at Uppingham.— T/jimA/ei^ Hall, Northaller- 
ton, Yorkshire; Ashbrook Grange, Sunderland, co. 
Durham. 

Heir, his son John Morgan, 6. 1908. 

BASING, Lord (John Limbrey Robert 
Sclatee-Booth).— Cr. 1887. 

Only son of Brigadier-Gen. George Limbrey, 2nd Lord, 
C.B., by Mary, who d. 1904, 2nd dau. of the late John 
Hargreaves, Esq., of Maiden Erlegh, Berks, and of 
Whalley Abbey, Lancashire; A. 1890 ; s. 1919 ; educated 
at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; is Capt. 
1st R, Dragoons; and temp. Capt. Northumberland 
Hussars Yeo. — Haddington House, Upton Greg, Winch- 
field; Armg and Navg Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his uncle Charles Latley, 2nd son of George, Ist 
Lord, who (/. 1894, by Lydia Oaroline, who il. 1881 , only dau. 
of the IttteCol. George Birch, of Olare Park, Hants ; a J. P. 
for Hampshire ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 
1886 ; educated at Winchester and at Balliol Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 188S) ; 6.1862 : m. 1900 Ellen Oeraldine, youngest dau. 
of the late George Jones. E«q., of Mitton Manor, Stafford- 
shire, and widow of William Tudor Frere, Esq.,BarriBter- 
at-Law, and has a ion, •Gaorge Lutley, b. 1903. 

BASKERVILLE, Col. John, of Crovrsley 
Park, Oxfordshire. 

Eldest son of Henry Baskerville, Esq., of Crowsley 
Park, who d. 1877, by Mary Anna, who d. 1888, dau. 
of the late John Standfast Burton, Esq. ; b. 1839 ; m. 
1869 Caroline, dau. of William Charles Henry, Esq., 
of Haffield, Herefordshire, and has, with other issue, 
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»Geoffi.-ey, late (.'apt. ,ilh Batt. R. ini.siliers ; h. 1870. 
Col. Baskerville, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for O-xfordsliire (was on the roll for High 
Sheriff for 1888), and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret. 
late Comm. Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars Yeo. 
Cav. ; was formerly in the 6th Dragoons and Major 
14th Hussnrs.—Crowslci/ Park, Henley-on-Thames; 
Junior United Service Club, s.w.; Cavalry Club, w. 

BASKERVILLE, Mrs., of Clyro Court, Rad- 
norshire. 
Dorothy Nosta, younger dau. of Walter Thomas Mynors 
Baskerville, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Clyro Court, who 
d. 1897, by Bertlia M.aria, who d. 1892, only child and 
heiress of the late John Hopton, Esq., of Canon, 
ffrome Court. Herefordshire, and of Kemerton Court, 
Gloucestershire; m. 1903 Comm. Bernhard Alexander 
Pratt- Barlow, R.N., who was killed in action 1914, and 
has a dau., Mary Pamela. Mrs. Paskerville s. her 
brother Capt. Ralph Hopton Baskerville, J. P., Glamor- 
ganshire Yeo., late Lieut. 1st R. Dragoons (who was 
killed in action), and assumed her maiden surname 
1918. — Clyro Court, Hay ; 53, Drayton Gardens, s.w. 

BASKERVYLE-GLEGG, John, Esq., of With- 
ington Hall, and Gayton Hall, Chesliire. 
Only son of John Baskervyle-Glegg, Esq., of Withing- 
ton Hall, and Gayton Hall, who d. 1877, by Emily 
Katherine (who »i. 2ndly 1885 Sir George Dixon, 1st 
Bart., of AstleHall, Cheshire), 2nd dau. of the lateGeorge 
Beauchamp Cole, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Twickenham, 
Middlesex; b. 1876; m. 1901 Florence Liuda Maud, 
eldest dau. of Alfred Ashton, Esq., J.P., of Sandiway, 
Cheshire, and has, with other issue, a son, *John, b. 
1904. Mr. Baskervyle-Glegg, who was educated at 
Eton and at Merton Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. for 
Cheshire ; late Lieut. Earl of Chester's Y.C.—Withing- 
ton Hall, Chelford ; Residence : Wistaston Hall, Nant- 
wich; Cavalry Club, w. 

BASS, Sir WiLLUM Arthur Hamar, Bart., of 
Byrkley Lodge, Staffordshire.— Cr. 1882. 
Only surviving son of Hamar Alfred Bass, Esq., of 
Byrkley Lodge, who d. 1898, by the Hon. Louisa (who 
m. 2ndly 1901 the Rev. Bernard Day Douglas Shaw), 
2nd dau. of William, 3rd Lord Bagot ; b. 1879 ; s. his 
uncle Michael Arthur, 1st Lord Burton, K.C.V.O., as 
2nd Bart., under a special remainder, 1909 ; m. 1903 
Lady Wilmot Ida Noreen Hastings, youngest dau. of 
Francis Power, 13th Earl of Huntingdon. Sir William 
Bass, who was educated at Harrow, was formerly 
Lieut. 10th Hussars, and is a Magistrate for Stafford- 
shire (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1915), Lieut. 
Reserve of Officers, temp. Capt. 6th Reserve Regt. of 
Cav., and Patron of 1 living. — Byrkley Lodge, near 
Burton-on-Trent ; Bachelors', and Turf Clubs, w. ; 
78, South Audley Street, w. 

BASS. See Burton, Baroness. 

BASSANO, Alfred Hill, Esq., of Haden- 
holme, Staffordshire. 
Eldest son of Walter Bassano, Esq., of Haden Cross, 
Staffordshire, who d. 1903, by Emiline Mary Georgina, 
who d. 1892, eldest dau. of Benjamin Best, Esq., of 
Corngreaves Hall, Staffordshire; b. 1862; m. 1892 
Agnes, 2nd dau. of George Allan, Esq., of Corn- 
greaves Hall, Staffordshire, and has, with other issue, 
♦Alfred Charles Haden, b. 1899. Mr. Bassano, who 
was educated at Malvern Coll., at Leamington Coll., 
and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, is a Magistrate for Stafford- 
shire, and Patron of 1 living. — Hadenhohne, Old Hill, 
Staffordshire. 



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ASSANO, Charles Waltek, Esq., of Haden 
Cross, Staffordshire. 
t Seeond son of Walter Bassano, Esq., of Hadeu Cross, 

who d. 1903, by Emilme Mary Georgina, who d. 
1892, eldest ilau. of Benjamin Best, Esq., of Corn- 
greaves Hall, Staffordshire; h. 1863; m. 1892 Philo- 
meua, dau. of Franz Josef Steffen, Esq., of Lucerne, ' 
Switzerland, and has a dau., Emiline Vera Philomena. | 
Mr. Bassano, who was educated at Malvern Coll. and 
at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1886V is a Magistrate' 

for Staffordshire, and Trustee of 1 \hing.— Baden BATE, of Kelsterfcon, Flintshire. See Charlton, 
Cross, Old Hill, Staffordshire. 



Court, Bombay. Sir Stanley Batchelor, who was edu- 
cated at St. Edmund's Coll.," Ware, and at Univ. Coll., 
London (B.A. L'ludon Univ. 1884), and entered the 
In.lian Civil Service 1887, was formerly Assistant 
''""■■'■'"I'lii'l Misistrate, Bombay; Under Secretary to 
' . Political Department, 1896-1900; 1st 

\- : i ' ' - Judge and Sessions Judge 1900-4, and 
a I'lii-ii" .li"!_;r of the High Court of Judicature, 
Bombiiy, 1904-18.— il/ak6ar Hill.Bomba;/, India. 



BASSET, Arthur Francis, Esq., formerly of 
Tehidy Park, Cornwall. 
Only son of Gustavus Lambart Basset, Esq., of Tehidy 
Park, who d. 1888, by Charlotte Mary, who. d. 1898, 
dau. of the late William Elmhirst, Esq., of West Ashby 
Manor, Lincolnshire ; b. 1 873 ; 7n. 1898 Rebecca Harriet 
BuUer, 2nd dau. of Sir William Lewis Salusbury-Tre- 
lawny, 10th Bart., and has, with a dau., a son, Ronald 
Laraber', Lieut. 2iid Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) ; edu- 
cated at the R. Mil. Coll., San.lhurst ; *. 1898. Mr. 
Basset is a J.P. and D.L, for C.iriiwall (High Sheriff 
1901), and Patron of ;> livings.— 7, Carlo Place, w. 

BASSET, Mrs., of Watermouth Castle, and 
Uinlx'rlfiu'li. Devonshire. 
Hiirvici ^1 r- ' r 'Ian. of Arthur Davie-Basset, Esq., 
ofW,: , .. ':l.-, and Umberleigh, who rf, 1870, 
by Ham. : , ,;! ili, «l;o f/. 1863, dau. of tlie late Thomas 
Smith Crawiunli, Ksq. ; m. 18.5S Charles Henry Wil- 
liams, Esq. (;3th son of Sir William Williams, 1st 
Bart., of Tregnllow, Corjiwali), a J.P. and D.L. for 
Devonshire, who was f.-itu.rly Li,ur. R.N., subse- 
quently Capt. and Hon. '■!i;.r I; N'-i:i I -•\ nil Hussars 
Yeo. Cav., and M.P. I : - ml who 

assumed the surname c: -■ i; ..1880, 

and rf. 1908, leaving ;i (i 111 . !:ii :; i';. . , s . IMO., m. 
1882 Major Ernest Charles Penu Curzon, late Capt. 
18tb Hussars, and has, with other issue, an only sou, 
* Charles Ernest Basset Lothian, temp. Lieut. R. 
Naval Reserve ; educated at Wellington Coll. ; 6. 1 885 ; 
m. 1917 Geraldine Posbery, dau. of Sir James Mills, 
K.C.M.G., and has a dau. Mrs. Basset s. her brother, 
the Rev. Arthur Crawfurth Davie-Basset, 1880.— 
Watermouth Castle, Ilfracomhe ; Umherleigh, Ather- 
inqton. 

BASTARD, Lieut.-Col. William Edmund Pol- 
LEXFEN, O.B.E., of Kitley, and Buckland 
Court, Devonshire. 
Only surviving son of the Rev. William Pollexfen 
Bastard, M.A., of Kitley, and Buckland Court, for- 
merly Rector of Lezaiit. Cornwall, who d. 1915, by 
Caroline, who d. 1917, 3r,l dau. of the late Vice-Adm. 
George WooUcombe, of Hemerdon, Devonshire; 4.1864; 
5n. 1890 Rosamond Isabel, who rf. 191.5, only dau. of the 
late Abraham Briggs Foster, Esq., of Canwell Hall, 
Staffordshire, and has .5 daus. Lieut.-Col. Bastard, 
who was educateil at St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
188S), and was formerly Lieut. R. 1st Devon Yeo. Cav., 
is a J.P. and D.L. for Devonshire, Lieut.-Col. Devon- 
shire (Fortress) R.E., T.F., T.D., and Lord of the 
Manors of Yealmpton and Buckland. — Kitley, Yealmp- 
ton, Devonshire ; Buckland Court, Ashbwrton, Devo.i- 
skire ; Junior Carlton Cliili, s.yr. 

-f BATCHELOR, Sir Stanley Lockhart, Knt. 
— Cr. 1914 

B. 1868 ; m. 190.5 Maud Alice, eldest dau. of the Hon. 
Herbert Batty, formerly a Puisne Judge of the High 



BATEMAN, Lord ("William Spencer Bateman- 
Hanbury).— Cr. 1837. 
Eldest son of William Batenian, 2nd Lord, by Agnes 
Burrell, who d. 1918, youngest dau. of Gen. Sir 
Edward Kerrison, 1st Bart, (crt.), K.C.B. ; b. 1856; 
s. 1901 ; m. 1904 Marian Alice, dau. ..f J:,mes Jeffrey 
Graham, Esq., and widow of Henrv < ';i!, ,! K' , | j,, |\,|. 
of New York, U.S.A. Lord BatemJiii, irl 

at Eton, is a Magistrate for Heiv t' ' - : (m- 

Suffolk, Capt. late 2nd Life Gu:n-.;>, :i:.l ['.hmh ,,f 
1 living.— Oai% Park, Eye ; Shohdon Court, Shob. 
don R.S.O., Herefordshire; Marlborough, and Carlton 
Clubs, s.in. 

Heir Pres., tis brother Charles Stanhope Melville, a J.P. and 
D.L. for Norfolk, O.-ipt. I^rritorial Force Reserve Yeo. ; late 
Capt. King's Own H. Hegt. Norfolk Yeo., and Patron of 
Hiving; 6.1877. 

BATEMAN, the Hon. Mrs., of The Hall, 
Brightlingsea, Essex. 
Jessy Caroline, 2nd dau. of the Hon. Richard Bootle- 
Wilbraham, M.P., who d. 1844, by Jessy, who d. 
1892, 3rd dau. of Sir Kichard Brooke, 6th Bart., of 
Norton Priory, Cheshire; m. 1865 John Bateman, 
Esq., of The Hall, Brightlina-sea. and iHovei-on.s 
Manor, Essex, a J.P. an.l H I. \ •<■ Si r!,i.- ^, ■,,,■. ,,::i 
■A J.P. for Essex, who d. ]'']■>, \;.s 

Mary, m. 1st 1889, as h;. N . i , ., :„i 

1905, Capt. Robert Maxweii DAj> y-,ii!,li.,rd, lale 
Durham L.I., of Colborn Manor, Yorkshire, who d. 
] 907 ; 2ndly 1909 William Henry Liddell, Esq. Mrs. 
Bateman was grantrd the piv.T.ieiiL',- of a Baron's 
dau. lS53.-nr // //, T?/;.' ■■, ■... I'lhr.icr. 

Heir, ber bnsljLii . , ■ ^ son nf tlie 

Rev. Howlmiil l;,i . , '-. •: i- M'.nor, Essex, 

Vicar of Bidilulpl . -iiiV. : : n . o ■.., liy his 1st 

wife Helen Mary, wtio ./. i^'.n., ii:i!i. i: ■ ! ■ ;'•, in ~. 
Melvill, Esq., O.S.I., British K,!sia... : :.; :,, 

educated at Norwich and at the i; i., 

Cirencester (A.B.A.O. 1901); 6. l;-si ; > . ,.,.[ 

Anne, Sod dau. of Capt. Francis Jin'- , i . i 1 ;:t;t xwA 
has, with other issue, a sod, * James I'hihp, b. lijus. 

BATEMAN, Sir Alfred Edmund, K.C.M.G.— 
Cr. 1900. 

Youngest sou of the Rev. John Bateman, Rector of E. 
and W. Leake, Nottinghamshire, and Dean of Hartiug- 
ton, who d. 1882, bv Emily, who d. 1853, dau. of the 
late Edward Shewell, Esq.; b. 1844; m. 1868 Edith 
Ellen, who d. 1909, only child of the late James Eland 
Hobson, Esq., of Haverfield, Kew, and Eaton Socon, 
Bedfordshire. Sir Alfred Bateman w.is eaiicatrd at 
Repton and at Brighton Cull: . lil ^1 i.. i !i:- l;;r,ii the 
Inner Temple 1872 ; has ii : i .u 

Royal Commissions and Coin 111 1 1 1. . - ! ; ' i i. i ;i- 

tionof Commercial Treaties; '.i 1' ,., ; . . ,i -,}„. 

R. Statistical Society 1897; was Coiiipl roller-Lien, uf the 
Commercial, Labour, and Statistical Department of 
the Board of Trade 1897-1903 and a Member of 
the Dominions R. Commission 1912-17; appointed a 
Chairman of the Labour Arbitration Court 1908, and 
Chairman of the London Advisory Committee of 
Labour Exchanges \'i\Q.— Windham, National, and 
Hanelagh Clubs, s.w.; Albemarle Club, w.; 25, Bram- 
ham Gardens, s.w. 



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BATEMAN, Mrs., of Hartingtou Hall, Derby- 
shire. 
Evelyn Mary, eldest dau. of the late Major Robert 
Wharton Wilkinson, formerly 21st Foot, of Scar- 
borongh; m. 1886 Frederic Osborne FitzHerbert Bate- 
man, Esq., of Hartington Hall, a J,P. for Derbyshire, 
who d. 1917, leaving, -ffith other issue, an only son, 
♦Osborne Robert Saoheverell, a Chartered Accountant 
and Secretary of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce ; 
educated at Harrow; b. 1887; in. 1916 Angela Mary, 
youngest dau. of H. H. Paget, Esq., of Trinidad, and 
has, with other issue, a son, *Sachererell Osborne 
FitzHerbert, h. W17. —ffarfiiii/ton Hall, near Buxton, 
Derbyshire. 

BATEMAN. See Jones-Bateman. 

BATES, Sir Perct Elly, Bart., of Gyi-n Castle, 
Flintshire ; and of Hinderton Hall, 
Cheshire.— Cr. 1880. 
Second son of Sir Edward Percy Bates, 2nd Bart., who 
d. 1899, by Constance Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the late 
Samuel Robert Graves, Esq., M.P.; b. 1879; s. 
brother Sir Edward Bertram Bates, 3rd Bart., 1903 ; 
m. 1907 Mary Ann Lefroy, younger dau. of the late 
Very Rev. William Lefroy, D.D., Dean of Norwich. 
Sir Percy Bates, who was educated at Winchester, is 
on the roll for High Shiriff of Cheshire for 1921.— 
Hinderton Hall, Neston, Cheshire ; Gym Castle, Flint- 
shire ; Oriental, and Fly Fishers' Clubs, w. ; Windham, 
and S. Automobile Clubs, s.w. 
Heir, liis son Edward Percy, b. 1913. 

BATES, Mrs., of Aydon, Northumberland. 
Josephine, eldest dau. of the late M. Fran9ois Jean 
d'Echarvine, of Talloires, Y'Cante, Savoie ; m. 1895, 
as his 2nd wife, Cadwallader John Bates, Esq., of 
Aydon, a J. P. and D.L. for Northumberland, who 
d.s.p. 1902. — Residence : Langley Castle, Northumber- 
land. 

BATES, of Milbourne Hall. See Mortimer. 

BATES HARBIN. See Sarbin. 

BATESON, Alexander Dingwall, Esq., K.C., 
of Lotus, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. 
B. 1866; educated at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A. { 
1888); called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1891 
and appointed a K.C. 1910; was Junior Counsel to] 
the Admiralty for Admiralty division work 1909-10 
— Lotu-i, near Dumfries ; United University Club, s.w, 
30, Phillimore Gardens, w. ; 4, King's Bench Walk 
Temple, e.c. 



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Lord. 



BATH, Marquis of (Thomas Henet Thtone 
K.G., C.B.).— Cr. 1789. 

Eldest son of John Alexander, 4th Marquis, by the. Hon. 
Frances Isabella Catherine, who d. 1915, eldest dau. of 
Thomas, 3rd Viscount de Vesci ; b. 1 862 ; s. 1 890 ; m. 1890 
Violet Caroline, eldest dau. of SirCharles Mordaunt, 10th 
Bart. The Marquis of Bath, who was educated at Eton, 
is H.M.'s Lieut, for Somerset, a Magistrate for, a Chair- 
man of Quarter Sessions, and Chairman of the CO. 
of Wiltshire, Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm. R. 
Wiltshire Yeo., T.D., and Patron of 12 livings; was 
M.P. forFrome Div. of Somerset 1886-92 and 1895-6, 
and Under-Secretary of State for India 1905. — Longleat, 
Warminster ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 29, Grosvenor 



BATH AND WELLS, Bishop of (the Right 
Rev. George Wyndham Kennion, D.D.). 

Son of the late George Kennion, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.P., 
of Harrogate, by Catherine Elfrida, dau. of the late John 
Fordyce, Esq., of Ayton Castle, Berwickshire ; b. 1845 ; 
m. 1882 Henrietta Duncan, 4th dau. of Sir Charles Dal- 
rymple Fergusson, 5th Bart. The Bishop of Bath and 
Wells was educated at Eton and at Oriel Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1867, M.A. 1871, Hon. D.D. 1882; Hon. D.D. 
Glasgow 1901) ; consecrated Bishop of Adelaide 1882 ; 
translated to Bath and Wells 1894 ; is Hon. Chaplain, 
1st Class, ret., late Territorial Force, previously Hon. 
Chaplain N. Somerset Yeo,, and Patron of 59 livings. 
— The Palace, Wells, Somerset; Afhenmim Club, s.'w. 

BATH, Mrs., of Allt-y-ferin, Carmarthenshire. 

Esther, eldest dau. of John Williams James, Esq., J.P., 
of Brynbrialhi, Glamorganshire, who d. 1877, by 
Maryaune, who d. 1891, dau, of the late David 
Francis, Esq., of Swansea ; m. 1874 Edward Henry 
Bath, Esq., of Allt-y-ferin, a J.P. and D.L. for Car- 
marthenshire (High Sheriff 1892), who d. 1908, 
leaving, with other issue, an only son, * Henry, late 
Lieut. Carmarthen Artillery W. Div. R.A, ; educated 
at Eton ; b. 1875 ; m. 1899 Kathleen Mary O'Callaghan, 
eldest dau. of the late Wyndham Pryse Lloyd, Esq., of 
Glansevin, Carmarthenshire, and has, with other issue, 
a son, »Henry, b. 1904. — AlU-y-ferin, Carmarthen. 

BATHURST, Earl (Seymour Henby Bat- 
HURST, C.M.G.).— Cr. 1772. 

Eldest son of Allen Alexander, 6th Earl, by his 1st 
wife the Hon. Meriel Leicester, who d. 1 872, 2nd dau. 
of George, 2nd Lord de Tabley (<?x<.) ; b. 1864 ; s. 1892 ; 
in. 1893 the Hon. Lilias Margaret Frances, only dau. 
of Algernon, 1st and only Lord Glenesk. Earl Bathurst, 
who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is 
a J.P. and D.L. for Gloucestershire, Hon. Col. 6th 
Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. 
ret. late Comm. 4th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., an 
Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, and Patron of 1 living ; 
was a Commandant on the Lines of Communications, 
with the temp, rank of Major, 1915-17. — Cirencester 
House. Gloucestershire ; Franks, Horton Kirby, Kent ,- 
Travellers', Carlton, Marlborough, and Pratt's Clubs, 
s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; 12, Belgrave Square, s.w. 
Heir, his son Allen Algernon Lord Apsley, D.S.O., M.O., 

Oant- B. Gloucestershire Hussars Yeo. ; educated at Eton : 

6. 1896. 

BATHURST, Evelyn Elizabeth Barnard, 
Countess. 
Only dau. of George James Barnard Hankey, Esq., of 
Fetcham Park, Surrey, who d. 1876, by Andalusia, who 
d. 1876, 2nd dau. of the late George Barclay, Esq., of 
Burford Lodge, Siu-rey; m. 1874 as 2nd wife Allen 
Alexander, 6th Earl Bathurst, who d. 1892. — 41, 
Lmondcs Square, s.w. ; St. Hilda, Sea View, I. of Wight. 

BATHURST, Sir Frederick Edward William 
HERVET-, Bart., D.S.O., of Somborne 
Park, Hampshire.— Cr. 1818. 
Eldest son of Sir Frederick Thomas Ai-thur Hervey- 
Bathurst, 4th Bart., by Ada, who d. 1914, only dau. 
of Sir John Sheppey Ribton, 3rd Bart, (ext.) ; 
b. 1870 ; s. 1900 ; m. 1st 1901 the Hon. Moira O'Brien 
(whom he div. 1912), 3rd dau. of Edward Donough, 
14th Lord Inchiquin; 2ndly 1910 Katharine Mary 
Delicia, eldest dau. of the late Alexander Dick- 
Cunyngham, Esq., and widow of John Henry Gathorne 
Ncvill, Esq., Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve. Sir 
Frederick Hervey-Bathurst, who was educated at Eton, ' 
isMajor Reserve of Officers, Capt. ret., late Grenadier 
Guards, and a Cavalier of the Order of the Crown 



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of Italy; was on tlio Porsonal Staff in Franco 1914-15, 
an Assistant Mil. Lauding Officer ;ind sulisequeiitly 
Mil. Landina: Officer 1915, and D.A.Q.M.G. Havre 
1915-19.— SumAorne Park, Stockhridge, Hants; Naval 
and Military Cluh, w. 

neir, his son Frederick Peter lletbueu, 6. 1903. 

BATHURST, Frederick Marlay, Esq., of 
Bawu, CO. Louth. 

Only son of the Ven. Frederick Bathurst, Archdeacon 
of iSedfora, Hon. Canon of Ely, and Vicar of Biggies- 
■wade, Bcdfnrdshii-o. who d. 1910, by his 1st wife 
Catharine Oeorgiana, who d. 1902, dau. of the late 
Eev. Calrert Fitzfferald Moore, Chaplain-in-Ordinary 
to H.JI. Queen Victoria; b. 1865; m. 1895 Mary 
Blanelie Fethcrstouhaugh, youngest dau. of the late 
Eupert Pennefather Fetherstonhaugh-Frampton, Esq., 
of Moreton House, Dorsetshire, and of Balrath, co. 
Westnieath. Mr. Bathurst was educated at Winchester. 
— Conservative Club, s.w. ; 66, Ashley Gardens, s.w. 



Nathaniel Prtgoe, Esq., of 
Dorsetshire ; and of Aldon, 



+ BATTEN", 

Upcerne, 

Somerset. 

Only surviving son of Col. John Mount Batten, C.B 
late 3rd Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., of Upcerne, an.] 
of Aldon, H.M.'s Lieut, for Dorsetshire, who d. 1916 
by his 1st wife Margaret Annie, who d. 1893, eldest 
dau. of the late Rev. John Brooks, Rector of Walton- 
le-Dale, Lancashire ; b. 1882. Mr. Batten is Lord of 

the Manor of Upcerne and Patron of 2 living.s. 

Upcerne, Dorchester, Dorsetshire ; Aldon, Yeovil. 



Somerset ; Mornington, Lodge, W. 



siiigton. 



BATHURST, Henry Vili.ebois, Esq., of 
Marhara House, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of Capt. Henry Bathurst, E. Welsh Fusiliers, 
who d. 1886, by Amy, dau. of the late Bernard Gran- 
ville, Esq., of Wellesbimrne Hall, Warwickshire ; A. 
1862 ; .«. his great-aunt. l-:ve :^Liria, 2nd d;iu. of the late 
Henry \'illebois, Ksq., of Marliaiii House, and wido^ 
Edmond Henry, Viscount (Ucntworth, and of Col. Hugh 
Smith Baillio, R. Horse Guards, 1903 ; is Lord of the 
Manor of Old Halt and Westacre; late Capt, 3rd Batt. 
R. Welsh Fusiliers. — Marham House, Dounham 
Market, Norfolk ; Carlton, and Junior Carlton Chtbs, 



BATHURST. See Bledisloe of Lydney, Lord. 

BATT, Charles Lyons, Esq., of Rathmullea 
House, CO. Donegal. 
Fifth son of Thomas Batt, Esq., of Rathmullen House, 
who d. 1897, by Charlotte, who d. 1905, eldest dau. of 
the late Ven. Edmond Dalrymple Hesketh Knox, Arch- 
deacon of Killaloe; 6. 1860. Mr. Batt, who was educated 
at Sydney Coll., Bath, is joint-owner of Rathmullen 
.House with his sister Alice Elizabeth. — Rathmullen 
House, Rathmullen, co. Donegal. 

BATTEN, Edmund Rodolphe CHISHOLM-, 
E.'iq., of Thornfalcon, Somerset ; and of 
Aigas Forest, Inverness-sliire. 

Third son of Lieut-Oul. James Forbes Chisholm-Batten, 
J. P., late .\rmy Pay Department, of Thornfalcon, and 
of .Aigas Forest, who d. 191 5, by Anne Douglas, vAiod. 
1917, eldest dau. of tlie late John de HaviUand Uter- 
marck, K?q., Bailiff of Guernsey, and widow of Capt. 
William Eothwell Potter ; h. 1887 ; s. his brother James 
Utermarck, Cliisholm-Batten, Esq., Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
Dorsetshire Regt., who was killed in action, 1915. 
Mr. Chisholm-Batten, who was educated at Woodcote, 
Pangbourne, Berkshire, and in H.M.S. ' Britannia,' 
was formerly Midshipman R.N., is Lord of the Manor 
of Thornfalcon.— r*o™/aieo», Taunton. 



3ATTEN, Mrs., of Lufton Manor, Somerset. 
Gladwys Mary (Mea), only child of Arthur Egerton 
Leigh, Esq., J.P., of The Manor House, Sherborne, 
Dorset, who d. 1914, by Mary Louisa Hay, youngest 
dau. of the late Eobert Hay Murray, Esq., of Spinfield, 
Bucks; m. 1913, as his 2nd wife, Herbert Phelips 
Batten, Esq., of Lufton Manor, a J.P. for Somerset, 
■who d. 19 18, leaving a dau., Bridget Evelyn Phelips. — 
Lufton Manor, Yeovil, Somerset. 



BATTEN-POOLL, Robert Pooll Henry, 
Esq., of Road, Somerset. 
Only son of Joseph Langford, Esq., of Vale House, 
Somerset, who d. 1873, by Anne Pooll, dau. of the late 
William Britton, Esq., of Corston, Somerset ; b. 1 850 ; 
m. 1879 Sophia Hastings, eldest dau. of the lato 
Duncan Macrae, Esq., of Kames Castle, I. of Bute, and 
has issue *Walter Stewart, Capt. N. Somerset Yeo. ; 
b. 1882. Mr. Batten-PooU, who assumed those 
surnames in 1871, is a J.P. for Wilts, a J.P. and 
D.L. for Somerset (High Sheriff 1896), and Lord of 
the Manors of Road and Wolverton ; late Capt. N. 

I Somerset Yeo. Cav. — Road Manor, Bath; Carlton, 

j a7id Junior Carlton Clubs, s.yi. 

BATTERSBT, George, Esq., of Longhbawn, 
CO. Westmeath. 

Eldest son of John Radcliff Battersby, Esq., J.P., of 
Lough bawn, who (/. 1912, by Augusta Helen, dau. of 
the late John Rynd, Esq., of Reynella, co. Westmeath ; 
b. 1877. — Loughbawn, near Collinstown, co. Westmeath. 

BATTERSBY, John Albert, Esq., of New- 
castle House, co. Meatli. 

Fourth son of Thomas Battersby, Esq., of Newcastle 
House, who d. 1887, by Henrietta Mary Anne, who d. 
1894, dau. of the late John Rotton, Esq. ; b. 186- ; 
m. 1890 Alice Isabella, who d. 1912, 2nd dau. of the 
late Charles John Battersby, Esq., J. P., of Cromlin, 
CO. Westmeath, and has 2 daus. Mr. Battersby is a 
J.P. for CO. Meath. — Newcastle House, Oldcastle, co. 
Meath. 

BATTERSEA, Lady. 

Constance, elder dau. of Sir Anthony de Rothschild, 1st 
Bart., who d. 1876, by Louisa, who d. 1910, younger 
dau. of the late Abraham Montefiore, Esq.; rn. 1877 
Cyril (Flower), 1st and only Lord Battersea (cr. 1892), 
vhod.s.p. 1907. — The Pleasaunce, Overstrand, Norfolk ; 
Aston Clinton, Tring; 10, Connaught Place, w. 

BATTIE-WRIGHTSON, Robert Cecil, Esq., 
of Cusworth Park, and Warmsworth Hall, 
Yorkshire. 
Only son of William Henry Battle- Wrightson, Esq., 
F.S.A., J.P. and D.L , of Cusworth Park, and Warms- 
worth Hall, who d. 1903, by Lady Isabella Georgiana 
Katherine, who d. 1917, eldest dau. of William 
AUeyne, 3rd Marquess of Exeter, P.O.; h. 1888; m. 
1914 Louie Evelyn, 2nd dau. of Henry Bunting, Esq., 
of Doncaster. Mr. Battle- Wrightson, who was educated 
privately, and was formerly Lieut. 6th Batt. K.O. 
Yorkshire L.I., is serving ■with Mechanical Transport, 
Army Service Corps, and is Lord of the Manors of 
Cusworth, Warmsworth, and Hurin'orth.on-Tees, and 
Patron of 3 \Wiags.— Cusworth Park, Doncaster; 
Warmsworth Hall, Doncaster ; Hurworth Manor, Dar- 
lington ; R. Automo/iilc Club, s.^w. ; 8, Hans Mansions, 
Basil Street, s.w. 

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BATTLEY, Lieut-Col. D'Oyly Cade, of Belve- 
dere Hall, CO. Wicklow. 
Eldest son of Major D'Oyly William Battley, 77tl-. 
Kegt., of Belvedere Hall, who d. 1887, by Margaret, dau. 
of the late W. Kdie, Esq., of Thorn Hill, co. Tyrone ; b. \ 
1841 ; m. 1868 Annie, w\w d. 1918, dau. of the late 
"William Henry Jackson, Esq., of Inane, co. Tipperary, 
and has had, with other issue, William D'Oyly (elder i 
Bon), Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers, 
late Dublin City R.F.A., Special Reserve ; o. 1870, ; 
and d. 1916. Lieut.-Col. Battley is a J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Wicklow (High Sheriff 1889) and a J.P. for 1 
cos. Cork and Dublin (High Sheriff 1911), and was ] 
formerly Lieut.-Col. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middle- 
sex Regt.) — Belvedere Hall, Bray; Constitutional CM, 
w.o. ,■ Hibernian United Service Club, Bublin. 

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BATTY, BspiNE FitzHeebeet, Esq., of Bally- 
healy, co. Westmeath. | 

Only sou of Espine Batty, Esq., of Stephen's Green, ] 
Dublin, who d. 1883, by his 3rd wife Maria, dau. 
of Robert Wilson, Esq. ; b. 1862; m. 1886 Emily 
Pauline, dau. of the Rev. Edward Isaac Haddock, Rector 
of Harlington, Middlesex, and has, with other issue, 
* Espine Robert EitzHerbert, b. 1888. Mr. Batty, who 
was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, and at C.C.C, I 
Cambridge (B.A. 1885), and was called to the Bar at 
King's Inns, Dublin, 1891, is a Magistrate for co. 
Westmeath. — Ballyhealy, Belvin, co. Westmeath. 

BATTYE, Capt. Lionel Richaed James Schole- 
FiELD, of SkeltonHall, and Crosland Manor, 
Yorkshire. 
Only son of Richard Battye, Esq., J.P., of Skelton 
Hall and Crosland Manor, who d. 1-873, by Frances, 
eldest dau. of the late James Jenkinson Bibby, Esq., 
of Hardwicke Grange, Shropshire ; 6.1867. Late Capt. 
13th Hussars. — 84, Cadogan Square, s.w. 

BATTYE. See Trcvor-Battye. 

BAUMGARTNER, of Island Hall, Hnnting- 
donshire. iSee Sevan. 

BAX-IRONSIDE, Sir Henry George Ohteam, 
K.C.M.G., F.Z.S., of HougMon-le-Spring, 
CO. Durham.— Cr. 1911. 
Only son of John Henry Bax-Ironside, Esq., C.B., 
of Houghton-le-Spring, who assumed the additional 
surname of Ironside by royal license in 1 866, under the 
will of his uncle, Capt. AVilliam Ironside, and who d. 
1879, by Sarah Elizabeth, who d. 1899, dau. of the late 
Major-Gen. Robert George Hughes, of Llynon Hall, 
CO. Anglesey; *. 1859; m. 1st 1902 Marta Hedvig 
Jaquette, who d. 1910, 2nd dau. of Count Fersen 
Gyldenstolpe ; 2ndly 1913 Fanny Agnes, 2nd dau. of 
Lieut.-Gen. Michael Weekes Willoughby, C.S.I. , u.s.l. 
Indian Army, and widow of James Jardine, Esq., K.C., 
and has a dau., Phyllis Helen Alice. Sir Henry Bax- 
Ironside, who was educated at Eton and at Exeter 
Coll., Oxford, and entered the Diplomatic Service 
1883, was Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni- 
potentiary at Santiago 1907-9, at Berne 1909-11, and 
at Sofia 1911-15. — Travellers', and Marlborough Clubs, 
' s.w. ; Si;. James's Club, w. ; 23, Grosvcnor Place, s.w. 

BAXENDALE, Mrs., of Preshaw House, 
Hampshire. 

Frances Margaret Julia, only surviving child of the 
Hon. Francis Scott, M.P., of Sendhurst Grange, Surrey, 
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who f?. 1884, by Julia Frances Laura, who d. 1868, only 
dau. of the late Rev. Charles Boultbee ; in. 1874 Joseph 
William Baxendale, Esq., of Preshaw House, a J.P. and 
D.L. for Hampshire (High Sheriff 1893) who d. 1915, 
leaving, with other issue, an only son, *Josepli Francis 
Noel, an Hon. Lieut, in the Army and Lieut.-Col. 
Hampshire Carabiniers Yeo. ; late Capt. 3rd Batt. 
Hampshire Regt.; educated at Eton and at Merton 
Coll., Oxford; b. 1877; m. 1906 Margaret Mary 
Helena, youngest dau. of the late Rev. Gilbert Vyvyan 
Heathcote, Rector of W. Deeping, Lincolnshire, and 
has 3 ia.ns.- -Preshavj House, Upkum, Hampshire. 

BAXTER, Sir George Washington, Bart.— 
Cr. 1918. 
Younger son of the Right Hon. William Edward 
Baxter, M.P., of Kincaldrum, Forfarshire, whod. 1890, 
by Janet, who (?. 1910, dau. of the late John Home Scott, 
Esq.; b. 1853; m. 1889 Edith, O.B.E., elder dau. of 
Major-Gen. James Lawtie Fagan, u.s.l., Indian Army. 
Sir George Baxter, who was educated at St. Andrews 
Univ. (Hon. LL.D. 1899), is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Dundee, a J.P. for Forfarshire, and a Manufacturer in 
Dundee. — Invereighty, Forfarshire ; Devonshire Club, 
s.w. ; Eautern Club, Dundee. 



BAXTER, Mary, Lady. 

Second dau. of the late Rev. Robert Wallace, Minister 
of New Row Presbyterian Church, Coleraine ; rii. 1892 
Sir William James Baxter, a J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Londonderry, President of the Agricultural and 
Industrial Association, Coleraine, and of the Coleraine 
Savings Bank, and Vice-President of the Ulster 
Liberal Association, who was formerly Chairman of 
the Coleraine Urban Council, and President of the 
Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland 1910-13, and who 
was cr. Knt. 1907 and d. 1918. — Avondale, Cole- 
raine, co, Londonderry. 

BAXTER, Edward Aemitstead, Esq., of Kin- 
caldrum, Forfarshire. 
Elder son of the Right Hon. William Edward Baxter, 
M.P., of Kincaldrum, who d. 1890, by Janet, who <?. 
1910, dau. of the late John Home Scott, Esq. ; b. 1848 ; 
m. 1879 Isobel, 2nd dau. of the late William Scott- 
Elliot, Esq., of Arkleton, Dumfriesshire, and has, with. 
other issue, * William Edward Elliot, i. 1880. Mr. 
Baxter, who was educated at St. Andrews, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for VoTiA.vsh.\re.—Kincahlrmn, Forfar, N.B. 



BAXTER, Edward Goerel, Esq., of Teasses, 
Fifeshire. 
Third son of Edward Baxter, Esq., of Kincaldr 
Forfarshire, and of Gilston, Fifeshire, who d. 1871, by 
his 3rd wife Jean, who d. 1899, dau. of the late Rev. 
John Paterson, D.D. ; b. 1855. Educated at Pembroke 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881) ; is a Magis- 
trate for Fifeshire. — Teasses, Lower Largo, N.B.; Cvford 
and Cambridge Club, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh. 

BAXTER, Fane Fleming, Esq., M.B.E., of 
Sibdon Castle, Shropsliire. 
Only son of Herbert Fleming Baxter, Esq., of Sibdon 
Castle, who d. 1905, by Maria Jane, who d. 1907, 
eldest dau. of the late Charles Frederick Hancock, 
Esq., of Hendon Hall, Middlesex; b. 1873; m. 1907 
Mary Scovill, dau. of the late Ambrose Ives Upson, 
Esq., U.S.A. Mr. Baxter, who was educated at Upping- 
ham and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge, is Joint Patron of 
Sibdon Garwood with Halford, Shropshire.— ^W«' 
Club,-w. ; 12, Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington,y{, 



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BAXTER, Major Noel Edward, of Gilston, 
Fifeshire. 
Eldest son of John Henry Baxter, Esq., J.P., of Gil- 
ston, who d. 1908, by his 1st wife Amy Constance 
Brewster, who d. 1881, dan. of the late Lieut.-Col. 
David Edward Macpherson, of Balavil, Inverness- 
shire; b. 1880. Major Baxter, who was educated at 
Eton, is Major Hampshire Eegt. — Army and j^avy 
Club, s.w. ; JS^ew Club, Edinburgh. 



BAYLEY, Sir Steuart Colvin, G.O.S.I., G.I.E. 
— Cr. K.C.S.I. 1878, G.C.S.I. 1911. 

Youngest son of the late William Butterworth Bayley, 
Esq., by Anne Augusta, dau. of the late William Jack- 
son, Esq., Registrar of the Supreme Court, Calcutta; 
b. 1836; m. 1860 Anna, dau. of the late Robert! 
Nesham Farquharson, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Sir Steuart 
Baylej', who was educated at Eton and at Hailey. ' 
bury Coll., was Commissioner of Patna 1873-4; 
appointed Secretary to the Government of Bengal 
1877, and Secretary to the Government of India (Home | 
Department), and Chief Commissioner at Assam 1878 ; 
was Resident at Hyderabad 1881-2 ; a Member of the j 
Council of the Governor-Gen. of India 1882-7 ; Lieut.- 
Governor of Bengal 1887-90; Secretary in Political f 
and Secret Dept. India Office 1890-6, and a Member, 
of the Council of the Secretary of State for India 1895 
-IWa.—Alheneum Club. s.w. ; 2, Cathcart Road, s.w. 



BAYLEY, Sir Chaele.? Stuart, G.C.I.E., 
K.C.S.I., I.S.O.— Cr. K.C.S.I. 1908, 
G.C.I.E. 1915. 

Only son of Capt. Daniel Bayley, H.E.I.C.S., who d. 
1901, by Isabella Frances, who d. 1908, elder dau. of 
the late William Henry Oakes, Esq., Bengal Civil 
Service; b. 1854; m. 1880 Sarah Constance, 2nd dau. 
of Major-Gen. Archibald Edwardes Campbell, u.s.l. 
Indian Army. Sir Charles Bayley, who was educated 
at Harrow and at Heidelberg, called to the Bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1877, and entered the Indian Civil 
Service 1877, was Agent to the Governor-Gen. in 
Central India 1900-5, Resident at Hyderabad 1905-1 1 , 
Lieut. Governorof Eastern Bengal and Assam 1911-12, 
and Lieut.-Governor of Bihar and Orissa 1912-15; 
appointed a Member of the Council of India 1915. — 
Aihentsum, and East India United Service Chibs, s.w. ; | 
1, Queen's Gate Terrace, s.w. 



Association of Great Britain and of the Midland 
Counties Institution of Engineers, Member Comite 
Britannique de la Croix Rouge fran^aise, temp. Hon. 
Capt. in the Army, a Knight of Grace of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem, Hon. Commandant (Lieut.-Col.) 
E. Yorkshire R.A.M.C. Vols., and Lord of the Manor 
of Awsworth; has the French Croix de Guerre. — 
Lenton Abbey, Beeston,- Nottinghamshire ; Hiimymnby 
Hall, Hast Yorkshire ; Reform, and B. Automobile 
Clubs, s.w. ; Htdl and East 'Riding Club, Hull ; Scar- 
borough Club, Scarborough; Notts County Club, 
Nottingham. 

BAYLEY, James, Esq., of Willa.ston Hall, 
Cheshire. 
Only son of John Salmon Bayley, Esq., of Willaston 
Hall, who d. 1859, by Maria (who m.. 2ndly 18— the Rev. 
Richard Henry Beaumont Lee, who d. 1869), youngest 
dau. of the late Rev. James Hayes, Vicar of Wyburn- 
bury, Cheshire; b. 1857 ; m. 1880 Ellen Barker, eldest 
dau. of George Andrews, Esq., and has, with another 
son and 5 daus., * James, Lieut.-Comra. ret. R.N. ; b. 
1880 ; m. 1907 Constance Theodora Mitford, youngest 
dau. of C. H. Ogbourne, Esq. Mr. Bayley is a J.P. 
for Cheshire. — Willaston Hall, Naniwich. 



BAYLEY, Richard William Winter, Esq., 
of Ballinderry, co. Westmeath. , 

Eldest siirvi^nng son of Edmond Kelly Bayley, Esq., 
D.L., of Rookwood, co. Roscommon, who d. 1898, by 
Catherine Mary, who d. 1906, dau. of the late William 
Winter, Esq., of Jersey; b. 1874; m. 1908 Elsie Irene, 
youngest dau. of the late James Thompson Harris, 
Esq., of Java, and has 2 daus. Mr. Bayley, who was 
educated at Marlborough Coll., is a J.P. for cos. 
Roscommon and Westmeath (High Sheriff 1902) ; 
late Capt. 3rd Batt. Essex Eegt. ; was temp. Capt. 
R.A.S.C. 1915-19.— Batli7iderry, Moate, co. West- 
meath; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

BAYLEY, Thomas Harold Readett, Esq., ot 
Langar Hall, Nottinghamshire. 
Ebier son of Thomas Bayley, Esq., M.P., J.P., of 
Langar Hall, Leuton Abbey, and Peverel House, 
Nottinghamshire, who d. 1906, by Annie Mary 
Bradley, who d. 1904, 2nd dau. and co-heiress of the 
late Henry Farmer, Esq., of Lenton, Nottingham- 
shire; b. 1876. Mr. Bayley was educated at Upping- 
ham. — Residence: North Lodge, Nottingham. 



BAYLEY, Sir Henry Dennis Readett, K.B.E., 
A.M.I.M.E., of Lenton Abbey, Notting- 
hamshire.— Cr. 1918. 
Younger son of Thomas Bayley, Esq., M.P., J. P., of 
Lenton Abbey, Langar Hall, and Peverel House, 
Nottinghamshire, who d. 1906, by Annie Mary 
Bradley, who d. 1904, 2nd dau. and co-heiress of the 
late Henry Farmer, Esq., of Lenton, Nottinghamshire ; 
*. 1878; m. 1903 Audrey Cecil, dau. of Sir John 
Turney, Knt., J.P., of GedHiig House, Nottingham- 
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Thomas 
Dennis Readett, b. 1906. Sir Henry Readett Bayley, 
who was educated at Uppingham, by Private Tutors, 
at the R. Agricultural Coll. and at St. Andrews, and 
was formerly a C.C. for Nottinghamshire, is a D.L. 
for the E. Riding of Yorkshire, a J.P. for Nottingham- 
shire, an Iron Master and Leather Manufacturer, 
Founder and Organizer of the " Dennis Bayley " 
Transport of Wounded Fund, a Governor of the 
British Ambulance Committee, a Member of the Joint 
War Committee of the British Red Cross and St. John 
of Jerusalem , of the Motor Ambulance and Collections 
Committees, of the Executive Council of the Mining 



BAYLEY. See Laurie, of Maxweltou. 

BAYLY, Major-Gen. Sir Alfred William 
Lambart, K.C.B.,K.C.M.G., C.S.I., D.S.O. 
— Cr. K.C.B. 1911, K.C.M.G. 1917. 

Youngest son of the late Major George Bayly, 35th 
Regt., by Eliza Sophia, who d. 1912, eldest dau. of 
the late Lieut.-Geu. H. Savage, R.E. ; b. 1856 ; m. 
Ist 1877 Ada Margaret, who d. 1880, dau. of the 
late Major-Gen. S. Thacker, Bombay Staff Corps: 
2ndly 1889 Eva, 6th dau. of tlie late John Naylor, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Leiphton TTiill, ^buitgomery- 

shire. Sir Alfred Bayly, wl - ! at Wei. 

lington Coll., is aMajor-tini ' ! i I > :ui Army, 
and Col. 126th Baluchistan J.,ii :.;\, in.: was an 
A.A.G. in India 1896-1903, A.lJ.C. to H.M. King 
Edward VII. 1902-6, A.Q.M.G. India 1903-4, D.A.G. 
N. Command 1904-5, Commandant of the Indian Staflf 
Coll. 1905-6, Secretary to the Government of India, 
Army Department, 1906-9, and served on the Staff 
\91&-li.-— United Service Club, s.w. 



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BAYLY, Adm. Sir Lewis, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., 
C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B. 1914, K.C.M.G. 1918. 

Third 6011 of Neville Saltraii Keats Bayly, Esq., of 
Bideford, Devonsliire, who d. 1867, by Henrietta 
Charlotte, -who rf. 1881, 4th dau. of the lateGen. Charles 
George Gordon, B.A. ; h. 1857 ; /«. 1892 Yves Henrietta 
Voyeey Stella, only dau. of tlie late Annesley Voysey, 
Esq. Sir Lewis Bayly is an Adm. ret. and a Comm. 
of the Legion of Honour ; was Commodore in command 
of Destroyers, Home Fleet, 1907-8; Naval A.D.C. to 
H.M. King Edward VII. 1908 ; in command of the E. 
Naval War Coll., Portsmouth, 1908-11, of the 1st 
Battle Cruiser Squadron 1911-13, of the 3rd Battle 
Squadron, with the Acting rank of Vice-Adm., 1913-14 
and of the Ist Battle Squadron 1914-15 ; President of 
the R. Naval Coll. Greenwich, 1915 and Commander.in- 
Chief Coast of Ireland 1918-19.— 68, Ebury Street, s.vf. 

BAYLY, Major Bdwaed Archibald Theodore, 
D.S.O., of Balljarthur, co Wicklow. 
Elder son of Lieut.-Col. Edward Richard Bayly, J.P. 
and D.L., formerly Comm. Wicklow Art. S. IHv. R.A., 
of Ballyarthur, who d. 1907, by Adelaide Alicia, eldest 
dau. of the late Col. Charles John Tottenham, of Plas 
Berwyn, Denbighshire, of Tottenham Green, co. Wex- 
ford, and of Woodstock, co. Wicklow ; b. 1877. Major 
Bayly, who w.as educated at Radley and at Univ. 
Coll., Oxford, is Major R. Welsh Fusiliers ; has the 
Order of the Nile, 3rd C\&ss.— Ballyarthur, Ovoca, co. 
Wicklow; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

BAYLY, Mrs., of Killough Castle, co. 
Tipperary. 
'Isabel, 3rd dau. of the late Charles Edward Davison, 
Esq., of London ; m. 1878 Edward Crosliie Bayly, Esq., 
late Capt. Tipperary L.I. Militia, of Killough Castle, 
a J.P. for COS. Tipperary, Waterford and Cork, who d. 
1917, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Edward Crofton 
Seton, an Engineer, E.N. ; educated at the High 
School, Dublin; b. ISSS.—KUhugh Castle, T/iurles, co. 
Tipperary. 

+BAYLY, Richard Edmond, Esq., of Debs- 
borough, CO. Tipperary. 

Second son of the late John Bayly, Elsq., J.P. andD.L., 
of Debsborough, by MaryAnue Charlotte, who d. 1870, 
youngest dau. of the late Daniel Barrington, Esq., of 
Limerick; A. 1859; s. his brother Capt. John Bayly, 
J.P., late Suffolk Eegt., 1912 ; ?«. 1909 Anna Selina, 
who d. 1911, eldest dau. of the late Edmund William 
Waller, Esq., C.E., of Ardtona, co. Dublin, and widow 
of Major William Arthur de Warrenue Waller, WeUing- 
ton, Nenagh, co. Tipperary, and has a son, * John, b. 
1910. — Debsboroiigh, Nenagh, co. Tipperary. 

BAYLY-VANDELEUR, Crofton Talbot, 
Esq., of Wardenstown, co. Westmeath. 
Eldest son of Maurice Rice Spring Bayly, Esq., who d. 
1900, by Jcanie Theodora, 2nd dau. of Capt. Hayes, 
formerly 44th Regt. ; b. 1881; s. the Hon. Mrs. 
Maletta Vandeleur, widow of his cousin Capt. Crofton 
Thomas Burton Vandeleur, J. P., late 12th Lancers, 
1910 and assumed the additional surname of Vande- 

. leur by royal license 1911 ; m. 1915 Euth Sidney, 
elder dau. of the late Abel John Layard, Esq., and 
has 2 daus. Mr. Bayly- Vandeleur was Lieut. N. 
Somerset Yeo. \^\b-\^.—Warden.stovm, Killucan, co. 
Westmeath. 

BAYNE MELDRUM, Charles, Esq., of Dura, 
and Balmungo, Fife. 
Youngest son of Alexander Meldrum, Esq., of Kin. 
caple, Fife, who d. 1866, by his 2ud wife Elizabeth, 
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who d. 1869, 3rd dau. of the late Col. Charles Maitland, 
of Rankeilour, Fife ; *. 1841 ; assumed the prefix sur- 
name of Bayne on s. his brotlior David Bayne 
Meldrum, Esq., of Dura, 1906 ; m. 1st 1871 Emma 
Maitland, who d. 1873, 2ud dau. of the late Frederick 
Lewis Roy, Esq., of Nenthorn, Berwickshire ; 2ndly 
1878 Christian, youngest dau. of the late John Mel- ; 
drum, Esq., of Pittormie, Fife, and has surviving issue ; 
4 daus. Mr. Bayne Meldrum, who was educated at St. | 
Andrews, is a J.P. for Fife. — Balmungo, St. Andrews, \ 
Fife. ' 

BAYNES, Sir Christopher William, BC— : 
Cr. 1801. 
Eldest sou of Sir William John Walter Baynes, 3rd ; 
Bt., by Margaret, who d. 1911, 3rd dau. of the late | 
Daniel Stuart, Esq., of Wykham Park. Oxfordshire ; i 
b. 1847 ; s. 1897 ; m. 1872 Amy Ruperta, who d 1919, \ 
elde.st dau. of the late Edward Colston, Esq., of i 
Roundway Park, Wiltshire. Sir Christopher Baynes 
was educated at Harrow. — Arthur's Club, s.w. ; 27, 
Lowndes Square, s.w. 

Heir, his son William Edward Colston, M.O., a Judge in 
the Ministry of Justice, Egypt, and Capt. Coldstream 
Guards, Special Reserve : called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 190U ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. and LL.B. 1897, M.A. and LL.M. 1903, 
LiceD0i6-en-droit Paris) ; b. 1876. 

BAZLBY, Sir Thomas Stafford, Bart., of 
Hatherop, Gloucestershire. — Cr. 1869. 
Elder son of Gardner Sebastian B.izley, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Hatherop Castle, who d.v.p. 1911, by Ruth 
Evelyn (who m. 2ndly 1913 Lieut.-Comm. Francis 
Charles Cadogan, R.N.), eldest dau. of the late Sir 
Edward Stafford Howard, K.C.B. (see Cadogan, vj 
Hatherop Castle); b. 1907; s. his grandfather Sir 
Thomas' Sebastian Bazley, 2nd -Bart., m'i.— Hatherop 
Castle, Fairford, Gloucestershire. 

Heir />/•«., his brother Authony Gardner, 6. 1911. 

BAZLEY, of Hatherop Castle, Gloucester- 
shire. See Cadogan. 



BEACH, Major Archibald Willlam Hicks, 
F.G.S., P.A.S.I., of Oakley Hall, and 
Oakley Manor, Hampshire. 
Elder son of the Right Hon. William Wither Bramston 
Beach, of Oakley Hall, and Oakley Manor, and of 
Keevil Manor, Wiltshire, who rf. 1901, by Caroline Chi- 
chester, who d. 1918, younger dau. of the late Col. 
Augustus Saltren Cleveland, of Tapeley Park, Devon- 
shire ; b. 1859 ; m. 1888 Violet Isabel Slingsby, who d. 
1891, elder dau. of the late Hon. Slingsby Bethell, 
C.B., and has, with 2 daus., a son, * William Guy 
Hicks, an Hon. Lieut, in the Army ; late Lieut. City 
of London (Rough Riders) Yeo.; b. 1891 ; m. 1914 
Fanny Murit-l, only dau. of Niuian B. Stewart, Esq., of 
Dnnloe, "Wemvsi^, Bay. Efufrewshire, and has a sou, 
» Michael ■\Vi'ili^im Bramston Hicks, b. 1919. Major 
Beach is a Magistrate tor Hampshire, Capt. and Hon. 
Major late 7th Bate. K.K. EiHe Corps (formerly Capt. 
King's R. Rifle Corps), Lord of the Manors of Deane 
and Oakley, Hampshire, and Patron of 1 living. — 
Oakley Manor Basingstoke; Naval and Military 
Club, w. 

BEACH, William Feedeeick HICKS, Esq., 
of Witcombe Park, Gloucestershire, 
younger son of Sir Michael Hicks Hicks Beach, 8th 
Bart., of Williamstrip, Gloucestershire, who d. 1854, 
by Harriet Vittoria, who d. 1900, dau. of the late John 
Stratton, Esq., of Farthinghoe Lodge, Northampton, 
shire; b. 1841 ; m. 1st 1865 Elizabeth Caroline, who d. 



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1901, dau. of the late Thomas Tjrwhitt-Drake, Esq., 
of SharJeloes, Bucks; 2ndly 1903 Susau, dau. of the i 
late Adm. Henry Christian, M.V.O., and has issue 
(sie under St. Aldwyn, Earl). Mr. Hicks Beach, who 
was educated at ?:ton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is 
a J. P. and C. Aid. for Gloucestershire, Lord of the 
Jlanors of Great Witcombe, Cranham, and Buckle ■ 
"Wood, and Patron of 1 living; sat as M.P. for 
the Tewkesbury Uiv. of Gloucestershire 1916-18.— 
Witcombe Park, Gloucester. ' 

BEACH. See St. Aldwyn, Earl. ' 

BEACHCROPT, Sir (Richard) Meltill, Knt. 
— Cr. 1904. ; 

Eldest son of Richard Beachcroft, Esq., who d. IS'i'l, 
by Henrietta, who d. 1900, dau. of the late Sir James ' 
Cosmo Melvill, K.C.B. ; b. 1846 ; m. 1877 Charlotte 
Emily, 3rd dau. of the late Robert Maurice Bomior- 
Maurice, Esq., of Bodynfoel, Montgomeryshire. Sir 
Melvill Beachcroft, who was educated at Harrow, 
and admitted a Solicitor 1868, is Solicitor to Christ's 
Hospital, and was an original Member of the London 
C.C, of which he was an Aid. 1892-8, Deputy-Chair- 
man 1896, Vice-Chairman 1897, and Chairman 1909-10, 
1st Chairman of the Metropolitan Water Board 1903-8 
and a Master of the Clothworkers' Co. 1913-14.— 
Littlemount, Cookhani Dean, Berkshire ; Conservative 
Uuh, s.-w. ; Alpine Club, w. 

+ BEADNELL, Capt. He»ry Hugh Mosttn, ^ 
of Gogart.h, Montgomeryshire. ; 

Elder son of Henry Christopher Thomas Beadnell, Esq., 
J.P., of Gogarlh, who d. 1904, by Matilda Jane, who 
d. 1911, 2nd dau. of the late John Marsh, Esq., of 
Carno, Montgomeryshire; b. 1870; ?«. 1901 Mary 
Winifred, dau. of the Rev. Edgar Nembhard Thwaites, 
Rector of Fisherton-Anger, Wiltshire, and has, with | 
other issue, a son, * Henry Charles Edgar Marsh, I 
b. 1911. Capt. Beadnell, who was formerly Capt. 
3rd Batt. R. Welsh Fusiliers, is an Hon. Capt. in the ; 
Army. — Gogarth, Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire. Eesi- i 
dence : The Maples, Comax, Vancouver Island, British 
Columbia. 

BEADON,Mrs.,ofNewsham Hall, co.Durljam. 

Marian Eva Hustler, only dau. of the Rev. Reginald 
Edward Beaumont, who d. 1890, by Marian, who d. 
1893, only child of the late William Thomas Hustler 
Esq., of Newsham Hall, of Acklam Hall, Yorkshire ; 
and of Sladnor Park, Devonshire ; s. her grandfather 
bydeedof gift 1908; »«. 1908 Capt. Frederick Scarth 
Beadon, M.C., temp. Capt. 18th (Service) Batt. Dur- 
ham L.I., and has, with other issue, a son, *Frederick 
Guy, b. 1918.— Xeu'shatu Hall, Winston, Darlington. 

BEADON. See Hammet-Ecadon. 

BEALE, Sir William Phipson, Bart., K.C., 
F.G.S., F.C.S., of Drumlamford, Ayr-' 
shire.— Cr. 1912. 

Eldest son of William John Bealo, Esq., J.P., of Bryu- 
tirion, Merionethshire, who d. 1883, by Martha, wlio 
d. 1883, younger dau. of the late William Phipson, 
Esq., of Westbourne, Edgbaston ; b. 1839; m. 1869 
Mary, elder dau. of the late William Thompson, Esq., of 
Sydney, N.S.W. Sir William Beale, who was educ;ited J 
in Birmingham, Heidelberg, and Paris, called to the 
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1867, appointed a G.C. 1888 and 
elected a Bencher 1892, sat as M.P. for the S. Div. ' 
of Ayrshire 1S06-18. — Drumlamford, Burrhill, Ayr.\ 
shire; Beform, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. ; 
Savile Club, w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; 2, Whitehall 
Court, s.yf.; 6, Stotie Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, w.c. [ 



BEALE, Sir John Field, K.B.E.— Cr. 1918. 

Eldest son of James Samuel Beale, Esq., of Standen, 
East Grinstead, who d. 1912, by Jlirgaret, dau. of the 
late Algernon Sydney F'eld, Esq., of Leamington; b. 
1874; tn. 1901 Daisy, dau. of James Aylward Game, 
Esq. Sir John Beale, who was educated at Harrow 
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1896), and 
admitted a Solicitor 1899, and was formerly Vice- 
Chairman of the R. Commission on Wheat Supplies, 
Chairman of the Allied Wheat Executive, Permanent 
Secretary to the JMinistry of Food, and Chairman 
and Principal British Representative of the Committee 
of Representation of the Inter-Allied Food Council 
1918 -19, is an Officer of the Legion of Honour, and a 
Comm. of the Italian Order of the Crown ; appointed 
a Member of the Food Council IQIS.— Junior Carlton 
Club,s.w.:'R. Cruising Club, w.; R. Norfolk and Suffolk 
Yacht Cl.uh, Lowestoft ; 49, Porchcster Terrace, w. 

BEALE-BROVyNE,Lieut.-Col. Desmond John 
Edward, D.S.O., of Crotta, co. Kerry. 
Eldest son of John Beale- Browne, Esq., who d. 1874 
(by Charlotte Sophia, who </. 1901, dau. of the late 
John Henry Cancellor, Esq.), and grandson of the 
late Thomas Beale-Browne, Esq., of Salperton Park, 
Gloucestershire; b. 1870; m. 1916 Ethel Alexander, 
dau. of Mrs. E. F. Jowers, of Birch House, Hayward's 
Heath. Lieut.-Col. Beale-Bruwue, who was educated 
at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is Lieut.-Col. 
9th Lancers ; appointed to command 2nd Cav. Brigade, 
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1915 and a 
Commandant at Headquarters 1919. — Naval and 
Military, and Cavalry Clubs, w. 

BEAMAN, Sir Frank Clement Offley, 
Knt.— Cr. 1917. 

Sou of Deputy .Surgvon-Geu. Beaman, I. M.S. ; b. 

18o8; /«. 1881 Caroline Emily, dau. of Banks, 

Esq. Sir Frank Br:,.iKiii, who was iducatLd at Bedford 
Grammar -Ji-I :;vi ai QiU'i'u's Coll., Oxford, and 
entert-.l : 1 < v<] Srrvicr 1877. was .^pfoia! 

Settlfiii. !:■ >';'.: l; ..la. 1886-90; Assistant Judge 
1890-1 . .J:;-l ..nl .A- i-i,.nl to Political Agiiit. Kathia- 
war, 1891-6; Judge and Sessions Judge 1896-1904; 
Judical Commissioner and Judge of Sadar Court, 
Sind. 1904-7, and a Puisne Judge of the High Court 
of Judicature, Bombay, 1907-18.— Malabar Hill. Bom- 
bay, India; Reform, and East India United Service 
Clubs, s.w. 

BEAMISH, Frederick Chaloner, Esq., M.C., 
of Halfway Street House, Kent. 
Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Edward Spread Beamish, 
R.A., J.P., who d. 1892, by Diana Spencer, who d. 1903, 
2nd dau. of the late Frederick Mortimer Lewin, Esq., 
J.P., of Halfway Street House, and of The HoUies, 
Kent; b. 1870; m. 1905 Eliza Georgina Campbell, 
only dau. of John Campbell Dick, Esq., of Dudswell, 
Hertfordshire, and has a dau., Lisette Frederica Helen 
Chaloner. IVLr. Beamish,. who was formerly Lieut. 
R. AVest Kent Regt., is temp. Capt. King's African 
Rifles. — Residence: Dunmanway, Lombard's Drift, 
Bloemfontein, Orange River Colony; United Sports' 
Club, s.w. ; United Service Club, Bloemfontein. 

-I- BEAMISH, North Ludlow Axel, Esq., of 
Ashgrove, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of Col. North Ludlow Beamish, K.H., 
F.R.S., J.P., of Ann Mount, co. Cork, who d. 
1872, by Aline Marie, who d. 1900, dau. of the late 
Rev. John Eric Forsstrom, M.A. ; b. 1842; m. 1869 
Edith Annie, eldest dau. of the late Rev. William 
. 87 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Bea 



Hamilton Thompson, Eector of Stoko Dry, and li; 
another son, * Ludlow Hamilton, b. 1871. Mr. Be 
who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B. A. 
is a J.P. for co. Cork— Ashgrove, Qii 



Esq., 



nish. Esq., D.L., of 
l;i Elizabeth Con- 
i of the late Charles 



BEAMISH, EicHARD Heneik, 
bourne, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of Richard Pigott Bpa 
Ashbourne, who d. 1899, by Hn 
stance, who d. 1892, dau. and heircs 
Gustavus Mossander, of Stoekhohn ; h. 1861 ; m. 1903 
(marriage dissolved 191f.) Violet Edith, only child of 

the late Gen. Gilbert, and has, with other issue, a 

son *Riehard Pigott, b. 1909. Mr. Beamish is a J.P. 
and D.L. for the City of Cork and was High Shenfl 
1906 and \m.— Ashbourne, near Cork; Beform Club, 



BEAN, Sir George, Kut.— Cr. 1919. 

B. 1885 ; in. 1879 , only dau. of the late John 

Harper, Esq., of Dudley, Sir George Bean is a J-t"-!"!' 
Worcestershire; a J.P. for and an Aid. of the Town 
Council of Dudley (Mayor 1908-9, and 1911-13); 
Joint Manager of the National Projectde 1-aetory at 
Dudley ; a Governor of the Dudley Guest Hospital 
and Trustee of the K.U. Dudley's House for the poor 
of Dudley.— OaMa»i Lodge, Dudley. 

BEAN, Alfred William Thomas, Esq., of 
Danson tark, Kent. 
Eldest son of Alfred William Bean, Esq., of Danson 
Park who was a Magistrate for Kent, and who d. 
1890 by Anne, dau. of the late T. Jackson, Esq., of 
Eltham, Kent; b. 1864; m. 1884 Kate, who A 1905, 
3rd dau. of Sir John Aird, 1st Bart— X»a«so» FarTc, 
near Bexlet/ ; 52, Porckester Terrace, Hyde Park, w. 

BBARCROFT, Col. Edward Hugh, C.B., of 
Mere Hall, Worcestershire. 
Only son of Edward Bearcroft, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Mere Hall, who </. 1886, by Eliza, dau. of the late 
Col. John Colby, of Fynone, co. Pembroke ; b. 1852; 
m 1877 Catharine Elizabeth, only dau. of the late Oapt. 
Grismond Philipps, of Cwmgwilly, co. Carmarthen. 
Educated at Eton ; is a Magistrate for co. Worcester, 
an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, and Lieut.-Col. and 
Hon Col. ret., late Comm. 6th Batt. Worcestershire 
liegt. — Mere Hall, Broitwich ; Junior United Sendee 
Club. s.w. 



:.with BEARDSELL, Sir William Arthur, Knt.— 
mish,l Cr. 1919. „ , 

^•53). I Eldest son of the late Joseph Beurdsell, Esq., of Stock- 
Cork. I ^. j^ 1865^ gjr William Beardsell, who was edu- 

cated at Manchester Grammar School, and was Sheriff 
of Madras 1918-19, is Managing Director of Messrs. 
W. A. Beardsell & Co. Ltd., Merchants, Madras.— 
Fffmore House, Madras, India ; Madras, and Adyar 
Clubs. Madras. 



Ash- 



BEATSON, Sir George Thomas, K.C.B., 
K.B.E.-Cr. K.C.B. 1907, K.B.E. 1918. 

Eldest son of Sui-geon-Gen. George Stewart Beatson, 
C.B., Hon. Physician to H.M. Queen Victoria, ot 
Campbeltown, ArgyUshire,who d. 1874, by Mary Jane, 
who d. 1866, only dau. of the late Col. Cochrane, 
Ceylon Rifles ; b. 1848. Sir George Beatson, who 
was educated at King William's Coll., Isle of Man, at 
Clare Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870), and at Edinburgh 
Univ (M.B. and M.C. 1874, M.D. 1878, L.R.C.S. 
Edinburgh 1874), is a D.L. for the co. of the City of 
Glasgow, Col. ret., late Comm. Glasgow Cos. E. Army 
Medical Corps Vols., V.D. ; Hon. Consulting Surgeon 
of the Glasgow Western Infirmary ; Senior Surgeon of 
the Glasgow Cancer Hospital; Chairman of the 
Council of the Scottish Branch of the British Red 
Cross Society; a Member of the British Central Red 
Cross Council and an Hon. Associate of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem ; was Administrative Medical 
Officer, Lowland Div., Territorial Force, 1908-12.— 
7, Woodside Crescent, Glasgow ; Junior Cons/itutimal 
Club, w. ; Western Club, Glasgow ; Scottish Conservative 
Club, Edinburgh. 

BEATSON, Lady. 

Edith Cecil, dan. of Lient.-Gen. Sir AVilliam Kid.ston 
Elles. K.C.B., who d. 1896, by Eleanor Noble, who d. 
1919, dau. of the late George Warre, Esq. ; m. 1889 
Major Gen. Sir Stuart Brownlow Beatson, a Major-Gen. 
u s.l. Indian Army, who was Brigadier-Gen. in command 
of a Mobile Column in S. Africa 1901-2, Inspector-Gen. 
of the Imperial Service Troops in India 1900-7, an 
Extra Equerry to King George V. (then I'rince of 
Wales) 1906-10 and to H.M. 1910-14, and Private 
Secretary to H.M. Queen Mary, during the royal tour, 
1911-12, and who was cr. K.C.S.L 1906, K.C.B. 1910, 
K.C.V.O. 1912, and d. 1914.-75, Portland Court, w. 



BEARD, Sir Lewis, Knt, 



Chi 



-Cr. 1919. 

Benrd, LL.D., of Li- 

■.■,S „ . Isnci'l.M'l-ttf A-,n!Sta, 

■ 1. ;:' •. -, 1^ . I i;,!ings 

I, . . :,, , .J.'., I) . ■,..-..: I'Mted 

1m..;. I,;v. r, I.:ii..i :.i I'niiity 

issl 1, au.l .-idmitted a ,s„licitor 

ad Clerk of the Peace of Black- 

of the Law Committee of the 

Scarsgarth, 



Only son of the Re 

pool, whod. 1S8:" ; 

dau. of the \-a\- ! 

Island, S.Caruln:, 

at the R. Instil n' ■ 

ColL, Cambridge (!'> 

1894, is Town CUnl 

burn, and a Memb. 

Municipal Corporations' Association. ■ 

Alexandra Boad, Blackburn, Lancashire. 

BBARDMORB, Sir WiLtuii, Bart.— Or. 
1914. 

Son of the late William Beardmore, Esq., of Parkhead, 
Glasgow; b. 1856; m. 1902 Elspeth Stiven, eldest 
dau. of David TuUis, Esq., of Glencairn, Rntherglen. 
Sir William Beardmore is a D.L. for the co. of the City 
of Glasgow, Chairman of William Beardmore & Co. 
Ltd., Engineers, Ordnance Manufacturers, and Ship- 
builders,°of Glasgow, Dalmuir and London, and a 
Director of Vickers Ltd., kc.—Flichity, Inverness-s/nre. 
88 • 



BEATSON-BELL, Sir 
K.C.I.E., C.S.I.— Cr 
B 1867; »«. 1911 Je'""i 
Campbell Arbuthuott, Esq 
Beatson- Bell, who was cducat 
and at Balliol Coll., OxfurJ 
ly M.E.C. 



Nicholas Dodd, 
1919. 

■, eldest dau. of John 
, CLE. Sir Nicholas 
d at Edinburgh Academy 
and entered the I.C.S. 

_ Mid M.L.G. Bengal, and 

Director of Land Records and Agriculture 1905-6 ; is 
Commissioner of Laud Revenue aud Director of Land 
Records and Agriculture, AiSi\m.—S/iillong, Assam, 
India; University Club, Edinburgh. 



BEATSON-BELL, Lieut.-Col. John, of Kil- 
duncan, Fife. 
Eldest son of Andrew Beatson-Bell, Esq., J.P., of 
Kilduncan, who d. 1913, by Mary, dau. of the late 
Nicholas Dodd, Esq., of Bellshield, Northumberland ; 
b. 1866; m. 1893 Mary H.arriet.dau. of the late George 
Thomas Balfour-Kinnear, Esq., of Birstane, and Cross, 
Orkney, and has, with other issue, a son, * Andrew, 
Lieut, and temp. Capt. Alexandra. Princess of Wales's 
Own Yorkshire Regt. ; educated at Edinburgh Academy 
and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1894. Lieut.- 
Col Beatson-Bell, who was educated at Edinburgh 
Academy and Univ. (M.A. 1886), is Lieut.-Col. Indian 



Bea] 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



[Bea 



Array, and has been Deputj Judge Advocate- Geu., N, 
Army, since 1910. — Residence: Murrce, India; Cate- 
(Ionian United Service Club, Edinhur^k. 

BEATTIE. See Stcwart-Beattie. 



BEATTT, Adm. of the Fleet Sir Dayid, G.C.B., 
G.C.V.O., D.S.O., O.M.— Or. K.C.B. 1914, 
K.C.V.O. 1916, G.C.B. 1916, G.C.V.O. 
1917. 

Second son of Capt. Dayid Longfield Beatty, 4th 
Hussars, of Borodale, eo. Wexford, who d. 1904, by his 
let wife Edith, wlio d. 1896, dau. of the late Ilichard 
Sadleir, Esq., of Dunboyne, co. Meath; b. 1871 ; m. 
1901 Ethel, only dau. of the late Marshall Field, Esq., 
of Chicago, U.S.A. Sir David Beatty, who was edu- 
cated at the R. Naval Academy, Gosport (Hon. D.C.L. 
Oxford 1919), is an Adm. of the Fleet and a Grand 
Officer of the Legion of Honour and of the Mil. Order 
of Savoy ; was Naval A.D.C. to H.jM. King Edward 
VII. 1908-10; Naval Secretary to the 1st Lord of the 
Admiralty 1912, and in command of the 1st Battle 
Cruiser Squadron 1913-16 and of the Grand Fleet 
1916-19; elected Lord Rector of Edinburgh Univ. 
1917 ; has the Grand Cross of the Roumanian Order 
of the Star, and of the Greek Order of th-e Redeemer, 
the Grand Cordon of the Rising Sun of Japan, and of 
Leopold of Belgium, the Orders of the Medjidie, 4th 
Class, and St. George of Russia, 4th Class, and the 
French Croix de Guerre. — Broolshy Hall, near 
Leicester; Naval and Militarj/, and Turf Clubs, w. ; 
Athenaum Club, s.w. ; li. Yacht Sqttadron, Cowes ; 
Hanover Lodge, Hanover Gate, Regent's Park, N.w. 



BEATTY, Charles Robeet Longfield, Esq., 
of Borodale, co. Wexford. 
Only son of Major Charles Harold Longfield Beatty, 
D.S'.O., late 6th Batt. R. Warwickshire Regt., of Boro- 
dale, temp. Major in the Army, who d. (of wounds 
received in action) 1917, by Lucy Alice, eldest dau. of 
the late Edward Beck, Esq., of Gippsland, Victoria, and 
widow of Brevet-Major John Shakespear Langlands, 
llxfordshire L.I. ; b. 1910. — Borodale, Enniscorthy, co. 
Wexford; Oakfield, Atherstone. 



BEAUCHAMP, Earl (William Ltgon 
K.G., K.C.M.G., B.C.).— Cr. 1815. 

Eldest son of Frederick, 6th Earl, by his 1st wife 
Lady Mary Catharine, who d. 1876, only dau. of 
Philip Henry, 5th Earl Stanhope; h. 1872; s. 1891, 
■m. 1902 Lady Lettiee Mary Elizabeth Grosvenor, 
a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
younger dau. of Victor Alexander, Earl Grosvenor, and 
sister of the 2nd Duke of Westminster. Earl Beau- 
champ, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, is H.M.'s Lieut, for Gloucestershire, a J.P. 
and D.L. for Worcestershire; Hon. Col. 2ud S. Mid- 
land Brigade R.F.A., Territorial Force, and 5th 
(Cinque Ports) Batt. R. Sussex Regt., a Knight of 
Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and 
Patron of 6 livings ; was Mayor of Worcester 1895-6, a 
Member of the London School Board 1897-9, Governor 
of N.S.W. 1899-1901; Capt. of the Hon. Corps 
of Gentlemen-at-Arms 1906-7 ; Lord Steward of 
H.M.'s Household 1907-10; Lord President of the 
Council 1910 ; First Commissioner of Works 1910-14 
and Lord President of the Council 1914-15; ap- 
pointed an Ecclesiastical Commissioner 1911, and [ 
Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports 1913; has the Grand 
Cross of the Order of the Northern Star of Sweden, ! 
and of the Portuguese Order of Christ, and the Order 
of the Red Eagle of Germany, 1st Class. — Madresjield^ 



Court, Malvern Link; Walmer Castle, Walmer ; 
Travellers' Club, s.w. ; Halkgn House, 13, Belqravt 
Square, s.w. 

Heir, bis sou William, Viscount Elmley ; 6. 1903. 



BEAUCHAMP, Emily Annora Charlotte, 
Countess. 
Elder dau. of Sydney William Herbert, 3rd Earl 
Manvers, who d. 1900, by Georgine Jane Elizabeth 
Fanny de Franquetot, who d. 1910, 2nd dau. of the 
late Augustin Louis Joseph Casimir Gustave, Due de 
Coigny; m. 1878 as 2nd wife Frederick, 6th Earl 
Beauchamp, who d. 1891.— 41, Eaton Square, s.w. 

BEAUCHAMP, tlie Rev. Sir Montagu Haekt 
PROCTOR-, Bart.— Cr. 1744-5. 
Fourth son of Sir Thomas William Brograve Proctor- 
Beauchamp, 4th Bart., of Langley Park, Norfolk, who 
d. 1874, by the Hon. Caroline Esther, who d. 1898, 
younger dau. of Granville George, 2ud Lord Radstock ; 
b. 1860 ; s. his brother Col. Sir Horace George Proctor- 
Beauchamp, 6th Bart., late 20th Hussars, temp. Lieut. - 
Col. 5th Batt. Norfolk Regt., who was killed in action, 
1915 ; m. 1892 Florence, dau. of the late Robert 
Barclay, Esq., of Reigate, Surrey. Sir Montagu 
Proctor-Beauchamp, who was educated at Repton and 
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1914), 
and was a Missionary of the China Inland Mission, 
W. China, 1885-1910, has been Vicar of Monkton 
Combe, Bath, since 1914 and is temp. Chaplain to the 
Forces, 2nd Class. — The Vicarage, Monkton Combe, 
Bath. 

Heir, Lis son Ivor Outhbert, b. 1900. 



BEAUCHAMP, Sir Edward, Bart.— Cr. 1911. 

Second son of the Rev. William Henry Beauchamp, 
Rector of Chedgrave, and Incumbent of Langley, 
Norfolk, who d. 1853, by Augusta, who d. 1881, dau. 
of the late Dr. Thomas Arnold, of Stamford ; b. 1849 ; 
m. 1st 1875 Francis Mary, who d. 1886, eldest dau. of 
the late James Stephen, Esq., LL.D., formerly a Judge 
of County Courts; 2udly 1890 Betty Campbell, 2nd 
dau. of the late Archibald Woods, Esq., of Columbus, 
Ohio, U.S.A., and has had 2 sons, of whom the elder, 
Edward Archibald, Lieut. Coldstream Guards, b. 1891, 
was killed in action 1914. Sir Edward Beauchamp is 
a Magistrate for Norfolk and a Member of Lloyd's 
(Chairman 1905 and 1913); was formerly a Midship- 
man R.N., and M.P. for the Lowestoft Div. of Suffolk 
1906-Jan. 1910 and has been since Dec. 1910. — Utiion 
Clid>,s.-vi.; 26, Grosvenor Place, s.w. 

Special 1 



BEAUCHAMP, Major (temp. Col.) Sir Frank, 
Bart., C.B.E.— Cr. 1918. 

Eldest son of William Beauchamp, Esq. , of Norton Hall, 
near Bath, whod. 1894 ; b, 1866 ; m. 1897 Mabel Con- 
stance, dau. of the late James Norman Bannon, Esq., of 
New Romney, Kent. Sir Frank Beauchamp, who was 
educated privately, is a J.P. and C.C. for Somerset and 
temp. Col. on the Gen. Staff, late R.A.S.C. ; was 
formerly Capt. and Hon. Major 4th Batt. Somerset L.I., 
and Inspector-Gen. of Q.M.G.'s Services, S. Command, 
withthe temp, rankof Col., 1916-18; appointed Acting 
A.G.M.G. in America 1918.— Woodboro«ffh House, 
Camerton, Bath; Carlton Club, s.w.; Bath and County 
Club, Bath. 

Heir, his sou Douglas Olifford, is being educated at Eton ; 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



CBea 



and grandnephew of the late Henry Beaufoy, Esq., 
M.P.; b. ISo-l; m. 188i Mildred Scott, dan. of Kobert 
Tait, Esq., and has, with otherissue, a son, »Henry Mark, 
temp. Lieut, at Recruiting Office, Portsmouth; late 
Lieut. R. Wiltshire Yeo. ; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Coll.,Cambridge ; b. 1887 ; m. 1911 Gwendolyn, 
younger dan. of the late Charles Arthur Wood, 



,of 



BEAUCHAMP, Edmund Beauchamp, Esq., of, 
Trevince, Cornwall. 
Elder son oftheEev.MarwoodTucker, M.A., of Coryton 
Park, Devon, who d. 1894, by his 1st wife Anne Cran- 
mer, of Trevince, who d. 1840, dau. of the late Edmund 
Nagle, Esq. ; b. 1833 ; m. 1st 1857 Maria Sadleir, 
who d. 1870, 2nd dau. of the late Burton Persse, Esq., 
ofMoyode Castle, co. Galway ; 2ndly 1873 Gertrude, 
who d. 1876, 3rd dau. of the late Dudley Persse, Esq., 
of Eorborough, co. Galway ; 3rdly 1877 Louisa Ellen, \ 
dau. of the late Rev. Harry Longueville Jones, and has, j 
with other issue, an only son, * Charles Howard, b. I 
1881 ; m. 1911 Grace Eileen, only dau. of the late j 
Charles Edward Bonner, Esq.,ofLismuUen, Worthing, ; 
and has a son, * Howard Longueville Dillon, h 1913 j gjj » ttMONT Baroness (MONA JOSEPHINE 
Mr. Beauchamp, who was educated at Winchester, and , rsiiilUiViWPi i, ^^'""^j ^ ^ p -, oaq q 
assumed the surname of Beauchamp in 1874, was! TeMPEST FitZALAN-HowaKD).— Or. 1^08-9. 

formerly Lieut. 59tli Eegt., and is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Cornwall (High Sheriff n-,i)).— Trevince , Eedruth. 



Little Woodcote, Kenilworth, and has a dau., Pme 
Marcia. Mr. Beaufoy, who was educated at Eton and 
at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is a J.P. for Wilts (High 
Sheriff 1900), for Surrey, and for the co. of London, and 
was M.P. for Kennington 1889-95.- Coombe House, 
Shaftesbury; New University Club, s.w. ; Kentiel 
Club, w. 



BEAUCHAMP. See Barker-Hahlo. 

BEAUCLEEK, of Little Grimsby Hall, 
Lincolnshire. See Greig. 

BBAUCLERK. See St. Albans, Duke of. 



Elder dau. of Miles (Stapleton>, 10th Lord, who d. 
1895, by Ethel Mary, only surviving child of Sir 
Charles Henry Tempest, 1st and only Bart., of Heaton ; 
m. 1914 Capt. the Hon. Bernard Edward Fitzalan- 
Howard {^whom see under Boimrd of Glossop, Lord). 
The abeyance of this Barony was terminated in her 
favour 1896. — Carlton Towers, Carlton E.S.O., 
Yorkshire. 
\ Heir, her son Miles Francis, b. 1916. 

BEAUMONT, Violet Mart Louise, Lady, 
O.B.E. 

Only dau. of Frederick Wootton Isaacson, Esq., M.P., 
who d. 1898, by Elizabeth Marie Louise, who d. 1913, 
only dau. of the late Herr Stephen Jiiger, of Frank- 
fort ; m. 1888 Henry, 9th Lord Beaumont, who d.s.p. 
1892.— Slindon House, Arundel, Sussex; 49, Eaton 
Place, s.w. 



BBAUEORT, Duke of (Hesky Adelbert 
Wellington FiTzRoY Somerset).— Cr.l682. 

Eldest son of Henry, Sth Duke, E.G., by Lady 
Georgiana Charlotte, who d. 1906, eldest dau. of 
Richard William Penn, 1st Earl Howe; J. 1847 ; s. 
1899; m. 1895 Louise Emily, a Lady of Grace of 
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, younger dau. of the 

':^^^^:i^'^t^^'^:^o^^. "rZ I BBAUMONT,^. George^ Arthur Hamilton 

Duke of Beaufort, who was educated at Eton, is | 
Hereditary Keeper of Raglan Castle, a J.P. and D.L. I 
for Gloucestershire and for Monmouthshire, a D.L. for 
Breconshire, Hon. Col., late Col. Comm. Gloucestershire I 
Yeo., T.D., High Steward of Bristol and of Gloucester, ; 
and Patron of 24 livings; late Capt. R. Horse Guards; | 
was A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1899-1901, to King 
Edward VII. 1901-10, and to H.M. King George V. 

1910-18. Badminton Hotise, Badminton R.S.O.,\ 

Gloucestershire; Llangattock Park, Crickhowell, Brecon- \ 

shire ; Carlton, Marlborough, and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; j 

Turf' Club, w. I 

Heir Ills son Henrv Hugh Arthur FitzEoy, Marquis of 

Worcester : educated at Eton and .at the B. Mil. Coll., 

Sandhurst ; 6. 1900. 1 

BEAUFORT, Sir Leicester Paul, Knt. — Cr. i 
1919. 

Second son of the Rev. Daniel Augustus Beaufort, 
M.A., formerly Rector of Warburton, Cheshire, who d. 
1898 by Emily Nowell, who d. 1916, 2ud dau. of Sir 
John' Francis Davis, 1st Bart, {ext.), K.C.B., of Holly- 
wood Towers, Bristol ; b. 1853; m. 1883 Edith Mary, 
dau. of the late Rev. Charles Higman Griffith, Rector 
of Stratfield Turgis, Hants. Sir Leicester Beaufort, 
who was educated at Westminster and at Queen's Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1875, B.C.L. and M.A. 1879), and called 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1879, was Governor 
and Commander-in-Chief and Chief Judicial Officer of 
British N. Borneo and Labuan 1894-9 and Chief 
Justice of N. Rhodesia 1901-1%.— Sports', and Union 
Clubs, B.w. 

BEAUFOY, Mark Hanbuey, Esq., P.Z.S., of 
Coombe House, Wilts. 
Only son of the late George Beaufoy, Esq. (by Anne^ 
who d. 1894, dau. of the late Arthui Harvey, Esq.), 
90 



Bart., of Cole-Orton Hall, Leicestershire. 
— Cr. 1660-1. 
Only son of Sir George Howland William Beaumont, 
10th Bart., by Lillie Ellen, 2nd dau. of the late Major- 
Gen. George Ayton Craster, formerly E.E. ; b. 1881 ; 
«. 1914. Sir George Beaumont, who was educated at 
Winchester, is Major h.p. King's R. Rifle Corps and 
Patron of 2 livings. 

Heir Pres., his uncle Frederick Louis Maureward (3rd son of 
Sir George Howland Beaumont, 9th Bart., who d. 1882, by 
his 1st wife Paulina Meuziea, ivho d. 1870, 3rd dau. of the 
late WUliam Hallowe Belli, Esq., H.E.I.O.S.), i. 1862 ; m. 
1900 Helen Mary, dau. of the late DecimuB Sturges, Esq., 
Barrister-atLaw. 

BEAUMONT, Adm. Sir Lewis Anthony, 

G C B., K.C.M.G., F.R.G.S. — Or. 

K.C.M.G. 1901, K.C.B. 1904, G.C.B. 
1911. 

B. 1847; in. 1889 Mary Eleanor, who d. 1907, dau. 
of Charles C. Perkins, Esq., of Boston, U.S A. Sir 
Lewis Beaumont is an Adm. ret., and a Grand Officer of 
the Legion of Honour; was Director of Naval Intelli- 
gence 1894-9, Naval A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria 
1895-7, Commander-in-Chief on the Pacific Station 
1899-1900, on the Australian Station 1901-3, and 
on the Plymouth Station 1905-8, and First and 
Principal Naval A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 
1911-12. — St. George's, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex; 
United Service Club, s.w. 

BEAUMONT, the Hon. Sir William Henry, 
Knt.— Cr. 1910. 

Eldest sou of Lieut.-Col. William Beaumont, formerly 
23rd Madras L.I., of Cliudleigh, Devonshire, who 
d. 1875, by Caroline Mogg, who d. 1898, 2nd dau. 
of the late William Hichens, Esq., of St. Ives, Cornwall ; 



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h. 1851 ; m. 1896 Alice, dan. of the Hon, John Milliir, 
formerly M.L.C., of Durban, Natal. .Sir William j 
Beaumont, who was educated at Sherborne and at 
tlie E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, was formerly Lieut. 75th ' 
(Stirlingshire) Regt., a Puisne Judge, Natal 19U2-10, j 
Senior Puisne Judge 1904-10, one of the Commis- 
sioners appointed under the S. Africa Act 1909 fori 
the delimitation of Electoral Divs. throughout the j 
Union, and Chairman of the Natives Land Commis- 
sion appointed under the Natives Land Act of 1912; | 

administered the Government June-Aug. 1907 \ 

Fairfield, Isipingo Beach, Natal; Durban Club, D 
ban. 



BEAUMONT, Fkancis Henet, Esq., of Buck*- BEAVAN, Mrs., of Glascwm, Radnorshire, 



Capt. Grenadier Guards ; educated at Eton and at the 
R.Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; 6,1893 ; m. 1915 Cecilia Mary 
Lavinia, only dau. of Major-Gen. the Hon. Sir Cecil 
Edward Bingham, K.C.MG., C.B., C.V.O,, and has, 
with other issue, asou, *David John Frederick, b. 1916. 
Mr. Beaumont-Nesbitt, who was educated at Winchester 
and at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1883), and inherited 
this property in 1886 from Miss Nesbitt, of Tubberdaly 
and of Leixlip House, co. Kildare, whose surname he 
has assumed nnder her will, is H.JL's Lieut, and a 
J.P. for King's Co. (High Sheriff \S'i2).— Tubberdahj, 
near Edenderry, King's Co.; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; 
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 



land Court, Surrey. 
Only sou of William Francis Beaumont, Esq., of Buck- 
land Court, who d. 1837, by Frances Mary Caroline,] 
who d. 1834, dau, of the late John Smith, Esq.; b.\ 
1834; m. 1856 Mary Emily, dau. of the l.ate Evan 
Baillie, Esq,, of Dochfour, Inverness-shire, and has, 
with other issue, * Francis Montagu, Major ret. King's 
E. Eifle Corps ; b. 1857 ; rn. 1904 Sybil Anne, youngest j 
dau. of the late Higford Higford, Esq., of Hartsfield, I 
Surrey, and lias a dau.. Crystal Katharine. Mr. i 
Beaumont, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1856, M,A. 1876), is a J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for and 
late County Treasurer of Sairej .^Bitckland Court, 
Reigafe ; Carlton Club. s.w. 

BEAUMONT, Henky Ralph, Esq., of Wliitleyj 
Beaumont, Yorkshire. I 

Elder son of Henry Frederick Beaumout, Esq., M.P,, 
J. P., and D.L,, of' Whitley Beaumont, who d. 1913,, 
by Maria Joanna, only surviving dau. of the late 
AVilliam Garforth, Esq,, f^f Wiganthorpe, Yorkshire ; ' 
b. 1865 ; m. 1904 Mary Helen, 4th dau. of Sir James I 
Henry Gibson-Craig, 3rd Bart., of Riecarton, Mid-; 
lothian, and has 3 daus. Mr. Beaumout, who was 
educated at Eton and at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge, ! 
and was formerly Capt. 4th Batt. Argyll and Suther- ' 
land Highlanders, and subsequentlyCapt. T.F. Reserve, 
is a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire 
and a J.P. for Berks. — Whitley Beaumont, Huddersfield ; 
Tetworth, Ascot, Berkshire ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ; Turf ^ 
Club, w. ; Yorkshire Club, York. j 

BEAUMONT, William Hustler, Esq., of! 
Sladiior Park, Devonshire ; and of Wrel- 

fon Hall, Yorkshire. 
Younger sou of the Rev. Reginald Edward Beaumont, 
who (/. 1890, by Marian, who d. 1893, only child of 
the late William Thomas Hustler, Esq., of Sladnor 
Park, of Acklam Hall, Yorkshire, and of Newsham 
Hall, CO. Durham; b. 1886; s. his grandfather, Wil- 
liam Thomas Hustler, Esq., J.P. and D.L., at Sladnor [ 
Park, 1909 ; m. 1910 Lurline Wishart, dau. of William 
Porritt Ingham, Esq., M.I.C.E., of Coatham, Yorkshire, ; 
and has, with other issue, a son, *William Reginald 
Lancelot, b. 1912. Mr. Beaumont was educated at' 
Kelly Coll., Tavistock.— fFreiiore Hall, Pickering, 
Yorkshire. 

BEAUMONT. See Allendale, Viscount. 

BEAUMONT-NESBITT, Edward John, Esq., 
of Tubberdaly, King's Co. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas George Beaumont, late 
Rector of Chelmondiston, Suffolk, who d. 1908, by 
Azina, dau.of the late Rev. John Bradshaw ; A. 1860 
m. 1890 Helen, who d. 1918, youngest dau. of the late 
Frederick Freeman Thomas, Esq., of Ratton, Sussex, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Frederick George, j 



Anne Eliza, dau. and heiress of the late Samuel Beavan, 
Esq., of Glascwm ; m. 1879 Arthur Dixon, Esq., who 
assumed the surname of Beavan on his marriage ; was 
a J.P. and D.L. for co. Radnor (High Sheriff 1883), 
and d. 1895.— TAe Court, Glascwm, Builth. 

BEAVAN, Mrs,, of Treverven House, Devon, 
shire. 
Emily, 2nd dau. of Lieut.-Col. John Davis, of 
Ashcott, Somerset, who d. 1894, by Harriott, who, 
d. 1883, only dau. of the late Nathaniel Dowrick, 
Esq., of Cheltenham : m. 1860 John Griffiths Beavan, 
Esq., of Treverven House, a J.P. for Devonshire, for 
Herefordshire, and for Radnorshire, who d. 1906, 
leaving, with other issue, a son * Samuel Sydney, b. 
1864. — Residence: 5, Orchard Gardens, Teignmouth, 
Devonshire. 

BEAVERBROOK, Lord (William Maxwell 
AiTKEN, P.C.).— Cr. 1916. 
Third son of the Rev. William .\itken, Scotch Minister 
of Newcastle, New Brunswick, who d. 1913, by Jean, 
dau. of the late Joseph Noble, Esq., of Vaughan, 
Ontario, Canada; b. 1879; m. 1906 Gladys, 3rd dau. 
of the late Brigadier-Gen. Charles William Drury, 
C,B., of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Lord Beaverbrook, who 
was educated at Newcastle, Canada, is Hon. Com- 
mandant 10th Batt. Surrey Vol. Regt., was M.P. for 
Ashton-uuder-Lyne Dec. 1910-1916, on the Staff of 
the Canadian Expeditionary Force, with the rank of 
Major,1914-18, Gen. Representative of the Government 
ofCanada in France 1915-17, Record Officer 1917-18, 
and Minister in charge of Propaganda and Chancellor 
of the Duchy of Lancaster 1918. — Cherklcy Court, 
Leatherhead; Marlborough, and Carlton Clubs, s.w.; 3, 
Lombard Street, e.c. 

Heir, his son John William Maxwell, b. 1910. 



BECHER, Sir Eustace William Windham 
WEIXON-, Bart., of Ballygiblin, co. 
Cork.-Cr. 1831. 
Eldest son of Sir John Wrixon-Becher, 3rd Bart., by 
Lady Emily Catherine, who d. 1916, 2nd dau. of 
William, 2ndEarlofListowel, KP. ; A. 1859; s. 19U; 
m. 1907 the Hon. Coustauce Gough-Calthorpe, 2nd dau. 
of Augustus Cholmondeley, 6th Lord Calthorpe. Sir 
Eustace Wrixon-Becher is a D.L. for co. Cork (High 
Sheriff mi).— Ballygiblin, Mallow, co. Cork; Creagh, 
Skibbereen, co. Cork; Brooks's Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son William Fane, b. 1915. 

-(-BECHER, Dame Ethel Hope, G.B.E., 
R.R.C. (with Bar),— Cr. 1918. 

Dame Ethel Becher is a Lady of Grace of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem and was Matron-in-Chief, Queen 
Alexandra's Imperial Mil. Nursing Service, War Office, 
1910-19. 



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BECHER, the Rev. Harbt, formerly of Lough J 
Ine, CO. Cork. i 

Eldest son of John Eichard Hedges Beeher, Esq., of] 
Lough Ine, a J.P. for eo. Cork, and a Lieut, ret. 
27th Foot, who d. 1901, by Lueinda Jane Elizabeth, 
■ivho d. 1908, '2nd dau. of the late Richard Edward 
Hull, Esq., of Lemcon Manor, co. Cork; b. 18.52; m.. 
1888 Zofe Louisa, 4th dau. of Kalph Milbanke Hudson, ; 
Esq., of Sunderland, and has had 2 sons, Henry Owen 
Dabridgecourt, Capt. The Cameronians (Scottish 
Rifles) ; b. 1889, .andkilled inaction 1915 ; and Ralph \ 
Frederick Eichard, Lieut. The Cameronians (Scottish 
Rifles) ; educated at Temple Grove, at Uppingham, 
and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1896. Mr. 
Beeher is Rector of Rosscarbery, co. Cork. — The 
Rectory, Bosscarbery, co. Cork. i 

BECHER, Michael Alletn Richard, Esq., of! 
Bally duvane House, co. Cork. I 

Eldest sou of Michael AUejTi Beeher, Esq., of Ballydu- j 
vane, who d. 1850, by Eliza, eldest dau. of the latej 
David Sherrard, Esq. ; b. 1833; ?«. 1864 Helen, who 
d. 1873, eldest dau. of Thomas Hicks, Esq., of Tor- 
quay, Devon, and has, with other issue, ■* Michael, 
b. 1868. Mr. Beeher is a Magistrate for co. Cork. 
— Ballydicvane House, near Clonakilty, co. Cork. 

BECHER. See Legge, of Castle Hyde, co. Cork. 

BECK, Mart Emily, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Willem Kuys, Esq., of Napier, Cape 
Colony ; m. 1885 the Hon. Sir (John Henry) Meiring 
Beck, M.D., who was one of the Delegates of Cape 
Colony to the S. African National Convention 1908-9, 
a Senator of the Union of S. Africa 1910-19, and 
Minister of Posts and Telegraphs 1916-19, and 
who was cr. Knt. 1911 andf/. 1919.— He Oude Drostdij, 
Tulbagh, Cape Province. 

+ BECK, Sir Raymond, Knt.— Cr. 1911. 

Son of Morris Beck, Esq., of Chislehurst, Kent; 
b. 1861 ; 711. 1912 Elsie Mary, 2nd dau. of Charles 
J. Whittingtou, Esq., of Sandhills, Betchworth, 
Surrey. Sir Raymond Beck, who was educated at 
Lancing Coll., is a Member of Lloyd's and was Chair- 
man 1910, 1911, 1915, 1916 and 1911.— Bath Club, w. 

BECK, Col. the Hon. Sir Adam, Knt.— Cr. 
1914. 
Third son of Jacob Frederick Beck, Esq., of Baden, 
Ontario, who d. 1906, by Charlotte Josephine, who d. 
1895, dau. of the late George Hespeler, Esq., of 
Hespeler, Ontario; b. 1857; m. 1898 Lilian, only 
child of the late Cuthbert John Ottaway, Esq., 
Barrister-at-Law, of London. Sir Adam Beck, who 
was educated at Gait and at Rookwood Academy, 
is Col. Canadian Militia, was Mayor of London, 
Ontario, 1902-4, and Minister without portfolio 
1906-14, and has been M.L.A. of Ontario since 
1902, Chairman of the Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission since 1910, and President of the London 
Health Association since 1910; appointed Canadian 
Director cf Remounts 1915. — Headley, London, Ontario, 
Canada; Albany Club, Toronto; St. James' Club, 
Montreal ; London Club, London. 

BECK, Peter Arthur, Esq., of Trelydan 
Hall, Montgomeryshire. 
Second son of John Beck, Esq., of Kingsland, co. 
Salop, who d. 1873, by Susannah Margaret, dau. 
of the late Overbury Whitley Badger, Esq. ; b. 1829 ; 
■m. 1864 Frances Ann, eldest dau. of the late Robert 
Griffiths Temple, Esq., of The Lache, co. Chester. 
Judge of the N. Staflbrdshire County Courts. 3Ir. Beck, 
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who was educated at Shrewsbury School, and was 
formerly a Banker, and Capt. 2ud Montgomeryshire 
E.V., is a J.P. for co.s. Montgomery (High Sheriff 1886) 
and Warwick. — Trelydan Hall, Welshpool. 

BECK, Ralph Coker Adams, Esq., formerly 
of Piatt House, Kent. 

Only siu-viving son of Simon Adams Beck, Esq., of 
Cheam, Surrey, who d. 1883, by Sarah Anne, who d. 
1889, dau. of'llie late Ealph Price, Esq., of Sydenham, 
Kent; b. 1848; m. 1st 1873 Florence Amelia, who </. 
1912, dau. of the late George Augustus Moore, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L. ; 2ndly 1912 Lily, dau. of Adm. John 
, Moresby, and widow of Capt. Edward Western 
Hodgkinson, R.N., and has, with other issue, a son, 
James Francis Adams, appointed Clerk to the Iron- 
mongers' Co. 1912 ; b. 1882 ; m. 1907 Elsie, dau. of the 
Rev. Andrew Foster-Melliar, M.A., formerly Rector of 
Sproughton, Suffolk, and has, with other issue, a son, 
John Melliar Adams, b. 1909. Mr. Beck, who was 
educated at Eugby, and admitted a Solicitor 1873, s. 
his father as Clerk to the Ironmongers' Co. 1883 and 
ret. 1912.— WelUiigton Club, s.w. 

BECK. See Akock-Beck. 

BECKER, Sir Walter (Feedeeick), K.B.E.— 
Cr. 1918. 
Oidy surviving son of Frederick Becker, Esq., of 
Falmouth, who d. 1885; i. 1855; m. 1895 Delphine 
Therfese, dau. of the late Alphonse de Martelly, Esq., of 
London. Sir Walter Becker, who was educated at 
Falmouth (Classical and Grammar School), has been a 
Shipowner in various countries, and since 1880 in Sicily 
and Italy ; founded, maintained and acted as Chairman 
of a Maternity and Eescue Home, Turin ; instituted, 
maintained and directed a British Eed Cross Hospital 
and Rest Houses and Station Buffet in Turin for the 
British Expeditionary Force in Italy. — Val Salice, 
Turin, Italy ; S. Automobile Club, s.w. ; i?. Cornwall 
Yacht Club, Falmouth ; H. Automobile Club d' Italia, 
Turin; Union Club, Eome. 

BECKETT, the Hon. William Gervase, of 
Kirkdale Manor, Yorkshire. 

Second son of William Beckett, Esq., M.P., of Nun 
Appleton, Yorkshire, who assumed the surname of 
Beckett in lieu of Beekett-Denison by royal license 
1886, and d. 1890, by the Hon. Helen, who d. 1896, 
3rd dau. of William, 2nd Lord Feversham ; 6.1866; 
//(. 1st 1896 the Hon. Mabel Theresa Duncombe, who 
d. 1913, only dau. of the late William Reginald, Vis- 
count Helmsley; 2ndly 1917 Marjorie Blanche Eva, 
elder dau. of Francis Richard Charles Guy, 5th Earl 
of Warwick and Brooke, and widow of Lieut.-Col. 
Charles William Reginald, 2nd Earl of Feversham, 
and has, with other issua, a sou, *Gervase Martin, 
b. 1918. Mr. Beckett, who was educatedat Eton, 
and was granted the precedence of a Baron's son 
1905, is Capt. T.F. Eeserve, late Yorkshire Hussars 
i'eo., sat has M.P. for the Whitby Div. of the N. 
Biding of Yorkshire 1906-18 and has sat for the 
Scarborough and Whitby Div. since 1918. — Kirkdale 
Manor, Nawton, Yorkshire; Carlton, and White's 
Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; 28, Great Cumberland 
Place, w. 



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BECKWITH, Henry John, Esq., of Millichope 

Park, Shropshire ; and of Trimdon, and 

Silksworth, co. Durham. 

Eldest sou of the Eev. Henry Beckwith, Eector of 

Eatou-Constautine, Shropshire, who d. 1888, by Ann 



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Kose, who d. 1891, dau. of the l:ite Rev. John Eyton, 
Rector of Eyton, and Vicar of AVellington, Shropshire ; 
b. 1840 ; m. ISTB Kathleen Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
Robert Craven Wade, Esq., of Clonebraney, co. Meath, 
and has, with other issue, a son, » William Malebisse, 
D.S.O., Major and temp Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers, 
Capt. ret., late Coldstream Guards, and a Cavalier of 
the Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus ; 
h. 1877; m. 1904 Lady Muriel Beatrix Gordon- 
Lennox, 3rd dau. of Charles Henry, 7th Duke of 
Richmond, K.G., and has, with other issue, a son, * John 
Malebisse, b. 1905. Mr. Beckwith, who was educated 
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and was formerly Capt. 
o3rd Regt., is a Magistrate fur co. Durham, and 
Patron of 1 living.— .V(7/(V/;oy<f Park, Craven Arms ; 
Naval and MiUtari/ Club. w. 



BECTIVE, Earl of. See under Ihadfort, Marquis of. 

BEDDOES, William Francis, Esq., of Ickle- 
ton, Cambridgeshire. 

Eldest son of William Minton Beddoe'i Esq , M D of 
Minton, Shrop-shire, who d. 1870 liy Lauii Soriphuu, 
who d. 1887, dau. of the late Willi im Pugli Esq ot 
Kerry, Montgomeryshire; b. 18o8, m 1898 Alien 
Maria Lempriere, only child of the late Rev WiUum 
Lempriere Lewis, and niece of Sir Robert Geoige 
Wyndham Herbert, G.C.B., of Ickleton \\\w d V)0 > 
Mr. Beddoes, who was educated at '-^ln i i 

Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1880, MA 1 
to the Bar at the Liner Temple ISM >i 

for Shropshire. — Ickleton, Great Ch / / 

Minton, Church Stretton, Shropshire Unitid himn 
sity Chd), s.w. ; 8, Stotie Buildings Lmcdn s Imi, 



+ BEDELL-SIVRIGHT, John Vandelede, 
Esq., of South House, and Gorgie, Mid- 
lothian ; and of Ardencaple, Argyllshire. 
Eldest surviving son of AVilliam Henry Revell Bedell- 
Sivright, Esq., J.P., of South House, and Gorgie, and 
of Ardencaple, who d. 1918, by his 2nd wife Grace 
Edith, who d. 1884, eldest dau. of the late Benjamin 
Barbour, Esq., of Campbellfield, Victoria ; b. 1881.— 
Residences: North Cliff, North Queensferry, Fife; 
Bedcliffe, Murrayfield, Midlothian. 

BEDFORD, Duke of (Heebrand Aethor 
RnssELL, K.G., K.B.E., F.R.S., F.Z S ) — 
Cr. 1694. 
i'ounger son of Francis Charles Hastings, 9th Duke, 
K.G., who (i.1891, by Lady Elizabeth, who d. 1897, dau. 
of George John, 5th EarlDe La Warr; b. 1838 ; s. his 
brother, George William Francis Sackville, lOth Duke, 
1893; m. 1888 Mary Du Cauri'oy, R.R.C., 2nd Class, a 
Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
dau. of the late Ven. Walter I'arry Tribe, formerly 
Archdeacon of Lahore. The Duke' of Bedford, who 
was educated at Balliol Coll., Oxford (Hon. LL.D. 
Edinburgh 1906), is LordLieut. of Middle.sex, a J.P. 
and D.L. for Bedfordshire, Chairman of the Bedford, 
shire C.C, a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem, President of the Zoological Society of 
Loudon, a Trustee of the British Museum, Lieut.-Col. 
and Col. ret. late Coram. 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., 
and Cul. Comm. Bedfordshire Training Depot; late 
Lieut. Reserve of Officers, previously Grenadier Guards ; 
was A.D.C. to the Viceroy of India 1884-8, First Mayor 
of Holborn 1900-1, and A.D.C. to King Edward VIL 
1908-10, and has been to King George V. since 1910. 
— Wobnm Abbey, Bedfordshire; Endsleigh, Devon; 



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Brooks's, and Guards' Clubs, s.v 

Sijuare,.s.vf. 

Heir, his son Hastings William Sackville, Marquis of Tavis- 
tock ; late Lieut. 10th Batt. Middlesex Regt. ; educated at 
Balliol Coll., Cttord (B.A. 1910) ; b. 1888 ; m. 1914 Louisa 
Crommeliu Roberta Jowitt, younger dau. of Robert Jowltt 
Whitwell, Esq., of Thornbury Lodge, Oxford, and has a 
son, • John Robert, i. 1917. 



BEDFORD, Adeline Marie, Duchess of, 
GJJ.E. 

Second dau. of Charles Somers, 3rd and last Earl 
Somers, who d. 1883, by Virginia, who d. 1910, dau. 
of the late James Pattle, Esq., Bengal Civil Service; ?». 
1876 George William Francis Sackville, 10th Duke of 
Bedford, who d. 1893. The Duchess of Bedford is a 
Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
— Chenies, Richnanswortk. 



BEDFORD, Ethel, Lady. 

Dau. of E. R. Turner, Esq., of Ipswich; in. 1880 
Adm. Sir Frederick George Denham Bedford, a Knight 
of Grace of the Order of St, John of Jerusalem, who 
was A D C to H M Queen Victoria 1888-91, a Naval 
Lord of the Admirilty 1889-92, Comm. -in-Chief at 
the Cape of Good Hope and W. Coast of Africa 1892-5, 
2nd Nnal Lord ot the Admiralty 189.5-9, Comm. -in- 
Chief on the N American and W. Indies Station 1899- 
1102 ,nd GoMinor of Western Australia 1903-9, and 
^ I I Ix ( B 1S94, G.C.B. 1902 and G.C.M.G. 

1113 Lady Bedford is a Lady of Grace 
t "St John of Jerusalem. — Hampton Court 

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BEDFORD, Majoi Gen. Sir Walter Geoege 
Augustus, K.C.M.G., C.B., M.B.— Cr. 
1918. 

Youngest son of Vice-Adm. George Augustus Bedford, 
of Sydenham, who d. 1879, by Eleanor, who d. 1915, 
youngest dau. of the late John Steele, Esq., of Reigate ; 
*. 1858 ; m. 1880 Harriette Adelaide, eldest dau. of the 
late Rev. David James Drakeford, M.A., of Brookside, 
Sussex, and The Elms, Sydenham. Sir Walter Bed- 
ford, who was educated at St. Bartholomew's Hospital 
and at Durham Univ. (M.B. 1880, M.R.C.S. 1880), is 
a Major-Gen. ret., late A.M.S. ; was Deputy Assistant 
Director, A.M.S., War Office, 1 894-9 ; Staff Officer to 
Principal Medical Officer in S. Africa 1899-1901 ; 
Principal Medical Officer Hong Kong 1908-11 and 
London Dist. 1911-12; Deputy Director of Medical 
Services S. Africa 1913-14 and S. Command 1914-15 ; 
Director of Medical Services JMediterranean and 
Egyptian Expeditionary Forces 191.')-l(i, and has been 
Deputy Director of Medical .Services X. Command since 
\^\%.—Headriuarters, York ; cjo Messrs. Holt d- Co., 3, 
H hiteliall Place, s.vi. 

BEDFORD, Lieut.-Col. Sir Charles Heney, 
Knt., LL.D., M.D., D.Sc— Cr. 1911. 

Younger son of Frederick William Bedford, Esq., 
D.C.L., LL.D., Ph.D., of Edinburgh, who d. 1880, by 
Susannah Nash, who d. 1887, dau. of the late Rev. 
Thomas Rowland, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; b. 1866 ; 
m. 1900 Jane Beatrice, only dau. of William Allan 
Carter, Esq., O.B.E., M.LC.E., J.P., F.R.S.E.,of Stam- 
ford Hall, Gullane, Haddingtonshire, and Edinburgh. 
Sir Charles Bedford, who was educated at Edinburgh 
Institution and Univ. (M.B. and CM. 1887, B.Sc. 
1889, M.D. and D.Sc. 1892, M.R.C.S. England 1888, 
Hon. LL.D. St. Andrews 1913), is Lieut.-Col. ret. 
Indian Medical Service (Bengal), and the Author of 
many scientific books : was formerly Scientific and 
Technical Adviser to the Government of India on 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



Beh 



Revenue matters ; President for India of the 6th 
International Congress of Applied Cliemistry, Rome ; 
Director of the Central Excise Laboratory for India ; 
Chemical Examiner to the Governineuts of India, 
Bengal, and the Punjab, and Professor of Chemistry 
at Calcutta and Lahore Medical Colls.— OaA Tree 
Cottage, Woking, Surrey ; Devonshire Club, s.w. 

BEDFORD, the Rev. William Campbell 
RILAND, formerly of Sutton Coldfield, 
Warwickshire. 
Eldest son of the Rev. William Kirkpatrick Riland 
Bedford, of Sutton Coldfield, who d. 1905, by 
Maria Amy, who d. 1890, youngest dan. of the late 
Joseph Houson, Esq., of Southwell, Nottinghamshire ; 
b. 1852; m. 1877 Eleanor Phoebe, 4th dau. of Sir 
James Timmins Chance, 1st Bart., and has, with 3 dans. 
a son, William James Riland, Lieut. R.A. ; educated 
at Winchester and at the K. Mil. Academy, Wool- 
wich ; b. 1898. Mr. Riland Bedford, who was edu- 
cated at Westminster and at Clare Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878), was Rector (1892-1908) and 
Eural Dean (1894-1908) of Sutton Coldfield, and 
an Hon. Canon of Birmingham 1906-8. — Cotswotd, 
Leamington Spa. 

BEDINGPELD, Sir Heney Edwaed PAS- 
TON-, Bart., of Oxburgh, Norfolk.— Cr. 
1660-1. 
Eldest son of Sir Henry George Paston-Bedingfeld, 
7th Bart., by Augusta Lucy, only child of the late 
Edward John Clavering, Esq., of Callalj Castle, 
Northumberland; b. I860; s. 1902; m. 1904 Sybil, 
eldest dau. of the late Henry Alexander Ly ne-Stephens, 
Esq., of Grove House, Surrey. Sir Henry Paston- 
Bedingfeld, who was formerly Major 3rd Batt. King's 
Liverpool Regt., is Patron of 1 living. — Oxburgh, 
Stoke Ferry, Norfolk ; Junior United Service Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son Edmund George Felix, b. 1916. 

BEEBEE, James Allgood, Esq., of Womastou, 
Radnorshire. 
Second son of the late Rev. Meyrick Beebee, of 'Womas- 
ton. Rector of Simonburn, Northumberland, by Mary 
Matilda, only dau. of the late David James, Esq.; 
b. 1845 ; m. 1890 Sarah Matilda, 3rd dau. of the late 
Rev. Richard Leigh, Rector of Walton-on-the-Hill, 
Lancashire. Mr. Beebee is a J. P. and D.L. for 
Radnorshire (High SheriS lS89).— Womaston., Walton, 
Radnorshire. 

BEEBT, John Heney, Esq., of The Gables, 
Peterborough, Northamptonshire. 
Eldest son of Alexander Beeby, Esq., of Peterborough, 
who (2. 1896, by Mary Dolby, whoa'. 1894, only dau. of 
the late John Crump, Esq., of Kettering ; b. 1847 : m. 
1877 Annie Maria, youngest dau. of the late Charles 
Roberts, Esq., of Peterborough. Mr. Beeby, who was 
Mayor of Peterborough 1890-2, is a Magistrate for 
Huntingdonshire (High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and 
Huntingdonshire 1914) and for the Liberty of Peter- 
borough, and Lord of the Manor and Patron of the 
living of Water Newton, Huntingdonshire. — The 
Gables, Peterborough, Northannitonshire. 

BEECH, Lieut.-Col. Rowland John, of Brandon 
Hall, Warwickshire ; and of The Shawe, 
Staffordsliire. 
Only surviving son of James Beech, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Brandon Hall, and of The Shawe, who d. 1883, 
by Emily Charlotte, who d. 1913, 4th dau. of the late 
John Madocks. Esq., M.P., of Glanywern Hall, Den- 
bighshire; 6. 1853 ; m. 1886 Adelaide Frederica, only 
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! dan. of the lal;e Robert Capel Cure, Esq., of Blake 
Hall, Essex, and has, with other issue, an only surviving 
son, * Douglas Charles Murray, M.C., Capt. 20th Hus- 
sars; b. 1889 ; m. 1915 Florence Clare, dau. of Major 
Henry Wilmot Mitchell, of Ballynure, co. Wicklow. 
Lieut.-Col. Beech, who was educated at Harrow and 
at Ch. Ch., Oxford, and was formerly Lieut. 16th 
(Queen's) Lancers and subsequently Lieut. 2nd Life 
Guards, served in the Camel Corps in the Soudan 
1884-6, and is a J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire 
(High Sheriff 1890), a J.P. for Staffordshire, Lieut.- 
Col. ret., late Comm. Warwickshire Yeo., T.D., and 
Patron of -2 livings. — The Shawe, Cheadle, Stafford- 
shire; Brandon Hall, Coventry : Carlton, Pratt's, and 
Arthur's Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; 71, Cadogan 
Square, s.w. 

BEECHAM, Sir Thomas, Bart.— Cr. 1914. 

Elder son of Sir Joseph Beecham, IstBitrt., by Josephine, 
eldest dau. of the late William Burnett, Esq., of 
London; b. 1879; s. 1916; m. 1903 Utica, dau. of 
Dr. Charles Stuart Welles, of New York, U.S.A. Sir 
Thomas Beecham, who was educated at Rossall and at 
Wadham Coll., Oxford, is a Comm. of the Italian 
Order of the Crown, Musical Composer and Conductor, 
and Operatic Impresario. — Mursley Hall, Buckingham- 
shire ; Devonshire Club, s.w. ; 32, Upper Hamilton 
Terrace, n.w. 

Heir, his son Adrian, 4. 1904. 

BEEVOR, Sir Hogh Reeve, Bart., of Hethel, 
Norfolk.— Cr. 1784. 
Eldest surviving son of Sir Thomas Beevor, 4th Bart., 
by Sophia Jane, who d. 1890, bth dau. of the'late Rev. 
Clement ChevalUer, of Badingham, and widow of Isaac 
Jermy Jermy, Esq.; b. 1858; s. 1885; m. 1894 Emily 
Georgina, who <?. 1 909. eldest dau. of Sir William Foster, 
2nd Bart. Sir Hugh Beevor, who graduated at London 
Univ. (M.D. 1892, Fellow of King's Coll., London, 
1909), and was formerly Physician at King's Coll. 
Hospital, and Major 4th London Gen. Hospital, R. 
Army Medical Corps, Territorial Force, is Consulting 
Physician to King's Coll. Hospital, and Patron of 1 
living. — Union Club, s.w. ; 17, Wimpole Street, w. 

Heir, his son Thomas Lubbock. Lieut. B.N. ; educated at 
the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dartmouth ; 6. 1897 ; 
m. 1919 Edith Margaret, only dau. ot Frank Agnew, Esq., 
ot Eocles Hall, Norfolk. 

BEGBIE, Sir James, Knt.— Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of William Begbie, Esq., of Dundee, who 
d. 1890, by Jessie Gray, who d. 1891 ; b. 1859 ; m. 
1901 Rhoda,dau. of Archibald William Campbell, Esq., 
of Bombay. Sir James Begbie, who was educated at Dun- 
dee High School, and entered the service of the Bank of 
Bombay 1881. was Secretary and Treasurer of the Bank 
of Bombay 1899-1915, an Additional Member of the 
Council of the Governor of Bombay for making Laws 
and Regulations 1911-12, and a Member of the li. 
Commission on Indian Finance and Currency 1913.-- 
The Croft, Prideaux Road, Eastbourne; Oriental 
Club, -w. 

BEHRENS, Sir Charles, Knt.— Cr. 1912. 

Second son of Sir Jacob Behrens, of Bradford, York- 
shire, who d. 1889, by Doris, who d. 1884, eldest dau. 
of the late Joseph Hohenemser, Esq.; b. 1848; m. 
1883 Emily Milnes, only dau. of the late Samuel 
Shaw, Esq., J.P., of Brooklands, near Halifax, York- 
shire. Sir Charles Behrens, who was educated at the 
Grammar School and High School, Bradford, is a 
J.P. for and an Aid. of Manchester (Lord Mayor 
1909-10 and 1910-11), a Member of the Board of 
the Manchester R. Infirmary and of the Court of 
Victoria Univ., Manchester, a Governor of Manchester 



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iJi-ammar School, a Dii'pctor of the Manchester Ship ' 
Canal Co., LocaI Director of the Commercial Union 
Assurance Co. and of the Ocean Accident and Guar- i 
antee Corporation Ltd., and a Partner in Sir Jacob 
Behpens & Sons, of Manchester, Bradford, Glas- i 
gow. London and Calcutta — fln/>»-a«-c, Aliriiickam, > 
Cheshire; 36. Princcs/i Street, Manchester; Reform] 
Cluh, s.w. ; Ciarcnilon. and Reform Cluhs, Manchester. \ 

BEILBY, Sir George Thomas, Knt., F.R.S., 
LL.D., D.Sc— Cr. 1916. 

Second son of George Thomas Beilby, Esq., M.D., of 
Edinburgh, who d. 1896, by Kaehel Morrison, who d. j 
1882, eldest dan. of the late Rev. Jonathan Watson, of 
Edinburgh ; h. 1850 ; m. 1877 Emma Clarke, eldest dau. [ 
of the late Rev. Samuel Newman, of Edinburgh. Sir 
George Beilby, who was educated privately and at ; 
Edinburgh Univ. (Hon. LL.D. Glasgow, Hon. D.Sc. 
Durham 1919), is a Chemist and Inventor, Scientific 
Director of Chemical Works in Great Britain and 
abroad, and Chairman of the R. Technical Coll., 
Glasgow ; was President of the Society of Chemical 
Industry 1899, of the Chemical Section of the \ 
British Association at the S. African Meeting 1 905, I 
of the Institute of Chemistry 1909-12, and of the 
Institute of Metals 1916, and a Member of the R. 
Commission on Fuel and Engines for the Navy 1912, of 
the Admiralty Board of Inventions and Research 
1915, of the Advisory Council for Scientific and 
Industrial Research 191.T, and ofthe Chemical Advisory i 
Committee ofthe Trench Warfare Research Department 1 
1915.-11, University Gardens, Glasgow; AthenaumA 
and Royal Societies' Cluhs, s.w. 

BELBIN, Mrs., of Nortonthorpe Hall, York- 
shire, i 
Only dau. of Benjamin Norton, Esq., J.P., of Norton- I 
thorpe Hall, who d. 1898, by Catherine Harriet, dau. ' 
of John Beckett, Esq., J.P., of Sheffield; m. 1898 
Thomas St. John Belbin, Esq. (who was formerly 
Capt. Dorset Art. S. Div. R.A., afterwards 1st City 
of London Vol. Art. E. Div. R.A., subsequently 7tli 
Batt. R. Fusiliers), and has a son, *Cecir Norton, 
h. 1899. 

BELFIBLD, Lient.-Gen. Sir Herbert Eveb- 
SLEY, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.B.E., D.S.O.— 
Cr. K.C.B. 1914, K.C.M.G. 1918, K.B.E. 
1919. 

Elder son of Capt. William Belfield, J.P., late 17th 
and 88th Regts., of Malmains, Gloucestershire, who d. 
1909, by his 1st wife Charlotte Louisa, who d. 1880, 
only dau. of the late James Godfrey Fitter, Esq., of 
Dover; h. 1857; m. 1st 1882 Emily Mary, who 
d. 1883, elder dau. of the late Right Rev. Hibbert 
Binney, D.D., Bishop of Nova Scotia; 2ndlyl888 Evelyn 
Mary, eldest dau. of the late Albon Taylor, Esq., of 
Elm Grove, Barnes. Sir Herbert Belfield, who was 
educated at Wellington Coll.,ia a Lieut.-Gen. ret., late 
R. Munster Fusiliers, Col. of the Duke of Wellington's 1 
W. Riding Regt., a Governor of Wellington Coll., and | 
a Grand Officer of the Belgian Order of the Crown, 
and was Brigade M:ijor and D.A.A.G., Aldershot, 
1890-5 ; Chief Staff Officer in the Ashanti expedition 
1895-6 ; A.A.G. 1st and 7th Divs. and Inspector-Gen. j 
of Imp. Yeo. (with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen.) ' 
in S. Africa 1900-2 ; A.A.G., Aldershot, 1902-3, and 
in command of the 4th Infantry Brigade 1903-7 and 
of the 4th Div. 1907-11; appointed Director of 
Prisoners of War \i\i.~ Army and Navy Cluh, s.w. 

BELFIELD, Sir Henry Conway, K.C.M.G., of 
Primley Hill, Devonshire.— Cr. 1914. 

Eldest son of John Finney Belfield, Esq., of Primley 
Hill, who d. 1896, by Eliza Conway, who d. 1867, only 



dau. ofthe late Capt. George Bridges, R.N. ; h. 1855 ■ m 
1884 Florence, C.B.E., 4th dau. ofthe late Rev. James 
Rathborne, .and has, with other issue, a sou, * Stafford 
St. George Conway, temp. Probationary Flight Lieut. 
R.A.F. ; educated at Eton and at Gonville and Caius 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1909); b. 1887. Sir Henry 
Belfield, who was educated at Rugby and at Oriel 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1877), and called to the Bar at 
the Inner Temple 1880, is a Magistrate for Devon- 
shire, and was Senior Magistrate at Perak 1891-6, 
Commissioner of Lands, Federated Malay States, 1 896- 
1901, British Resident at Negri Sembilan 1901-2, 
at Selangor 1902-11 and at Perak 1911-12, Governor 
and Commander-in-Chief of the British Kast Africa 
Protectorate 1912-18 and High Commissioner for the 
Zanzibar Protectorate 1914-18. — Primley Hill, Paign- 
ton, Devonshire ; Jvnior Carlton, R. Automobile, and 
Ranclagh Clubs, s.w. ; 19, Palace Gate, w. 



BELHAVEN AND STENTON, Lord (Alex- 
ander Charles Hamilton). — Cr. 1647. 

Second son of William John Hamilton, Esq., M.P., 
F.R.S., who d. 1867, by his 2nd wife the Hon. Mar- 
garet Frances Florence, who d. 1885, 2nd dau. of 
Henry Augustus, LSth Viscount Dillon; b. 1840 ; «. his 
kinsman James, 9th Lord, 1893 ; established his claim 
1894; m. 1880 Georgiana Katharine, dau. of the late 
Legh Richmond, Esq., and had a son, Ralph Gerard 
Alexander, Master of Belhaven, Lieut.-Col. Essex 
R.H.A., T.F. ; late Lieut. 3rd Hussars, previously 
Grenadier Guards; *. 1883; m. 1904 Lady Grizel 
Winifred Louisa Cockrane, eldest dau. of the 12th 
Earl of Dundonald, and was killed in action 1918. 
Lord Belhaven and Stenton is a J. P. and D.L. for 
Lanarkshire, and Col. ret. R.E., and was formerly Hon. 
Col. Lowland Divisional Engineers, T.F., T.D., and 
commanded the Surrey Vol. Inf. Brigade 1888-1902 ; 
has been a Representative Peer of Scotland since 1900. 
— Wishaw House, IVlshaw, N.B.; 41, Lennox Gardens, 



Heir Pres., his ueplifi 



Robert Edward Archibald (ODly son 
Haniiltou, Esq., B.N., who d. ISrtS, 
. Billyard, 



lizabeth, who d. 1911, dau. of the 
of Sydney, N.S.W.), Lieut.-0ol. Supernumerary "List| 
11 .Army ; b. 1871 ; m. 189rtlvathleeu Gonville, youngest 
of Sir Benjamin Parnell Bcomhead, 4th Bart., O.B., 
las. with other issue, a son, « ilobert Alexander Ben- 
1, h. 1903. 



BELHAVEN AND STENTON, Geoegini, 
Lady. 

Fifth dau. of Sir John Watson, 1st Bart., of Earnock, 
Lanarkshire, who d. 1898, by his 1st wife Agnes, who 
d. 1876, dau. of the late Robert Haig Simpson, Esq.; 
m. 1877 James, 9tb Lord Belhaven and Stenton, who 
d. 1893. — 37, Sloane Gardens, s.w. 

BELL, Sir [Thomas] Hugh, Bart., C.B., 
F.S.A., F.C.S., D.C.L., LL.D., of Rounton 
Grange, Yorkshire. — Cr. 1885. 
Elder son of Sir (Isaac) Lowthian Bell, 1st Bart., 
F.R.S., D.C.L., LL.D., by Margaret, who d. 1886, dau. 
of the late Hugh LeePattinson, Esq., F.R.S. ; b. 1844; 
s. 1904 ; m. 1st 1867 Maria, who (/. 1871, youngest 
dau. of the late John Shield, Esq.; 2udly 1876 Flor- 
ence Eveleen Eleanore, D.B.E., dau. of the late Sir 
Joseph OUifib, M.D. Sir Hugh Bell, who was educated 
in Fi'ance and at Gottingen (Hon. D.C.L. Durham 
1909, Hon. LL.D. Leeds 1910), is H.M.'s Lieut, and 
a J.P. for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, a J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Durham (High Sheriflf 1895), a J.P. for 
Middlesbrough (Mayor 1874, 1883, and Sept.-Nov. 
1911), and a Member of the Senate of Durham Univ. — 
Rounton Grange, NurthaUerton ; Mount Grace Priory, 



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Northallerton ; Reform, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; 
Burlington Fine Arts' Clnb,yr. ; 95, Shane Street, s.w. 
Heir, his boq Maurice Huerli Lowthian, C.M.a.. a J.P. .•imi 
tlifi N. Ridinff of Yorksliirc (on the roll for Hiwli 
Hon. Oapt. in the Army, 
liire Rfgt..and Lieut.-Col. T.F. 
e Regt , previously Lieut.-Ool. 
Regt., T.D. ; b. 1871. 



D.L. for tlie N. Riding of Yorksli 
Sheriff of oo. Durham for I 
temp. Major Ut V.B. Yor! 
Reserve, late Moumouthsl 
Coram. 4th Batt. Yorkshi) 



BELL, Sir James, Bart., C.B., of Montgreenan, 
Ayrshire.— Or. 1895. 
Younger son of John Bell, Esq., of Glasgow, who d. 
1881, by his 2nd wife Helen, who d. 1891, dan. of 
the late John Colquhoun, Esq., of Luss, Dumbarton- 
sliire; b. 1850; m. 1875 Helen, who d. 1909, dan. 
of the late William Findlay, Esq., of Hallhill, Lanark- 
. shire. Sir James Bell, who was Lord Provost of Glas- 
gow 1892-6, and formerly Hon. Col. 1st (Lanarkshire) 
Vol. Batt. The Cameronians, is a J.P. for and Vice- 
Lieut, (appointed 1913) of Glasgow, a J.P. and D.L. 
for Lanarkshire, a D.L. and Chairman of the Tern- 
torial Force Association for Ayrshire, and Hon. Com- 
mandant Ayrshire Vol. Regt.- Montgretnan, Kilmar- 
nock, N.B.; Carlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.; 
Weitern Clwb, Glasgow. 

Heir, his son John, a Masistrate for Lanarkshire and [or 
Ayrshire, and Oapt. ret., late Ayrshire Yeo. ; educated at 
Uppingham and at Univ. Ooll., O.iford ; b. 1876. 

BELL, Sir Cl.\.ude William Hedley MORRI- 
SON-, Bart., of Highgreen, Northumber- 
land.— Or. 1905. 

Eldest son of Sir Charles William Morrison-Bell, 1st 
Bart., by Louisa Maria, of Otterburn Hall, North- 
umberland, 2nd dau. of the late William Henry 
Dawes, Esq., J. P., of Kenilworth Hall, Warwickshire ; 
b. 1867 ; s. 1914 ; m. 1903 Frances Isabel, elder dau. of 
the late Lieut.-Col. Charles Atkinson Logan, formerly 
E. Scots (Lothian Regt.). Sir Claude Morrison-Bell, 
who was educated at Eton, and wa.s formerly Capt. 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlander.s, is a M.igistrat,. for 
Northumberland and for co. Durham, and Capt. ret., 
late temp. Capt. in the ATiay.—Highgrcen, near Bell- 
inqham, North Tyne ; Balcombe Tower, Bournemouth; 
Carlton, Army and Navy, Northern Counties', and R. 
Automobile dubs, s.w. ; 'Constitutional Club, w.c. 
.ffet)', his son Charles Reginald Francis, b. 1916. 

BELL, Sir John Charles, Bart. — Cr. 1908. 

Only son of the late Thomas Bell, Esq.; b. 1844 ; m. 
1st 1867 Caroline Elizabeth, who d. 1912, eldest dau. 
of the late Thomas Clare, Esq., of Enfield ; 2ndly 1914 
Ellen, dau. of tlie late John James, Esq., of The 
Lawns, Burgess Hill, Sussex. Sir John Bell is a 
Magistrate for Buckinghamshire (High Sheriff 1916), 
one of H.M.'s Lieuts. and Chairman of the E. Section 
of Income Tax Commissioners for the City of London, 
Chairman and Managing Director of the Wenlock 
Brewery Co., a Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour 
and a Commander of the Prussian Order of the Red 
Eagle; elected Aid. of Coleman Street Ward 1894, 
and was Sheriff' of London 1901, and Lord Mayor 
J 908. — Framewood , Stoke Pages, Buckinghamshire; City 
Carlton Club, K.c; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

BELL, Sir Henry, Bart., of Mynthurst, 
Surrey.— Cr. 1909. 
Elder son of John Bell, Esq., of Glasgow, who d. 1881 
by his 2nd wife Helen, who d. 1891, dau. of the late 
John Colquhoun, Esq., of Luss, Dumbartonshire ; b. 
1848 ; m. 1883 Lizzie French, who d. 1895, only dau. 
of the late Timothy Courser Eastman, Esq., of New 
York, U.S.A. Sir Henry Bell, who was educated at 
Glasgow, is a Magistrate for Surrey. Chairman of the 
Buenos Aires Western Railway Co. Ltd., and a 
Director of the Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway 
9« 



Co. Ltd., and of the Central Uruguay Railway to. 
of Monteyideo IjUl—yfynthtcrst, Reigate, Surrey; 
Reform, and Devonshire Clubs, s.w.; 36, Hertford 
Street, Mayfair, w. 

Heir his son lastman, M.C., Capt. Surrey (Queen Mary's 

Rest.) Yeo. ; called to the Biir at the Inner Temple 1909 ; 

educated at Winchester and at Univ. ColL, Oxford (B.A. 

1907) ; h. 1884. 

BELL, Sir (Henkt) Hesketh (Jondou), 
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1908. 

Eldest son of Henry A. J. Bell, Esq. ; /'. 1864. Sir 
Hesketh Bell, who was educated in Brussels and 
Paris, and entered the Colonial Civil Service, W. 
Indies, 1882, was .Senior Assistant Treasurer, Gold 
Coast Colony, 1891-4; Receiver-Gen. and M.E.C. 
Bahamas 1894-7 ; a Member of the House of Assembly, 
Bahamas, 1895-6; Administrator of Dominica 1899- 
1905; Commissioner of Uganda Protectorate 1905-6, 
and Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Uganda Pro- 
tectorate 1906-9 and of the Protectorate of N. Nigeria 
1909-12 ; appointed Governor and Commander-in- 
Chief of the Leeward Islands 1912, and transferred 
to Mauritius l^Ki.— GovernmcJit House, Port Louis, 
Mauritius. 

BELL, the Hon. Sir Francis Henry Dillon, 
K.C.M.G., K.C— Cr. 1915. 

Eldest son of the Hon. Sir Francis Dillon Bell, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., Agent-Gen. for New Zealand in Lon- 
don, whorf. 1898, by Margaret, who rf. 1892, dau. of the 
late' A. Hurt,' Esq., of Wellington, New Zealand ; h. 
1861 ■ m. 1878 Caroline, dau. of the late Hon. William 
Robinson, M.L.C., of New Zealand. Sir Francis Bell, 
who was educated at the High School, Dunedin,and at 
St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1873), called to the 
Bar at the Middle Temple 1874, and appointed a K.C, 
New Zealand, 1908 entered the New Zealand Parlia- 
ment 1893; was Crown Solicitor, Wellington, 1885- 
1911 ; Mayor of Wellington 1892, 1893 and 1897, and 
Minister of Internal Affairs and Immigration 1912-16, 
and has been Leader of the Lsgislative Council since 
1912, and Minister of Immigration since 1915. — 
Wellington, New Zealand; Oxford and Cambridge, 
Reform, and Portland Clubs, s.w. ; Wellingto. 
Wellington, New Zealand. 



Club, 



BELL, Major-Gen. Sir James Alexander, 
K.C.V.O.— Cr. 1911. 

Eldest son of Col. James Giberne Bell, Judicial Com- 
missioner of The Berars, who d. 1890, by Annie, who 
d. 1862, dau. of the late John Bushby, Esq., Resident 
at Hyderabad ; h. 1856 ; m. 1880 Edith Elphinstone, 
youngest dau. of the late Col. James Elphinstone 
Robertson, 21st R. Scots Fusiliers. Sir James Bell, who 
was educated at Harrow, and was formerly Lieut. 44th 
Kegt., is a Major-Gcu. ret., late Indian Army, and 
Col. 42nd Deoli Regt., Indian Army, was A.A.G. 
Bombay Command 1899-1904, Western Command 
1904-6" and Southern Army 1906-8, in command of the 
Belgaum Brigade, Southern Army, with the temp, rank 
of Brigadier-Gen., Apr.-Nov. 1908, of the Lucknow 
Brigad", Southern Army, with the temp, rank of 
Brigadier-Gen., Nov. 1908-1910, and of the Aden 
Brigade and Political Resident at Aden 1910-14.— 
Ashmore, Rowledge, Surrey ; United Service Club, s.w. 

4- BELL, Sir Thomas, K.B.E.— Cr. 1917. 

5. 18 — . Sir Thomas Bell is Deputy .Controller for 
Dockyards and Shipping.— Mn!s</-y of Shipping, St. 
James's Park, s.w. 

BELL, Bertha Diana, Lady. 

Only surviving child of the late George Torr, Esq., of 
Garbrand Hall, Surrey; m. 1882 Sir William James 



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Bell, LL.D., a Barrister-at-Law, a J.P. and Vice- , 
Cliairman (1891-2) of the C.C. for cos. Koss and 
Cromarty, a D.L. for Ross-shire and for co. London, I 
and a Memlier of the R. Co. of Archers (King's Body 
Guard for Scotland), who was an Aid. of the London 
C.C. 1902-7, and who was cr.Knt. 1892 and rf. 1913.— - 
Culross, Fay Gate, Sussex. I 



BELL, Sii- James, Knt.— Cr. 1911. 

Third son of William Bell, Esq., M.D., of Preston, 
Lancashire, who d. 1889, by Jane, dau. of the late 
William Owens, Esq., M.D., of Wicklow; b. 1866; m. 
1893 Evelyn Clifford, elder dau. of the late Stephen 
Thomas Aveling, Esq., of Rochester. Sir James Bell, 
who was educated at Preston Grammar School and at 
Univ. Coll. School, London, and admitt.d a Solicitor 
1888, is one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London, 
■was Assistant Town Clerk and Solicitor to the Corpor- 
ation of Birmingham 1891-i. Town Clerk of Leicester 
1 894- 1902 and Clerk and Solicitor to the Derwent Valley 
Water Board 1899-1902, and has been Town Clerk of 
the City of London since 1902; is a Knight of the 
Order of St. Olav of Norway, 1st Class, a Comm. of 
the Order of the Dannebrog of Denmark and of the 
Redeemer of Greece, a :\rember of the 



Order of ( 

Le.i,„. of 
Italv, \" 
Catiinl ■ . : 
Trea.iu- . 
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BELL, Lieut. -Col. Matthew Gerald Edwaed 
O.B.E., of Bourne Park, Kent. 
Only son of .Matthew John Bell, Esq., late Capt. 13th 
L.I., who d. 1902 (by Kathleen Matilda, who tl. 1911, 
2nd dau. of the late John Redly, Esq., of St. Bridget's,' 
CO. Dublin), and grandson of Matthew Bell, Esq., of 
Bourne Park, whom he s. 1903 ; h. 1871 ; m. 1905 the 
Hon. Mary (formerly a Maid of Honour to H.M. 
Queen Alexandra), 2nd dau. of the Right Hon. Sir 
William Hart Dyke, 7th Ban., and has a son, 
* Matthew Alexander Henry, to whom H.M. Queen 
Alexandra stood sponsor, b. 1909. Lieut.-Col. Bell, 
who was educated at Eton, is Capt. ret., late Rifle 
Brigade, Lieut.-Col. 6th Batt. Rifle Brigade, Lord of 
the Manor of Bishopsbourne, and Patron of ] 

living.— 5oMnje Park, Canterbury, Kent. 



BELL, REaiNALD, Esq., of Thirsk Hall, York- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Henry Smith, formerly Vicar of 
Easton Mauduit, Northamptonshire, by Frances Bell, 
who d. 1859, dau. of the late Rev. William Macbean; 
b. 1848; m. 1878 Henrietta Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
Arthur Bayley Markham, Esq., of Northampton, and 
has. with other issue, * John, a Magistrate for the N. 
i; dir.j of Yorkshire; b. 1879; m. 1906 Irene Clare, 
: ',m. of the late Lord Alexander Kennedy, and 

1: ^ , ,,n, ,6.1912. Mr. Bell, who inherited this 

property in 1875, under the will of his grandmother, 
and then assumed the surname of Bell, is a Magistrate 
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, Capt. and Hon. Major 
ret,, late 1st Vol. Batt. Yorkshire Regt., V.D., and 
Hon. Commandant ]/3rd Batt. N. Riding Vol. Regt.; 
formerly Capt. 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt.— 7%e Hall, 
Thirsk ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 



BELL, Charles Loeaine, E.sq.,of Woolsington, 

Northumberland . 

Eldest surviving son of the Rev. John Bell, Hon. Canon 

of Ripon, and Vicar of Rothwell , Yorkshire, who d. 

1869, by Isabella Elizabeth, who d. 1881, only dau. of j 

Sir Charles Loraine, oth Bart.; b. 1836; m. 1871 BELL, "WiLLUM ABRAHAM, Esq., of Pendell 
Anna Roberta, youngest dau. of the late Charles ' Court, Surrey. 

Bernard, Esq., formerly Lieiit.. 24th Regt., and has, j Only son o'f William 



th 3 dans., an only son, * Walter Loraine, b. 1877 ; 
m. 1899 Winifred Margaret (who obtained a div.\ 
1916), dau. of the late Henry William Watson, Esq., | 
of Burnopfield, co. Durham, and widow of John 
Loxley Firth, Esq., of Hope, Derbyshire. Mr. Bell I 
is a J.P. and D.L. for Northumberrand (High Sheriflf j 
1895), and Patron of 1 living. — Woolsington, New-\ 
castlc-on-Tyne. 

BELL, Capt. Ernest Fitzeoy MORRISON-, I 

O.B.E., formerly of Pitt House, Devonshire, j 

Third son of Sir Charles AVilliam Morrison-Bell. 1st 

Bart., of Highgreen Manor, and Otterburn Hall, North- | 

■ umberland, who d. 1914, by Louisa Maria, 2nd dau. ol 
the late William Henry Dawes, Esq., J. P., of Kenilworth 
Hall, Warwickshire ; b. 1871; m. 1902 M.-iud Evelyn, 
dau. of Lieut.-Col. Francis Henry, J.P., formerly 9th 
Lancers, of Elmestree, Gloucestershire, and has 4 dans. 
Capt. Morrison-Bell, who was educated at Eton, and 
■was formerly Capt. 9th Lancers, is Capt. Reserve of 
Officers, and temp. Lieut.-Col. R. Wiltshire Y'eo., 
previously temp. Major 7tli Reserve Regt. of Cav., 
was M.P. for the Ashburton Div. of Devonshire 
1908-Jan, 1910, and Dec. 1910-1918.— CaWilow, and 
R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; Cavalry Club, -w. ; 5, Cam- 
bridge Gate, Regent's Park, N.w. 



11, Esq., M.D.. who d. 1886, by 
Margaret, who d. 1890, dau. of the late Abraham 
Grubb, Esq., of Merlin, Clonmel ; b. 1841 ; vi. 1872 
Cara Georgina Whitmore, dau. and co-heiress of Whit- 
more Scovell, Esq., of Waddon, Surrey, and has, with 
other issue, an only son, * William Archibald Jnxon, 
temp. Major R.A.S.C. and Lieut. Territorial Force 
Reserve 'Yeo. ; late Lieut. 1st Co. of London Yeo. ; 
educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1905) ; h. 
1883 ; m. 1916 Isabel Maude, eldest dau. of the late 
Rev. Edward Bickersteth Ottley, M.A., Canon of 
Rochester. Mr. Bell was educated at Ipswich Grammar 
School and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1863, 
M.A. 1865, M.B. 1^66).— Pendell Court, BletcMngley ; 
Wellington, and New University Clabs, s.-w. ; 8, Park 
Street, w. 



BELL, John Roland, Esq., of Enterkine, Ayr- 
shire. 
Only son of John James Bell, Esq., of Enterkine, temp. 
Major (previously Capt,) Ayrshire Yeo., who d. 1915, 
by Edith M. E., dau. of P. Eaton Challice, Esq. ; b. 
1902. — Enterkine, Tarbolton, Ayrshire. 



BELL, William Aitchison, Esq., of Crurie, 
and Castle O'er, Dumfriesshire. 
Eldest son of Richard Bell, Esq., J.P., of Crurie, and 
Castle O'er, who d. 1909, by his 1st wife Jane, dau. of 
the late William Aitchison, Esq., of Brieryhill, Rox- 
burghshire ; b. 1870. Mr. Bell was educated at 
Trinity Coll., Glenalmond.— C«s//« O'er, Langholm 
Dumfriesihire. 

BELL, Lieut.-Col. William Cory Heward, 
D.S.O., of Winford Manor, Somerset. 

El',. 7 = r, „f William Heward Bell, Esq., F.S.A., 
I'l; " ' !' I [>.L., of Cleeve House, Wiltshii'e, by 
II.! I Idest dau. of the late William Cory, 

• .1 -lino Place House, London; h, 1875; 

ulet Mary, elder dau, of the late Capt. 

;ux Bowly, R.E., and has, with other issue, 
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COUNTY FAMILIES OP 



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a son, »jVIicliaeI William He-svard, b. 1911. Lieut.-Col. 
J3ell, ■ivlio was educated at 'Westminater and at the R. 
MU. Academy, Woohrich, is Major and Lieut.-Col. 
Beserve of Officers, Capt. ret., late E.F.A., and Lord of 
the reputed Manor of Winford ; elected M.P. for the 
Devizes Div. of Wilts 1918 ; has the French Croix de 
Guorre. — Winford Manor, Somerset ; Junior Carlton, 
and Jimior United Service Clubs, s.vi. 

BELL, William Hewaed, Esq., F.S.A.,r.G.S., 
of Cleeve House, Wiltshire. 
Eldest son of William Heward Bell, Esq., of Pelton 
House, CO. Durham, who rf. 1881, by Mary Louisa, who 
d. 1854, dau. of the late John Nixon, Esq., of Barlow, 
CO. Durham ; b. 1849 ; m. 1874 Hannah Taylor, eldest 
dau. of the late William Cory, Esq., of Devonshire 
Place House, London, and has, with other issue, a son, 
* William Cory Heward {whom sec). Mr. Bell is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Wiltshire (High Sheriff 1912).— 
C/eeve House, Seend, Melksham, Wiltshire ; Carlton, 
Jimior Carlton, and B. Societies' Clubs, s.w. 

BELL. See Beatson-Bell, and Lynden-Bell. 

BELL-IRVING, John, Esq., of White Hill, 
Dumfriesshire. 
Eldest son of John Bell-Irving, Esq., J.P., of AVhite 
Hill, who d. 1906, by Mary, who d. 1904, 3rd dau.' 
of the late David Jardine, Esq., of Muirhousehead, 
Dumfriesshire; 4.1846; w. 1884 Isabella, M.B.E., 
2nd dau. of the late Henry Thornton, Esq., and has, 
with other issue, a son, * John, Lieut. Lanarkshire 
Yeo., employed with Imperial Camel Corps ; b. 1888 ; 
m. 1918 Dorothy, eldest dau. of the late John Hopkins, 
Esq., of Little Boundes, Kent. Mr. Bell-Irving, who 
was educated at Edinburgh Academy and abroad, and 
was formerly a partner in the firm of Jardine, Mathe- 
son & Co., of Hong Kong and China, is a Magistrate 
for Dumfriesshire. — White Hill, Lockerbie, N.B.; Milk- 
bank, Lockerbie, N.B. ; Dumfries and Galloway Chtb, 
Dumfries. 

BELLAIRS, Lady. 

Blanche St. John, elder dau. of the late Francis 
Adolphus Moschzisker, Esq., Ph.D., of Leipzig Univ., 
by Laura, who d. 1877, 2ud dau. of the late Rev. 
Edward Beauchamp St. John, Eector of Ideford, 
Devonshire; m. 1867, as his 2nd wife. Sir William 
Bellairs, K.C.M.G., C.B., a Lieut.-Gen.ret., Col. of the 
B. Berkshire Regt., previously of The Sherwood 
Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Begt.), and 
a Knight of the Legion of Honour, and of the Medjidie, 
who was formerly in the 49th Regt, Assistant Quarter- 
master-Gen. in the Crimea 1854-6, Brigadier-Gen. in 
the Transvaal 1880-1, and Administrator of the 
Transvaal in 1881, and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1882 
and d. 1913. — Clevedon, Somerset. 

BELLAIRS, Gilbert Nigel Mowbeat, Esq., 
of The Manor House, Stockerston, Leices- 
tershire. 
Only son of the Rev. Stevenson Gilbert Bellairs, of 
The Manor House, sometime Rector of Goadby Mar- 
wood, co. Leicester, who d. 1882, by Florence Elizabeth, 
eldest dau of George Norman, Esq., of Goadby Hall ; 
b. 1872. Is Patron of 3 livings.— 77ie Manor House, 
Stockerston, near Uppingham. 

BELLAIRS, Walter Grat, Esq., of North- 
croft, Surrey ; and of Altrua, Inverness- 
shire. 

Fourth son of the Bev. Henry Walford Bellairs, of 
Apsley Paddox, Oxfordshire, who d. 1900, by Mary 



Hannah Albina, who d. 1899, dau. of the late George 
Watkin Kenrick, Esq., of Woore Hall, Shropshire ; 
b. 1847 ;m. 1 874 Frederica Julia, 2nd dau. of Sir Gilbert 
East Gilbert-East, 2nd Bart., and has, with other issue, 
»Eric D'Albini, b. 1877. Mr. Bellairs was educated 
at Cheltenham Coll. — Northcroft, Englefield Green, 
Siirrey ; Altrua, Invergloy, Inverness-shire. 

BELLE W, Lord (George Leopold Brian). — 
Cr. 1848. 
Third son of Edward Joseph (Bellew), 2nd Lord, who 
d. 1895 (by Augusta Mary, who d. 1904, only dau. of 
the late Col. George Bryan), and nephew of the late 
George Leopold Bryan, Esq., of Jenkinstown ; b. 
1857 ; «. his brother Chark-s Bertram (Bellew), 3rd 
Lord, a Representative Peer of Ireland, 1911. Lord 
Bellew, who inherited Jenkinstown in 1 880, on the death 
of his uncle, whose surname he assumed by royal license 
in 1881, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kilkenny (High 
Sheriff 1902), Major ret., late 10th Hussars, and 
Major ret., late 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt. ; formerly 
Major Beserve of Officers and Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa; 
previously Lieut. Kilkenny Militia ; elected a Bepre- 
sentative Peer of Ireland 1914. — Jenkinstown. Kil- 
kenny ; Barmeath Castle, Dunleer, co. Louth ; Yeo- 
manstown.co.Kildare; Grangegeeth, co. Meath; Turf 
Club, w. ; Army and Navy, and Pratt's Clubs, s.w. ; 
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

Heir Prer., bis brother Richard Eustace (Bellew), h. 1858 ; 
in. 1st 1887 Ada Kate, who d. 1893, 2nd dau. of the late 
Henry Parry Gilbey, Esq., of The Cottage, Stanstead, 
Essex ; 2ndly 1895 Gwendoline Marie Josephtae, elder dau. 
of William Reginald Joseph Fitzberbert Herbert, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Clj-tha, Monmouthshire, and has, with 
other issue, a son, * Edward Henry, temp. Lieut. R. Naval 
Vol. Reserve ; h. 1889 : m. 1912 Barbara Helen Mary, only 
dau. of Sir Henry Farnham Burke, K.C.V.O., O.B., Garter 
Principal King of Arms. 

BELLEW, Lady. 

Mildred Mary Josephine, eldest dau. of Sir Humphrey 
de Trafford, 2nd Bait., of Trafford Park, Lancashire, 
who d. 1886, by Lady Mary Annette, elder dau. of the 
late Lieut.-Col. Charles Thomas Talbot, and sister of 
Bertram Arthur, 17th Earl of Shrewsbury; m. 1883 
Charles Bertram (Bellew), 3rd Lord Bellew, a 
Bepresentative Peer of Ireland and H.M.'s Lieut, for 
CO. Louth, who d.s.p. 1911. — Barmeath Castle, Dunleer, 
CO. Louth. 



BELLEW, Su- HeneyCheistopher GRATTAN-, 
Bart., of Mount Bellew, co. Galway. — Cr. 

1838. 

Only son of Thomas Arthur Grattan-BeUew, Esq., M.P., 
who d. 1863, by Pauline Castiglione Mary, who d. 1908, 
dau. and co-heiress of the late Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P., 
and granddau. of the late Bight Hon. Henry Grattan, 
which name his father assumed; b. 1860; s. his 
uncle the Bev. Sir Christopher, 2nd Bart., 1867; m. 
1885 Lady Sophia Maria Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of 
George, 7th Earl of Granard, K.P. Sir Henry 
Grattan-Bellew is a J.P. and D.L. for eo. Galway 
(High Sheriff 1887), an Hon. Capt. in the Army, and 
Lieut.-Col. late 4th Batt. Connaught Rangers ; formerly 
Lieut. 5th Dragoon Guards ; wasHigh Sheriff of Queen's 
Co. 1889, and of eo. Roscommon 1907. — Mount Bellew, 
Ballinasloe, co. Galway ; St. James's Club, w. 

Heir, his son Charles Christopher, M.O., Capt. and temp. 
Lieut.-Col. King's R. Rifle Corps ; educated at the B. Mil 
CoU., Sandhurst : b. 1887. 

BELLEW, Capt. Froude Dillon, D.S.O., M.C., 

of Oakhampton Manor, Somerset. 

Only son of Harry Bawden Bellew, Esq., of Oakhampton 

Manor, and The Croft, Somerset, who d. 1904, by Ada, 

elder dau. of the late William Llewellin, Esq., F.S.A.,' 



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[Ben 



F.G.S., of Glauwern, Monmouthshire; i. 188S; m. 1918 

the Hon. Dorothy Nesta, only dau. of the late Hon. 

Robert Cranmer TroUope, and sister of Thomas Carew, 

3rd and last Lord Kesteven. Capt. Bellew, who was 

educated at Rugby and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, 

is Capt. Somerset L.I. and temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. 

6th (Service) Batt. — Oakhamptcn Manor, Wiveliscombe. I BELSEY, Lady, 

Somerset. 



Nottinghamshire, Major Reserve of Officers, and 
Patron of 3 hTmgB.—Kiiiffston Hall, Derby; Bachelors' 
Club, w. j Marlborough Club, s.w. 

Heir, his eon Alexander Ronald George, i. 1912. 



BELLINGHAM, Sir (Alan) Henry, Bart., of 
Castle Bellingliam, co. Louth. — Or. 1796. 
Elder son of Sir Alan Edward Bellingham, 3rd Bart 
by Elizabeth, -who d. 1887, only dau. and heiress of the 
late Henry Clarke, Esq., of Skirbeck, Lincolnshire ; b. 
18i6; s. 1889; m. 1st 1874 Lady Constance Julia 
Eleanor Georgina Noel, who d. 1891,2nd dau. of Charles 
George, 2nd Earl of Gainsborough ; 2ndly 1895 the Hon. 
Lelgarde Harry Florence,younger dau. of the late Augus- 
tus Wykeham Clifton, Esq., and of BerthaLelgarde, 23rd 
Baroness Grey de Ruthyn. Sir Henry Bellingham, who 
was educated at Harrow and at Exeter Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1869, M.A. 1873, Hon. LL.D. R. Univ. of Ire- 
land 1909), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inul875, 
is H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. for co. Louth (High Sheriff 
1897), a Senator of the R. Univ., and a Commissioner 
of National Education in Ireland, and was formerly 
Private Chamberlain to His Holiness Pope Pius X., 
previously to Popes Pius IX. and Leo XIII., and M.P. 
for CO. Louth 1880-5 ; late Capt. 6th Batt. R. Irish 
'R\&es.— Castle Bellingham, CO. Louth; United University 
Club, s.w. ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin. 

Heir, his son Edward Henry Charles Patrick, O.M.G., D.S.O., 
a D.L. for co. Louth and Major and temp. Lieut -Ool 
E. Scots (Lothian Eegt.); was temp. Lieut.-Ool. Comm. 
8th (Service) Batt. R. Dublin Fusiliers 1916-17, and 
commanded a Brigade, with the temp rank of Brigadier- 
Gen , 1917-lS; formerly Secretary, British Leg.itiou, 
Guatemala; educated at The Oratory School, Egbastou, 
and at tlie R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; 6. 1879; m. 1904 
Charlotte EUzabeth, dau. of Alfred Payne, Esq., and 
widow of Frederick Gougb, Esq., and has a dau., Gertrude 
Mary. 



Kate, dau. of the late John Morrison, Esq., U.S.A. ; m. 
1st 18 — James Foster, Esq., of New York, U.S.A., who 
d. 18— ; 2ndly 1897 Sir Francis Flint Belsey, a J.P. 
for Kent, who was a Member of the Rochester School 
Board 1870-97 (Chairman for 15 years), Mayor of 
Rochester 1876 and 1884, President of the Sunday 
School Union in its Centenary Year 1903 (Chairman 
of its Council 1889-1914), and formerly a co-opted 
Member of the Kent Educalion Committee, and who 
was cr. Knt. 1009 and d. 1914.— 19, Avenue Road, 
Hampstead, n.tv. 



BEMPDE-JOHNSTONE. 

and Johnstone. 



See Derwent, Lord, 



BELMORE, Earl of (Aemar Lowry-Corry).— 
Cr. 1797. 

Eldest son of Somerset Richard, 4th Earl, G.C.M.G., 
P.C., a Representative Peer of Ireland, by Anne 
Elizabeth Honoria, 2nd dau. of the late Capt. John 
Neilson Gladstone, R.N., M.P., of Bowden Park, 
Wiltshire; b. 1870; s. 1913. The Earl of Belmore, 
who was educated at Winchester and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge (B.A. 1891, M.A. 1895), and called to the 
Bar at the Inner Temple 1897, was formerly Capt. 
3rd Batt. K. Inuiskilling Fusiliers, and is a J.P., 
D.L. and C.C. for co. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1895) 
and a J.P. for co. Tyrone (High Sheriff 1901).— Casi/c 
coole, Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 
University Club, Dublin ; Northern Counties' Club, 
Londonderry; Fermanagh Club, Enniskillen; County 
Cavan Club, Cavan ; Tyrone County Club, Omagh. 
Heir Pres., his brother Cecil, a J.P. for co. Fermanagh and 
a Rural Dist. Councillor for Enniskillen ; was High Sheriff 
of CO. Tyrone 1916 ; educated at Wellington CoU. ; 6. 1873. 



BENBOW, Lady. 

Elizabeth Jean, dau. of the late Henry Bird, Esq., of 
Uxbridge; m. 1892 Sir Henry Beabow, K.C.B., 
D.S.O., who was a Chief Inspector of Machinery, R.N., 
1888-93, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1916 

BENCE, Edward Starkie, Esq., of Kentwell 
Hall, Suffolk. 
Only son of Edward Robert Starkie Bence, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Kentwell Hall, who d. 1889, by Eliza 
Charlotte Albinia, who d. 1917, dau. of the late George 
James Sulivan, Esq. ; 4. 1 862. Educated at Magdalene 
Coll., Cambridge; is a J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk, 
and was formerly Capt. 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt.— 
Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk; Carlton, and 
Wellington Clubs, s.w. 

BENCE-JONES, Reginald, Esq., M.B.E., of 
Lisselan, co. Cork. 
Y'ounger son of William Bence-Jones, Esq., of Lisselan, 
who d. 1882, by Caroline, who d. 1886, younger dau. 
of the late William Dickinson, Esq., of Kingweston, 
Somerset; b. 1865; s. his brother William Francis 
1883 ; m. 1890 Ethel Annie, youngest dau. of D. C. 
Da Costa, Esq., of Barbados, and has, with other issue, a 
son, * Campbell William Winthrop, Lieut. Irish Guards, 
Special Reserve ; 6.1894. Mr. Bence-Jones, who was 
educated at Rugby and at St. John's Coll., Oxford, is a 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Cork, and was High Sheriff 1894. 
— Lisselan, near Clonakilty, co. Cork ; New Oxford and 
Cambridge Club, s.w. 

BENCE-LAMBERT, Col. Gut Lenox, C.M.G., 
of Thorington Hall, Suffolk ; and of Der- 
nasliggan, co. Gal way. 

Only surviving son of Alexander Clendining Lambert, 
Esq., of Brook Hill, co. Mayo, who d. 1 892, by Emma 
Maria, who d. 1916, dau. of the late Guy Lenox 
Prendergast, Esq., M.P.; b. 1856; m. 1884 Ida Milliceut, 
3rd dau. and coheiress of the late Henry Alexander 
Starkie Bence, Esq., of Thorington Hall, whose sur- 
name he assumed by royal license 1884. Col. Bence- 
Lambert, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll., is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk and for co. Galway, joint 
Patron of 1 living, an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, 
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm. 3rd Batt. 
Connaught Rangers, and Major ret., late T.F. Reserve, 
previously (1915-16) temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. 4th 
Batt. Suffolk Regt. ; was D.A.Q.M.G. London Dist., 
1917-18. — Thorington Hall, Darsham ; Dernasliggan, 
Leenane, co. Galway ; Carlton Club, s.w. 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



BENDYSHE, Mrs., of Barrlngton Hall, Cam- i 
bridgeshire. j 

Eleanor Margaret, 3rd dau. of the late Eer. Henry J. 
Warden. Vicar of Bekesbourne, near Canterbury ; m. j 
1893 Lieut.-Col. Richard Nelson Bendyshe, late i 
R.M.L I., of Harrington Hall.Major Reserve of Officers. 
Comm. Deal Batt. 1st Naval Brigade, who d. (killed j 
in action) 1915, leaving, with a dau., an only son, 
* John Nelson, Lieut, and temp. Capt. Worcestershire 
Eegt.; educated at Kelly Coll., Tavistock; h. 1894.1 
Mrs. Bendyshe is Lady of the Manors of f oxton and 
Orwell. — Barrin^ton Hall, Cambridge. 

BENBTT, John Montague FANE-, Esq., ofi 
Pythouse, Wiltsltii-e. I 

Only child of Vcre Fane-Benett-Stanford, Esq., of; 
Pythouse, who d. lS9i, by Ellen (who m. 2ndly 1897 j 
Charles Thomas, Esq., F.S.A., who assumed by 
royal license the additional surname of Stanford 
on his marriage), only child of the late William 
Stanford, Esq., of Preston Manor, Sussex ; b. 1870 ; m. \ 
1 893 Evflyn, only child of the late BurchallHelme, Esq., j 
of Broadfield Court.Herefordshire, and has a son, * Vere, 
M.C., Capt. E.F.A. ; educated at Eton and at the R. 
Mil. Academy, Woolwich; b. 1894. Mr. Fane-Benett, 
who was educated at Eton, and assumed the surname 
of Fane-Benett in lieu of Fane-Benett-Stanford 1917, 
was formerly Major Motor Vol. Corps, and previously 
Lieut. E. Wiltshire Veo. Cav. and 1st R. Dragoons, 
and is Capt. 3rd Batt. Wiltshire Regt., Capt. ret., 
late Ist S. Western Mounted Brigade, Transport and 
Supply Column, R.A.S.C, Territorial Force, a J.P. 
and C.C. for Wiltshire (was on the roll for High 
Sheriff for 1898), and a J.P. for Dorsetshire. — Pythotise, 
Tisbury, Wiltshire ; Norton Bavaiit Manor, Warminster; 
United Service, and White's Clubs, s.w. 

BENGOUGH, Sir Harcouet Mortimer, K.C.B. 
— Cr. 1908. 
Third son of George Bengough, Esq., of The Eidge, 
Gloucestershire, who d. 1856, by Anne, who d. 1876, 
dau. of the late John Cooke Carpenter, Esq., K.H., j 
Capt E.N. ; *. 1837; m. 1876 Christina, dau. of the 
late Henry Mayliery, Esq., of Ely Tower, Brecon. Sir 1 
Harcourt Bengough, who was educiited at Rugby, is , 
a Major-Gen. ret., late Middlesex Regt., and was 
Assistant Adjutant-Gen. Madras 1882-6, and in com- 
mand of a 2nd Class Dist. Madras 1886-91, of the | 
troops in Jamaica 1893-4, and of the 1st Brigade, 
Aldershot, 1894-7. — Hyde Brae, Chal/ord, Gloucester- 
shire. 

BENGOUGH, Capt. Nigel James, of Thej 
Ridge, Gloucestershire. j 

Second son of John Alan George Bengough, Esq., J.P., ) 
who d.v.p. 1899, by Rosa Margaret, 2nd dau. of the 
late Col. James Crosbie, of Ballyheigue Castle, co. 
Kerry ; b. 1 895 ; s. his brother Capt. John Crosbie Ben- 
gough, Lieut. E. Gloucestershire Hussars Yeo. and 
temp. Capt. in the Army, who was killed in action, 
1916. Capt. Bengough, who was educated at Hailey- 
. bury Coll. and at the E. School of Mines, London, and 
was formerly Lieut. Fife and Forfar Yeo., and temp. 
Capt. E. Flying Corps, is an Hon. Capt. in the Army, 
Lord of the Manor of Monkland and Patron of 2 liv- 
ings. — Eesidence: Alkerton Grunge, Eastington, near 
Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. 



BENISON, Joseph Arthur Arnold, Esq., of 
Slieve Russell House, co. Cavan. 

Eldest surviving son of John Joseph Benison, Esq., 
J. P., of Slieve Eussell House, who d. 1911, by his 
1st wife Marie, younger dau. of the late Robert 



Johnston, Esq., J. P., of Arran View, co. Clare ; h. 
1889 ; is a D.L. for co. Cavan (High Sheriff 1917).— 
Slieve Bussell House, Balli/coimell, co. Cavan. 

BENN, Sir John Williams, Bart.— Cr. 1914. 

Eldest son of the Eev. Julius Benn, Congregational 
Minister, of London, who d. 1883, by Ann, who d. 1890, 
dau. of the late William Taylor, Esq.. of Gerrards, 
Cheshire; 5.1850; m. 1874 Elizabeth (Lily), youngest 
dau. of the late John Pickstone, Esq., of Silver Hill, 
Hyde, Cheshire. Sir John Benn is a J.P. and D.L. for 
the CO. of London, has been a Member of the London 
C.C. since 1889 (Chairman 1904), and was M.P. for 
the Tower Hamlets, St. George Div., 1892-5, and 
forDevonport 1904-Jan. 1910. — Crowborough, Sussex ; 
National Liberal Club, s.w. 

Heir,his sou Ernest John Pickstone, C.B.E., i. 1875 ; m 1903 
Gwendoline Dorothy, youngest ilau. ot Frederick May 
Andrews, Esq., of Edgbastou, and has, with other issue, a 
son, • John Andrews, h 1904. 

BENN, Sir Arthur Shirley, K.B.E.— Cr. 
1918. 

Eldest son of the Rev. John Watkins Benn, M.A., 
Rector of Carrigaline and Douglas, co. Cork, who 
d. 1874, by Maria Louisa, who d. 1917, dau. of the late 
Major-Gen. Christopher Hamilton, C.B. ; b. 1858 ; m. 
1888 Alys Marie, dau. of the late F. A. Liiling, Esq., 
of New Orleans, and Springhill, Alabama. Sir Arthur 
Benn, who was educated at Clifton Coll. and abroad, 
was formerly a Student at the Inner Temple ; Lieut. 
Canadian Garrison Art. ; Managing Director of 
Hunter, Benn & Co., timber shippers ; Vice-Consul at 
Mobile, Alabama, 1898-1902, and a Member of the 
London C.C. 1907-11 (Chairman of its Highway Com- 
mittee 1909-10); is Treasurer and Deputy Chairman 
of the National Committee for Belgian Belief; sat as 
M.P. for Plymouth Dec. 1910-1918 and has sat for 
the Drake Div. thereof since 1918. — Carlton Club, 
s.w. ; E. Thames Yacht Club, w. ; R. Western Yacht 
Club oj England, Plymouth ; 18, Bolton Gardens, s.i 

BENN, of Glenravel. See Hodges. 

BENNET, Lieut.-Col. Edward Gully, of 
Tresillian House, Cornwall. 
Eldest son of Richard Gully Bennet, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Tresillian House, who rf. 1910, by Mary Jean, 
who <i. 1 906, 4th dau. of the late Richard Hosken, Esq. . 
b. 1849. Lieut.-Col. Bennet, who was educated at 
Sherborne, is a Magistrate for Cornwall, and Lieut.- 
Col. ret., late Northamptonshire Viegt.— Tresillian 
House, Summercourt, Grampound Road, Cornwall; 
Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

BENNET, the Rev. Norman Robert Ottiweh 
Gifford, of Bennetston Hall, Chapel-en- 
le- Frith, Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of Norman Bennet, Esq., of Chapel-en-le- 
Frith, Derbyshire, who (/. 1879, by Caroline, dau. of the 
late Thomas Morten Ferns, Esq., Solicitor, of Stockport; 
b. 1867; s. his uncle Robert Ottiwell Gifford-Bennet, 
Esq., M.D., J.P., 1902; m. 1908 Mabel Grace Rose, dau. 
of the late Col. Henry Stephen Hutchinson, Bengal Staff 
Corps. Mr. Bennet, who was educated at Upping- 
ham and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1893, M.A. 
1897), was Missioner to Public Schools 1895-1902, 
Rector of Hamworthy, Dorsetshire, 1902-5, Mis- 
sionary, under the Chiu-ch Missionary Society, in 
Sierra Leone, W. Africa, 1905, Diocesan Missioner 
in the diocese of Hereford 1907-10, and Chaplain 
(Continental and Colonial Church Society) and In- 
cumbent of Ch. Ch., Madr,as, 1910-13 ; appointed 
Chaplain Lucknow Establishment 1913.— Residence: 
The Parsonage, Benares, India, 



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BENNETT, Sir William HuNRr, K.C.V.O., I 
F.R.C.S., P.Z.S.— Cr. 1901. 

Eldest son of the late William Francis Bennett, of I 
Chilmark, Wilts, by Selina, who d. 1905, dau. of the i 
late Henry Self, of Fonthill ; *. 1852; m. 1st 1882 
Isabel Lloyd, who d. 1911, dau. of Thomas Dickinson, | 
of Sloane Street, S.W. ; 2ndly 1914 Gladys Florence ! 
Stewart, only dau. of the Kev. AUan Stewart 
Hartigan, M.A., of St. Leonards-on-Sea. Sir William 
Bennett is F.R.C.S. 1877, Vice-President of the 
Seamen's Hospital Society, Surgeon-in-Chief of St. j 
John's Ambulance Brigade, Consulting Surgeon to St. 
George's Hospital, to the Hospital of St. John and ' 
St. Elizabeth, to the Grosvenor Hospital for Women ' 
and Children, and to the Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich, 
H.M.'sInspector of Anatomy for the Metropolis, Chair- , 
man of the Invalid Children's Aid Association, and 
Convalescent Homes Committee King Edward's Hos- j 
pital Fund, and a Knight of Grace of tlie Order I 
of St. John of Jerusalem, and has the Gold Cross 
of the E, Order of the Redeemer of Greece. — 
Athcrueum, Junior Carlton, and B. Automobile Clubs, j 
S.W. ; 3, Hi/de Pari Place, Marble Arch, w. I 



Stillorgan, co. Dublin, and has, with other issue, a son, 
■* John Lovett Hughes, late Capt. 4th Batt. Highland 
L.I. ; b. 1874 ; in. 1903 Dorothy, youngest dau. of the 
late Rev. John Charles Creed, Rector of Moyglare, co. 
Meath, and has a son, *Ronald Lovett, b. 1910. 
Major Bennett, who was ediieated at Portora and 
at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1867), is a J.P. and 
D.L. for King's Co. (High Sheriff 1916), Major late 
3rd Batt. Leinster Eegt., and Lord of the Manor of 
Grange. — Crranye, near Birr, King's Co. 

BENNETT, John Charles, Esq., of Bennett's 
Court, CO. Cork. 
Thii-d son of the Rev. John Jackson, Rector of Tallow, 
and Vicar of Kilwatermoy, co. Waterford, who (/ 
1876, by Rosa, who d. 1870, dau. of the late Capt.' 
William Poole, of Ballyanchor, co. Waterford ; b. 
1843; s. his uncle Joseph Henry Bennett, Esq., whose 
name he assumed by royal license, 1874 ; iii. ISGo 
Mary, eldest dau. and co-heiress of the late Rev. Francis 
Newport, and has, with other issue, * George Newport 
Jackson, b. 1876. Mr. Bennett, who was educated at 
Westminster and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, 
served in the 100th and 1st W. India Regiments.— 
Bennetfs Court, Queeustown, co. Cork. 



BENNETT, -Sir Feancis Sowbebt, Knt.— 
Cr. 1912. 

Third son of Joseph Bennett, Esq., M.P., J.P., of The 
Cedars, Louth, Lincolnshire, who d. 1908, by Maria, 
who (/. 1911, 4th dau. of the late Francis Sowerby, 
Esq., of Aylesby, Lincolnshire; h. 1863; m. 1891 
Julia Elizabeth, only dau. of the late Thomas Oust-on, ! 
Esq., of Holmefield, near Pontefract. Sir Francis ! 
Bennett, who was educated at The Leys, Cambridge, 
and in Germany, is a J.P. for Parts of Lindsey, : 
Lincolnshire (High Sheriff of Lincolnshire 1916), and 
for Grimsby, and a timber merchant of Grimsby. — 
Frystnn, Grimsby ; Oxconibe Manor, Homcastle. 

BENNETT, Emily Jane, Lady Curtis. 

Dau. of the late Frederick Hughes-HaUett, Esq., of 
Ashford, Kent; m. 1878 Sir Henry Curtis Bennett, a 
Barrister.at-Law, a J.P. for co. London and for the 
Home Cos., and an Aid. of Kensington, who was 
Revising Barrister for Esses 1884-6, a Metropolitan 
Police Magistrate 1886-1913, and Chief Magistrate at , 
Bow Street 1913, and who was cr. Knt. 1913 and d.'i 
1^13.— US, Lexham Gardens,-^'. 

BENNETT, Sir Couetenat Walter, Knt., 
CLE., F.R.C.L— Cr. 1914. 

Second son of John Nicholas Bennett, Esq., Solicitor, 
of Ford Park, Plymouth, who d. 1899, by Emily 
Gribble, who d. 1903, only dau. of the late William 
Prance, Esq., of Princess Square, Plymouth ; h. 1855 ; 
m. 1882 Edith Russell, dau. of the late Peter Moss 
Leay, Esq., of Liverpool. Sir Courtenay Bennett, 
who was educated at Plymouth Grammar School and 
at Wren's, and entered the Consular Service 1876, was 
Vice-Consul at Panama 1876-82 ; Consul at Guatemala 
1883-5, at Rio Grande de Sul 1885-90, at Reunion 
1890-1900 and at Bilbao 1900-1, and Consul-Gen. at 
San Francisco 1901-7, and at New York 1907-15.— 
Archerton, Post Bridge, Devonshire. 

BENNETT, Major George Lovett, of Grange, 
King's Co. 
Eldest son of John Bennett, Esq., of Grange, who ' 
d. 1893, by Sarah, who d. 1897, eldest dau. of 
the late John Brereton, Esq., of Parsonstown, King's 
Co.; b. 1844; )«. 1872 Martha Rosa, 4th dau. of the 
late James Freeman Hughes, Esq., of The Grove, 



BENNETT, Mrs., of Bircli Vale Hot^se, 
Derbyshire. 

Zipporali Ridgeway, eldest dau. of John Hadfield.Esq., 
of Glossop, Derbyshire, who rf. 1876, by Marv. who 
d. 1886, only dau. of the late Samuel Joseph Ridge- 
way, Esq., of Hayfield, Derbyshire; m. 1872 Thomas 
Bennett, Esq., of Birch Vale House, a J.P. for Derby- 
shire, and who rf. 1912, leaving, with other issue,.ason, 
♦Philip Ridgeway, called to the Bar at the Middle 
Temple 1914; educated at Clifton Coll. (LL.B. London 
Univ. 1895); b. 1875; m. 1903 Marie Hadfield, elder 
dau. of James Maxwell Humphreys, Esq., of Marple 
Bridge, Derbyshire, and has nith another dau., Ruth. — 
Birch Vale Bouse, Birch Vale, Stockport. 

BENNETT, William Henry Massy, Esq., of 
Glenefy, co. Limerick. 
Eldest son of George Latham Bennett, Esq., J. P., oi 
Glenefy, who d. 1884, by his 2nd wife Eliza, dau. of 
the late Rev. William Massy, of Clonbeg, co. Tipperary ; 
b. 1849; m. 1874 Fanny, who d. 1912, dau. of Thomas 
Bolton, Esq. Mr. Bennett is a J.P. for cos. Limerick 
and Tipperary. — Glenefy, Galbally, Tipperary. 

BENNETT. See Lcigh-Benmtt. 

BENNION, John Rowe, Esq., of Nursted 
House, Hampshire. 

Only son of the late John Beunion, Esq., by Hannah, 
dau. of tlie late WiUiam Rowe, Esq. ; h. 1836 ; m. 1872 
Harriet, eldest dau. of William Topliam, Esq., of The 
Limes, Cheshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * John 
Menlove, was temp. Lieut. R.A.M.C. 1915-16; edu- 
cated at Charterhouse, at St. John's Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1898, M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1902, M.D. 1906, 
M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1902). and at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital; b. 1877; m. 1906 Dora Lydia Vere, dau. of 
the late Hugh Lyon Tennent, Esq., Advocate and 
Sheriff-Substitute of Renfrewshire, and has a dau., 
Maiy Kathleen. Mr. Reunion is a J.P. for Hamp. 
shire. — Residence : Sandlings, St. Mary Cray, Kent. 

BENSKIN, Mrs.. C.B.E., of Knole House, 

Sussex. 
Gladys Sheffield, youngest dau. of Micliaol Paul 
Grace,Esq.,of New York, U.S..i., by Margarite Mason; 
m. 1st 1912 Brevet M.ajor Raymond Sheffield 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



Hamilton-Grace, 1 3tli Hussars, of Knole House, late 
Capt. Durham L.I., a Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honour, who d. (accidentally killed on active service) 
1915, father of a son Raymond Sheffield, h. posthumous 
1915, and d. 1918, and of a dau., Anne Veronica ; 
2ndly 1919 Major (temp. Lieut. -Col.) Joseph Beuskin, 
D.S.O., O.B.E., U.^.— Knole House, Brant, near Tun- 
bridge Wells. 

BENSON, Caroline Geoegina Jane Elizabeth, 
Lady. 

Eldest dau. of Sir George Ebenezer "Wilson Couper, 
2nd Bart., K.C.S.I., C.B., C.I.E., who d. 1908, by Caro- 
line Penelope, who d. 1910, eldest dau. of the late 
Henry Every, Esq., and sister of Sir Henry Flower 
Every, 10th Bart.; m. 1881 Major-Gen. Sir Frederick 
William Benson, K.C.B., late 17lh Lancers, Col. 21st 
Lancers, and Hon. Col. 19th Lincoln Eegt. (Canada) 
and 106th Winnipeg L.I., -who was Commandant 
Egyptian Cav. 1892-4, A.A.G. S.E. Dist. 1898-9, at 
Head Quarters 1902-3, and 6th Div., S. African Field 
Force, 1900-1, Inspector-Gen. of Remounts at Head 
Quarters 1903-1, Director of Transport and Remounts, 
1904-7, in charge of Administration S. Command 
1907-9, and in command of British Remount Com- 
mission in Canada 1914-16, and who was cr. K.C.B, 
1910 and d. 1916. — Coombe Bissett, Salisbury. 

BENSON, Sir Ralph Sillery, Knt.— Cr. 1906. 

Fourth son of Professor Charles Benson, M.D., ex- 
President of the R. Coll. of Surgeons, Ireland, who 
d. 1880, by Maria, who d. 1887, 5th dau. of the 
late Maunsell Andrews, Esq., J.P., of Rathenny, 
King's Co.; b. 1851 ; m. 1876 Fanny Catharine Alice, 
2nd dau. of the late Rev. William Wrighte Gilbert 
Cooper, M.A., formerly Chaplain Indian Ecclesiastical 
Establishment, and subsequently Vicar of Burwash- 
Weald, Sussex. Sir Ralph Benson, who was educated 
at Rathmines School and at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(B.A. 1872, M.A. and LL.B. 1887), and called to the 
Bar at the Middle Temple 1887, entered the Madras 
Civil Service 1873, and was Assistant and Head 
Assistant Collector and Magistrate in various districts 
1876-8 ; Assistant and Acting Commissioner, Nilgiris, 
1878-81, and Revenue and Forest Settlement Officer 
there 1881-4; Acting Registrar to the Madras High 
Court 1885-7; Under Secretary to the Government 
1887-8 ; Acting Secretary to the Board of Revenue 
1888, a Dist, and Sessions Judge 1888-95, a Puisne 
Judge of the High Court of Judicature, Madras, 1896- 
1913 (twice acted as Chief Justice), and Vice-Chan- 
cellor of Madras Univ. 1905-13.— ifoeAtfc* Grove, 
Donnybrook, co. Dublin ; University Club, Dublin. 

BENSON, Sir (John) Hawtret, Knt., M.D. 
— Cr. 1912. 

Second son of Professor Charles Benson, M.D., ex- 
President of the R. Coll. of Surgeons, Ireland, who 
d. 1880, by Maria, who d. 1887, 5th dau. of the late 
Maunsell Andrews, Esq., J.P.,D.L.. of Rathenny, King's 
Co.; 0. 1843; m. 1871 Dorothea Araminta Downing, 
eldest dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Power, In- 
cumbent of Terapleree, co. Tipperary. Sir Hawtrey 
Benson, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(B.A. and M.B. 1865, M.D. 1874, Hon. LL.D. 1912, 
F.R.C.P.1. 1873), was Physician to the R. City of Dublin 
Hospital 1868-94 and formerly Examiner in the R. 
Coll. of Physicians and Dublin Univ. ; is Medical 
Adviser for Ireland to the Colonial Office and to the 
Transvaal Government, and Consulting Physician 
(1894) to the R. City of Dublin Hospital, and to 
Monkstown Hospital, and was President of the R. CoU. 
of Physicians, Ireland, 1910-12.— 57, Fitiwilliam 
Square North, Dublin; University Club, Dublin. 



[Bea 

Francis Robert, Knt.- 



+ BENSON, Sir 
Cr. 1916. 

Third son of William Benson, Esq., J.P., of Langtous, 
Hampshire, who d. 1887, by Elizabeth, who d. 1892, 
dau. of the late Thomas Smith. Esq., of Colebrooke 
Park, Kent; b. 1858; m. 1886 Gertrude Constance, 
dau. of the late Capt. Morshead Samwell, and widow of 

Featherstonhaugh, Esq. Sir Francis Benson, who 

was educiited at Winchester and at New Coll., Oxford, 
is an Actor-Manager, a Trustee of Shakespeare's Birth- 
place and a Governor of the Shakespeare Memorial 
Theatre; founded the well-known repertoire Co., 
which bears his name, has produced many of Shake- 
speare's plays and been responsible for 26 of tlio 
annual Shakespeare Festivals at Stratford-on-Avon.— 
Bath Club, w. ; Garrick, and Green Room Clubs, w.c. ; 
58, Ashley Gardens, s.w. 

BENSON, Major Geofge Reginald, of Lut- 
vpyche Hall, Shropshire. 
Eldest sou of Ralph Beaumont Benson, Esq., J. P., of 
LutwycheHall.who d. 1911, byCai'oline Essex, 2iid dau. 
of the late Rev. Richard Hugh Cholmondeley, JI.A., 
of Condover Hall, Shropshire, Rector of ilodnit, 
Shropshire; b. 1888; m. 1917 Violet Martha Helena, 
dau. of W. H. Estorffe, Esq., formerly of New Zealand, 
and has a son, «Ralph, b. 1919. Major Benson, who 
was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Academy, 
Woolwich, is Major ret, late R.F.A., Lord of the 
Manors of Hope Bow<ller, Easthope, and Stretton-en- 
le-Dale, and Patron of 2 livings. — Residence : Easthope, 
Much Wenlock, Shropshire; Carlton, and Army and 
Navy Clubs, s.w.; Shropshire County Club, Shrewsbury. 

BENSON, Mrs., of Fairy Hill, and Tyrllandwr, 
Glamorganshire. 

Mary Henrietta, dau. of the late Hon. Sir William 
Wightman, Judge of the Queen's Bench; m. 1845 
Gen. Henry Roxby Benson, C.B., Col. of the 17th 
Lancers, of Fairy Hill and Tyrllandwr, who d. 1892, 
leaving, with other issue, a son,*Starling Meux, Col. late 
Comm. 17th Lancers, and a J.P. for Glamorganshire ; 
educated at Radley (Hon. LL.D. Cambridge) ; b. 1847 ; 
TO. 1st 1868 Elizabeth, who d. 1902, dau. of the late 
Arthur Tawke, Esq., of The Lawn, Rochford, Essex ; 
2ndly 1908 Eleanor {whom see), younger dau. of the late 
Robert SmithSurtees, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Hamsterley 
Hall, CO. Durham, and widow of John GagePrendergast, 
5th Viscount Gort. — Fairy BUI,. Reynoldstone, Swan- 
sea ; Tyrllandwr, Swansea. 



BENSON. See Charnwood, Lord. 

BENTHALL, Ernest, Esq., formerly of Glan 
Twvch, Breconshire. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Edward Benthall, Esq., 
J.P., of Sherborne, Dorset, by Clementina, who d. 1905, 
eldest dau. of the late Rev. AV. Marshall, B.D., Rector 
of West Chickerell, Dorset; *. 1843; m. 1876 Jane, 
only surviving child of the late William Price, Esq., 
J.P., of Glan Twrch, and has a dau., Mary Clementina. 
Mr. Benthall is a Magistrate for Breconshire and for 
Glamorganshire. — Countcis Weir House, Exeter, Devon. 

BENTINOK, Lady Henry Cavendish CAVEN- 
DISH-, of Underlay Hall, Westmorland. 
Olivia Caroline Amelia, only child of Thomas, Earl oi 
Bective, who d. 1893, by Lady Alice Maria, only dau, 
of the 4th Marquis of Downshire ; m. 1892 Lord Henrj 
Cavendish Cavendish-Bentinek, M.P. for Notting- 
ham, South, brother of the 6th Duke of Portland, 



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Lady Henry Cavendish-Bcntinck is a Lady of Grace j 
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. — Underley\ 
Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale ; 53, Grosmnor Street, s.w. I 

BENTINCK, Henry Aldenburg, Esq., of Indio i 
House, Devon. j 

Only sou of Charles Aldenburg Bentinck, Esq., of 
Indio, House, who (i. 1891, by his 1st wife Harriet, who • 
d. 1853, 3rd dau. of the late Baldwin Fulford, Esq., of 
Fulford, Devon ; b. 1862 ; m. 1890 Alma Martha, eldest ] 
dau. of the late Right Hon. Lord Clarence Edward 
Paget, G.C.B. Mr. Bentinck, who was educated at [ 
Marlborough Coll. and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1874), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1877, is 
a D.L. for Norfolk and a Magistrate for Devon (High , 
Sheriff 1918).— /ni^io House, Bovcy Traccy; Arthur s,\ 
and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; 60, Cadogan Square, s.w. 

BENTINCK. See Portland, Dulce. 



BENTLEY, Lieut.-Col. William Aubrey, of| 
Hurdlestown House, co. Clare. 

Eldest son of William Bentley, Esq., J.P., of Hurdles- 
town House, who </. 1912, by Juliet Marj', who rf. 1913, i 
only dau. of the late "William Digby Lawlor, Esq., 1 
M.D., of Stradbally, Queen's Co.; b. 1858. Lieut.- j 
Col. Bentley, who was formerly Capt. Reserve of 
Officers, and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Limerick 
City Art,, S. Div. R.A., is an Hon. Major in the Army, j 
a Magistrate for co. Clare, and a well-known Meteoro- ! 
legist. — Hurdlestown House, Broadford, co. Clare. 

BENTON, Sii- John, K.C.I.E., M.I.C.E.— 
Cr. 1911. j 

Second son of the late John Benton, Esq., of Sheriff- 1 
haugh, by Mary, dau. of the late Alexander Hay, Esq., i 
of Edintore; b. 1850; m. 1885 Margaret Forsyth, 
dau. of the late Provost R. Dick, of Rothes, Elginshire. 
Sir John Benton, who was educated at Aberdeen and 
Edinburgh Univs. and at the R. Indian Engineering 
Coll., Coopers Hill, and entered the Public Works 
Department, India, 1873, was Superintending En- 
gineer, Mandalay, 1897-1902, Chief Engineer and 
Secretary to the Government Irrigation Branch, Public 
Works Department, 1902-5, and Inspector-Gen. of 
Irrigation in India \%0^12. — Westeroft, Silverdale 
Road, Eastbourne. 

BENTON, James Herbert, Esq., of Englefield, 
Berks. 
Only son of James Fellowes, Esq., of Kingston House, 
Dorsetshire, who d. 1889, by Gertrude Charlotte, who 
d. 1906, 6th dau. of the late Nathaniel Micklethwait, 
Esq., of Taverham Hall, Norwich; b. 1849; s. his 
uncle Richard Benyon, Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., and 
assumed his surname by royal license 1897; m. 1875 
Edith Isabel, G.B.E., President of the Berkshire Branch 
of the British Red Cross Society, and Commandant of 
Englefield House Hospital, Reading, who d. 1919, 
youngest dau. of Sir John Walrond Walrond, 1st Bart.', 
of Bradfield, Devon, and has, with other issue, an only 
son, * Henry Arthur, Capt. Berks Yeo. serving at 
Romsey Remount Camp; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge; b. 1884; m. 1915 Violet 
Eveline, 2nd dau. of Sir Cuthbert Edgar Peek, 2nd 
Bart., of Rousdon, Devonshire. Mr. Benyon, who 
was educated at Eton and .-it Magdalene Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876), and called to the Bar at 
the Inner Temple 1875, is Lord Lieut, of and a J.P., C. 
Aid. and Chairman oftheC.C. for Berks, and a J.P.for 
Dorset (High Sheriff 1892), and was temp. Lieut.-Col. 

S and Co. Commandant Berkshire Vol. Regt. 1916-17. 

t —Englefield House, Reading; New University, and Ox- 



BERE, Richard, Esq., of Barous Down, 

Somerset. 
Eldest son of Richard Bere, of Barons Down, of Time- 
well House, Devon, and of The Lodge, Milvevton, 
Somerset, who rf. 1 898, by Mary Senior Sainsbury, who 
d. 1859 ; b. 1854.— Residence: Old Halls, MUverton, 
Somerset. 

Heir Pres., his brotlier Cliarles (Old n,ills, MUverton) : 
b. 1858 ; m. 1900 Marj', dau. of George Ooombe, of Charlton, 
Somerset. 



BERENS, Mrs., of Kevington, Kent. 

Fanny Georgina, 3rd dau. of Alexander Atherton Park, 
Esq., Master of the Court of Common Pleas, who d. 
1871 ; m. 1860 Richard Benyon Bereus, Esq., of Kev- 
ington, a J.P. and D.L. for Kent (High Sheriff 1893), 
who d. 1916, leaving, with other issue, *Cecil (2nd 
surviving son), educated at Sherborne and at the R. 
Agricultural Coll., Cirencester; b. 1869; m. 1905 
Mildred Turnour, only dau. of James Blackwood, Esq., 
of Foot's Craj', Kent, and has, with other issue, a son, 
♦Herbert Cecil Benyon, b. 1 908. Mrs. Berens is Patron 
of 2 livings. — Kevington, St. Mary Cray, Kent. 

BERBNS-DOWDESWBLL, the Rey. George, 
of Pull Court, Worcestershire. 
Eldest surviving son of Richard Benyon Berens, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Kevington, Kent, who d. 1916, by 
Fanny Georgina, 3rd dau. of the late Alexander 
Atherton Park, Esq., Master of the Court of Common 
Pleas ; 6. 1866 ; s. his cousin the Rev. Edmund Richard 
Dowdeswell, M.A., Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral 
and Rural Dean of Upton, formerly Vicar of Bushley, 
Worcestershire, 1915, and assumed the additional sur- 
name of Dowdeswell by royal license 1916; m. 
1918 Eveleen Mary, eldest dau. of the late Dr. 
William Hunter, of Rothesay, Buteshire. Mr. Berens- 
Dowdeswell,who was educated at Westminster and at 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1888, M.A. 1891), and has been 
Rector of Foot's Cray, Kent, since 1911. is Lord of the 
Manor of Bushley and Patron of 1 living. — Pull Court, 
Tewkesbury. Residence: The Bectory, Foot's Cray, 
Kent. 

BERESPORD OE METEMMEH, Lord 
(Charles Willlam De La Poer Beres- 
FORD, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., LL.D).— Cr. 
1916. 

Second son of John De La Poer, 4th Marquess of 
Waterford, who d. 1866, by Christiana, who d. 1905, 
eldest dau. of the late Col. Charles Powell Leslie, M.P., 
of Glaslough, CO. Monaghan ; b. 1846 ; m. 1878 Mina, 
dau. of the late Richard Gardner, Esq., M.P., and has 
2 dans. Lord Beresford of Metemmeh is an Adm. ret., 
Hon. LL.D. Liverpool 1909, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1911, 
and a Corresponding Member of the Geographical 
Society of Italy, was on the roll for High Sheriff of 
CO. Cavan for 1914, Naval A.D.C. to H.M. King 
Edward VII., then Prince of Wales, during his visit 
to India 1875-6 ; Junior Lord of the Admiralty 1886- 
8; Naval A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria 1897 ; 2nd 
in command of the Mediterranean Fleet 1900-2; in 
command of the Channel Fleet 1903-5; Commander- 
in-Chief of the Atlantic Fleet 1905, on the Mediter- 
ranean Station 1905-7, and of the Channel Fleet 
1907-9, and M.P. for co. Waterford 1874-80, for 
Marylebone E. Div. 1885-9, for York City 1898-9. 
for Woolwich 1902-3 and for Portsmouth Jan. 1910- 
1916 ; appointed Hon. Col. of the B. Marine Brigade 
1914 ; has the Grand Cross of the Orders of the Red 
Eagle of Germany, the Redeemer of Greece and St. 
Olaf of Norway, and the Grand Cordon of the Legion 
of Honour and of the Medjidie. — Carlton, Marlborough, 



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BERESFORD, Lord Makcds Talbot De La 
PoEB, K.C.V.O.— Cr. 1918. i 

Fourtli son of John De La Poer, 4th Marquess of WaUT- 
ford, who d. 1866, by Christiana, who d. 1905, eldest 
dau. of the late Col. Charles Powell Leslie, M.P., of 
Glaslough, CO. Monaghan ; b. 1848; m. 1895 Louisa I 
Katherine, elder dau. of the late Major-Gen. Charles 
William Ridley, C.B., Col. 53rd Foot. Lord Marcus 
Beresford, who was educated at Harrow, was formerly i 
Lieut. 7lh Hussars ; A.D.C. to the Lord-Lieut, of Ire- 
land 1874-6 ; Starter forthe Jockey Club 1885-90, and 
an Extra Equerry to King Edward VII. and Manager 
of H.M.'s Stud 1890-1910, and has been an Extra! 
Equerry to King George V. and Manager of H.M.'s I 
Racing and Breeding Stud since 1910 — Bishopigate, 
Engleficld Green; Turf Club, w. ; Marlborough Club, 
s.w. ; 59, -S^ James's Street, s.w. j 

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BERESFORD, Edwaed, Esq., of Aubawn, 
CO. Cavan. 
Only surviving son of George De La Poer Beresford, 
Esq", M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Aubawn, who d. 1906, 
by Mary Annabella, who d. 1917, youngest dau. of 
the late Rev. William Vernon Harcourt, of Nunehara 
Park, Oxfordshire ; b. 1863 ; 7>i. 1st 1886 Emily Con- 
stance Frederica, who d. 1889, youngest dau. of the 
late Henry Beilby William Milner, Esq.; 2ndly 1903 
Florence Lilian, 2nd and elder surviving dau. of the late 
Capt. the Hon. Reynolds Moreton, ret. R.N., and has, 
with other issue, a son,* George Henry William, b. 1904. 
Mr. Beresford, who was educated at Charterhouse, 
is a Magistrate for co. Cavan (High Sheriff 1906), and 
was on the roll for High Sheriff of co. Armagh for 1911. 
— Aubawn, Killcfhandra, co. Cavan; Boodle's Club, 
s.-w. ; KUdare Street Club, Dublin. 

BERESFORD, John George, Esq., of Wood- 
house, CO. Waterford. 
Second son of Col. George John Beresford, R.A., of 
Woodhouse, J.P., who d. 1864, by his 2nd wife 
Frances Constantia, who d. 1867, eldest dau. of the late 
Robert John Uniacke, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Wood- 
house, formerly High Sheriff of co. Waterford ; b. 1847 ; 
m. 1898 Emilie Eleanora, who d. 1916, dau. of the 
late Adrian Iselin, of New York. Mr. Beresford was 
formerly a D.L. forco. ^-aXs-doxi.— Woodhouse, Strad- 
hally, CO. Waterford ; Wellington Club, s.w. ; KUdare 
Street Club, Dublin ; Union, Knickerbocker, Meadow 
Brook, and New York Yacht Clubs, New York. 

Heir Pres. , his brother the Rev. Richard Uuiacke, Rector of 

Inistioge, and Precentor of St. Canice's Cathedral, Ossory ; 

educated at 'WeUiugtou Coll. and at 'Trinity Coll., Dublin 

(B.A. 1882, M.A. 1900) : b. 1858. 

BERESFORD, Ralph Henry Barr£ de la 
Poer, Esq., of Learmount, co. London- 
derry. 
Only child of Major John Claudius Montgomery de la 
Poer Beresford, R.E., who d. 1894 (eldest son of John 
Barri Beresford, Esq., of Learmount, who d. 1895, by 
his 1st wife Sophia, who d. 1850, dau. of the late Hugh 
Lyons-Montgomery, Esq., of Belhavel, co. Leitrim), by 
Rosa Sophia Montgomery, who d. 1911, dau. of the 
late Ralph Smith, Esq., of Greenhills. co. Louth ; b. 
1886. Mr. Beresford, who was educated at Eton and 
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, was formerly Lieut. R. 
Dublin Fusiliers. — Learmount Park, Londonderry. 

BERESFORD. SeeDcries; Massy-Beresford ; Pack- 
Beresford; and Waterford. 
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Clubs, S.W.; Turf BERESFORD-ASH, Col. William Randal 
Great Cumberland , HAMILTON, of Ash brook, CO. Londonderry. 

\ Elder surviving son of John Barre Beresford, Esq., 
D.L., of Learmount Park, co. Londonderry, who d. 
1895, by his 2nd wife Caroline, who rf. 1901, only child 
and heiress of the late William Hamilton Ash, Esq., of 
Ashbrook; b. 1859; m. 1886 Lady Florence Marion 
Browne, 3rd dau. of the 5th Marquis of Sligo, and has 
issue * Douglas, Capt. R. Fusiliers ; educated at Eton 
and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1887. Col. 
Beresford-Ash, who is a D.L. for co. Londonderry 
(High Sheriff 1912), and Brevet-Col. ret., late R. 
AVelsh Fusiliers, assumed the additional surname of 
Ash by royal license 1901 ; commanded 10th (Service) 
Batt. R. Welsh Fusiliers 1914-16, a 2nd Reserve Batt. 
S. AVales Borderers 1916, and a Training Reserve Batt. 
1916-17. — Ashbrook, near Londonderry. 



BERESFORD-PEIRSE, Sir Henry Monson 
De la Poer, Bart., of Bedale Hall, Tork- 
sbire.— Cr. 1814. 
Eldest son of Henry William De la Poer Beresford- 
Peirse, Esq., J.P. and D.L. (who assumed the additional 
name of Peirse on succeeding to the estates of his 
maternal aunt Miss Peirse, of Bedale Hall, and who 
d. 1859), by Henrietta Ann Theodosia, only dau. of 
the late Hon. and Rev. Thomas Monson ; b. 1850 ; s. his 
uncle, Sir George Beresford, 2nd Bart, 1873; m. 1st 
1873 Lady Adelaide Mary Lucy, who d. 1884, 5th 
dau. of Francis, 3rd Earl of Bandon ; 2ndly 1886 Hen- 
rietta, O.B.E., only dau. of Sir Matthew Smith 
Dodsworth, 4th Bart. Educated at Eton and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge; is a J.P., D.L., and CO. 
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, and Patron of 2 
livings ; late Lieut. 1st Vol. Batt. Yorkshire Regt. — 
Carlton Club, s.w; Yorkshire Club, York. 

Heir, his son Henry Bernard De la Poer, an Hon. Major in 
the Army : late Lieut. Yorkshire Hussars Imp. Yeo., and 
Major 3rd Butt. Imp. Y'eo. in S. Africa, D.S.O., formjrly 
12th Lancers; educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1899) ; b. 1875 ; m. 1904 Lady Mabel Marjorie 
Campbell, 2nd dau. of the 3rd Earl Cawdor, and has, with 
other issue, a son, * Henry Campbell De la Poer, b. 1905. 

BERGNE, Lady. 

Mary a Court, dau. of the late Rev. S. B. Bergne ; m. 
1878 Sir John Henry Gibbs Bergne, who entered the 
Foreign OiEce 1861, was Superintendent of the Treaty 
Department 1881-93, and Chief of the Commercial 
Department 1894-1902, who had been employed ou 
various special missions to Italy, America, &c., and who 
wascr. K.C.M.G. 1888, K.C.B. 1903, and d 1908.- 
13, Pembroke Road, Kensington, w. 

BERGNE-COUPLAND, Alexander Hugh, 
Esq., of Skellingthorpe, Lincolnsbire. 
Eldest son of Richard Coupland Bergue-Coupland, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Skellingthorpe, who d. 1895, by his 
2nd wife Alice, dau. of Alexander Bevington, Esq., of 
Streatham ; b. IS71 ; m. 1905 Dorothy, 4th dau. of the 
late Rev. Charles Hamilton Kellett Long, Vicar of 
Swinderby, Lincolnshire, and has, with other issue, a 
son, * John Richard, b. 1906. Mr. Bergne-Coupland, 
who was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Lincolnshire Regt., 
is a Magistrate for Lincolnshire, and Lord of the Manor 
of Washingboro' and Heighington. — Skellingthorpe 
Hall, near Lincoln. 



BERIDGE, of Algarkirk. 



Sparrow- Beridge. 



BERINGTON, William, Esq., of Little Mal- 
vern Court, Worcestersbire ; and of Moat 
Hall, Sbropshire. 

Eldest son of Charles Michael Berington, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Little Malvern Court, who d. 1897, by his 



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2nd wife, Mary Louisa Patricia, who d. 1916, eldest 
dau. of the late Michael Agnew Coxon, Esq., B.C.S. ; 
h. 1873; «. to Moat Hall on the death of Georgina, 
■widow of his cousin Col. John Berington, J. P. and D.L., 
1905 ; m. 1903 Katherine Wilhelmina, dau. ofWiUiani 
Purcell, Esq., of Saltillo, Mexico, and has, with other 
issue, a son, * William James Charles, *. 1904. Mr. 
Berington is a J. P. for Worcestershire, an Hon. Capt. 
in the Army, and was formerly Capt. 6th (lata Capt. 
5th) Batt. Worcestershire Regt.— ii«/e Malvern Court, 
Mahern. 



BERKELEY, Earl of (Randal Thomas Mow- 
BEAT Berkeley). — Cr. 1679. 

Only son of George Lennox Eawdon, 7th Earl, by 
C&ile, who d. 1914, younger dau. of the late Edward 
Drummond, Esq., Viscomte de Melfort in France ; h. 
1865; s. 1888; m. 1887 Kate, who d. 1898, youngest 
dau. of William Brand, and widow of Arthur Jackson. 
The Earl of Berkeley was formerly Lieut. K.N. — 
Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire; Cranfoid House, 
Hounslow ; Residence : Fo.vcombe, Boar's Hill, Woolton, 
Berks ; Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

BERKELEY, Baroness (Eva Mary FitzHaed- 
iNGE Foley). — Cr. 1421. 

Only child of Major-Gen. Gustavus Hamilton Lockwood 
Milman, E.A. ret., of Martins Heron, Berksliire, who 
d. 1915, and of Louisa Mary, loth Baroness Berkeley ; 
«. her mother 1899 ; m. 1903.Col. Frank Wigram Foley, 
C.B.E., D.S.O., late R. Berkshire Regt., who com- 
manded the 5th (Service) Batt. 1914-17.— Residence : 
12, SoHthcote Soad West, Beading. 

Co-heiresses Pres., her daus. Mary Lalleand Cynthia Ella. 

BERKELEY, Lady. 

Catherine Elizabeth, dau. of the late Frederick Slater 
Cassin, Esq., of Antigua; ;«. 1878 Sir Henry Spencer 
Berkeley, K.C., a J.P. and C.C. for Suflfolk, who was 
Attorney-Gen. of Fiji 1885-9, Chief Justice 1889- 
1902, Assistant High Commissioner, W. Pacific, 1889-1 
1901, and Attorney-Gen. of Hong Kong 1902-6, and 
who was cr. Knt. 1896 and d. ld\S.—Bures, Suffolk. j 

BERKELEY, Robert Valentine, Esq., F.S.A., i 
of Spetcliley Park, Worcestershire. I 

Eldest son of Robert Berkeley, Esq., of Spetchley Park, ! 
J.P. and D.L., who d. 1897, by Lady Mary Cathe- ! 
rine, dau. of Thomas, 3rd Earl of Kenmare; b. 1853 ; I 
»i. 1891 Rose, younger dau. of the late Frederick 
Willmott, Esq., of Warley Place, Essex, and has, with; 
2 daus., a son * Robert George Wilmot, temp. Lieut. \ 
M.G.C. ; b. 1898. Mr. Berkeley, who was formerly 
Major Worcestershire Militia, is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Worcestershire (High Sheriff 1909).— Speteh/ey Park, \ 
Worcester. 

BERKELEY, Rowland Comtns, Esq., of 
Cotlieridg-e Cotirt, Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of the Rev. William Comyns Berkeley, 
of Cotheridge Court, who d. 1885, by Harriett Eliza- 
beth, dau. of the late John Bowyer Nichols, Esq., 
F.S.A. ; *. 1845 ; m. 1880 Mildred Caroline, 3rd dau. of 
the late Rev. .Archibald Paris, Rector of Ludgvan, 
Cornwall, and adopted child of the late Rev. Charles 
John Sale, Rector of Holt, Worcestershire, and has, 
with other issue, a sou, *Rowland Brouahton, temp. 
Lieut.-Comm. R. Naval Vol. Reserve; *. 1882; m. 
1911 Ada ConsUince, j'ounger dau. of the late Henry 
Fairhead, Esq., of Little Haywood, Stafford. Mr. 
Berkeley, who was educated at Christ's Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1869), is Patron of Cotheridge.— CoMe- 
idge Court, near Worcester. 






BERKLEY. See Matthews, of Wcst.rhall, Dum- 
friesshire. 

BERNAL-OSBORNE, of Newtown Anner, co. 
Tipperary. See St. Albans. 

'BERNARD, Col. Sir Edgar Edwin, K.B.E., 
C.M.G.— Cr. 1919. 

Eldest son of the late Col. Count Bernard; h. 1866; 

i m. 1893 Beatrice Mary, only child of Edward Caring- 
ton Wright, Esq., J.P., formerly of Kelvedon Hall, 
Essex. Sir Edgar Bernard, who was educated at the 

1 R.Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Brevet-Col. ret., late R.A.S.C, 

I and a Pasha of Egypt; has the Orders of the Medjidie, 
2ud Class, the Osmanieh, 3rd Class, and the Nile, 
2nd Cl.iss ; was D.A.A.G. on the Staff of the Gen. 
Officer Commanding-in-Chief Nile Expedition 1898; 

I has been Financial Secretary to the Sudan Government 
since 1900. — Khartoum, Sudan ; Cairo, Egypt ; United 
Service Club, s.w, 

BERNARD, Aethde Mountague, Esq., 
formerly of Rookwood, Suffolk. 

I Younger son of the Rev. Canon Thomas Dehany 

I Bernard, of High Hall, Dorset, who d. 1904, by Caro- 

I line, who d. 1888, 2nd dau. of the late Benjamin Lin- 

thorue, Esq., of High Hall; b. 1851 ; to. 1881 Katharine 

Mary, dau. of the late Rev. W. F. Gore, and has, 

' with other issue, a son, Mountague Robert, Comm. 

R.N. ; b. 1884; m. 1912 Mary Ellen, eldest dau. of 

the late Dr. W. H. Hartford. Mr. Bernard, who was 

educated at Winchester and at Trinity Coll., Oxford, 

' and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1878, is 

a J.P. and C. Aid. for SnSolk.~The Lodge, Cojtdock, 

Suffolk; Atheneum Club, s.w. 

BERNARD, Bertram Francis MORROGH-, 
Esq., of Pahagh Court, co. Kerry. 

Second and eldest surviving son of John Morrogh, 

Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Glaumire House, co. Cork (who 

assumed the additional surname of Bernard 1841, and 

who d. 1866), by Frances Mary, who d. 1888, only 

child and heiress of the late Joseph Blount, Esq., of 

Hurstbourne Tarrant, Devonshire; b. 1846; s. his 

I brother Edward Joseph Bernard Morrogh-Bernard, 

I Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1903; m. 1888 Blanca, dau. of 

I Andres Chichizola, Esq., of Gualeguaychii, Entre- 

j Rios, Republica Argentina, and has, with other issue, 

j a son, *John Francis Cyril, J. 1894. Mr. Morrogh- 

1 Bernard was educated at St. Stanislaus', Ireland, and 

in Belgium. — Fahagh Court, Beaufort, co. Kerry; 

Gualeguaychu, Entre-Eios, and Estancia La Estrella, 

Gilbert F.C.E.B., Argentina. 

BERNARD, Lieut.-Col. Denis John Chaeles 
KiRWAN, D.S.O., of Castle Hacket, co. 
Galway. 
Second (elder by his 2nd wife) son of Percy Bordrick 
Bernard, Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Castle Hacket, 
who d. 1912, by his 2nd wife Mary Lissey, who d. 
1898, only dau. and heiress of the late Denis Kirwan, 
Esq., of Castle Hacket ; b. 1882. Lieut.-Col. Bernard, 
who was educated at Eton, is Major and Brevet Lieut.- 
Col. Rifle Brigade ; appointed a Gen. Staff Officer, with 
the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col., 1916 ; has the Belgian 
Croix de Guerre. — Castle Hacket, Tuam, co. Galway; 
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

BERNARD, the Rev. Canon Edward Russell, 
of High Hall, Dorsetshire. 

Elder son of the Rev. Canon Thomas Dehany Bernard, 
of High Hall, who d. 1904, by Caroline, whoV. 1888, 
2nd dau. of the late Benjamin Linthorne, Esq., of High 
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Hall ; b. 1842; m. 1878 Ellen Isabel, eldest dau. of 
the late WilUam Nicholson, Esq., of Basing Park, 
Hampshire, and has 3 daxis. Canon Bernard, who was 
educated at Harrow and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (Hert- 
ford Univ. Scholar 1863, Craven Univ. Scholar and 
B.A. 1866, M.A. Magdalen Coll. 1868), was fellow 
of Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 1866-77, Canon Eesidentiary 
of Salisbury Cathedral 1889-1910, Chancellor of 
Salisbury Cathedral 1894-1917, Hon. Chaplain to 
aueen Victoria 1899-1901, to King Edward VII. 
1901-10, and to King George V. 1910-11, and 
Kural Dean of Wimborne 190.5-7, and has been 
Chaplain in Ordinary to King George V. since 1911. 
— High Hall, Wimborne. 



BERNARD, Henry D'Otlt, Esq., of Combe 
Raleigh, Devonshire. 
Only son of Lieut.-Col. Arthur Francis Bernard, J.P., 
late W. Somerset Yeo. Cav., of Combe Ealeigh, who 
d. 191.5, by Mary Lushington, who assumed the 
additional surname of D'Oyly by deed poll 1915, only 
child of Major-Gen. Sir Charles "Walters D'Oyly, 9th 
Bart.; b. 1878; m. 1900 Ellen Mary, dau. of Col. 
Kyrle Money, and has, with other issue, a son,* Nigel 
Francis D'Oyly, b. 1907. Mr. Bernard who is in the 
Principal Probato Registry, Somerset House, is Lord 
of the Manors of Combe Ealeigh and Luppitt, Devon- 
shire, and of Heathfield, Somerset.— Comic Raleigh, 
Honiton, Devonshire. 

BERNARD, Mrs., of Dun.sinnan, and Butter- 
gask, Perthshire. 
Ellen Anne, "youngest dau. of Edmund Thomas "Wedg- 
wood "Wood, Esq., of Henley HaU, Shropshire, who d. 
1886, by Sophia, who d. 1895. 2nd dau. of the late 
Georg Gottlieb Frideric Schmidt, Esq. ; r,i. 1888 John 
Mackay Bernard, E.';q.,.of Dunsinnan, and Buttergask, 
a J.P. for cos. Perth and Haddington, a Member of 
the B. Co. of Archers (King's Body Guard for Scot 
land), a Master Mariner, &c., who d.s.p. 1919.— 
Dunsinnan, Perth. 



BERNARD. See Bandon, and Higgins Bernard. 

BBRNARD-D'OTLY, Mrs., of Newlands, 
Dorsetshire; and of Woodbine Hill, 
Devonshire. 

Mary Lushington, only child of Major-Gen. Sir 
Charles "Walters D'Oyly, 9th Bart., who d. 1900, 
by his 1st wife Emily Jane, who d. 18.57, 2nd dau. of 
the late Major-Gen. George Nott, Madras Army; 
m. 1877 Arthur Francis Bernard, Esq., of Combe 
Baleigh, Devonshire, a J.P. for Devonshire, and Major 
and Hon. Lieut.-Col. ret. "W. Somerset Yeo. Cav., 
who was formerly Lieut. E. "Welsh Fusiliers, and who 
d. 1915, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Henry 
D'Oyly {whom see). Mrs. Bernard-D'Oyly assumed 
the additional surname of D'Oyly by deed poll 1915. 
—Woodbine Hill, Combe Ealeigh, Honiton, Devonshire: 
Newlands, Blandford, Dorsetshire. 

BERNBRS, Lord (Gerald Hugh Tyewhitt- 
"Wilson). — Cr. 1455. 

Only child of Capt. the Hon. Hugh Tyrwhitt, C.S.I., 
CV 0.,R.N.,whod. 1907,by Julia Mary (whom. 2ndly 
1908 as his 2nd wife. Col. William "Ward Bennitt, late 
5th Lancers, a J.P. for Bucks and for Berks, of Faring- 
dou House, Berks), 3rd dau. of the late William Ormt- 
Foster, Esq., M.P.,of ApleyPark, Shropshire ; b. 1883 ; 
s his uncle Eaymond Eobert (Tyrwhitt-"Wilson), 8th 
Lord 1918 and assumed the additional surname of 

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"Wilson by royal license 1919; is Patron of 3 livings. 
—Stanley Hall, Bridgnorth, Shropshire; Ashwellthorpe, 
Norwich; Keythorpe Hall, Tugby, near Leicester. 

Heir Pret., his uncle the Hon. Clement, 4th son of Sir Henry 
Thomas Tyrwhitt, 3rd Bart. {or. 1808), who d. 1894, by 
Emma Harriet, 7th Baronea Berners, who d. 1917, only 
dau. of the late Hon. and Rev. Robert Wilson ; b. 1867 ; m. 
1884 Annie, dau. of W. "Webb, Esq. 

BERNERS, John Anstkuthek, Esq., O.B.E., 
of "VVoolverstone Park, Suffolk. 
Eldest son of Charles Hugh Berners, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L.,of "Woolverstone Park, who rf. 191 9, by Mary, who 
d. 1911, younger dau. of Sir Ealph Anstruther, 4th 
Bart. ; 6. 1869 ; m. 1893 Ethel Charlotte, 5th daa. of 
Laurence James Baker, Esq., of Brambridge Park, 
Hants, and has, with other issue, a son, *Geoffrey Hugh, 
Lieut, 3rd Batt. Norfolk Eegt. ; educated at Eton and at 
Magdalen Coll., Oxford ; b. 1893. Mr. Berners, who 
was educated at Eton and at the E. Mil. Coll., Sand- 
hurst, and was formerly Lieut. 1st Dragoon Guards, is 
a Magistrate for Suffolk and Patron of 1 living.— 
Woolverstone Park, near Ipswich; Junior Carlton 
Club, a.w. 

BERNEY, Sir Thomas Reedham, Bart., M.C., 
of Barton Bendish, Norfolk.— Cr. 1620. 
Elder son of Capt. Thomas Hugh Berney, "W. York- 
shire Eegt. (eldest sou of Sir Henry Hanson Berney, 
9th Bart.), who d. 1900, by Fridzwede Katherine, 2nd 
dau. of Lieut.-Col. Frederick "William Bell, of The 
Stand House, Fermoy, eo. Cork ; b. 1893 ; s. his grand- 
father 1907. Sir Thomas Berney, who was educated 
at Wellington Coll., and at Trinity_ Hall, Cambridge 
(B.A. 1915), is Capt. and Acting Major 4th Batt. Nor- 
folk Eegt., and alternate Patron of 1 living. — Eesidence : 
The Hollies, Wintcjield Row, Bracknell, Berkshire. 
Beir Pres., his brother Richard GeofErej Gordon, !>. 1897. 

BERNEY, Lady. 

Jane Dorothy, eldest dau. of the lata Eev. Andrew 
Bloxam, M.A., Eector of Harborough Magna, Warwick- 
shire: m. 1866 Sir Henry Hanson Berney, 9th Bart., 
who d. 1907. — 9, Clarendon Crescent, Leamington Spa. 

BERNEY, George Augustus, Esq., of Morton 
Hall, Norfolk. 
Only surviving son of Augustus Berney, Esq., of 
Braeon Hall, Norfolk, whorf. 1910, by Matilda Lavinia, 
dau. of the late Col. John George Nathaniel Gibbes ; 
b. 1 865 ; s. Mrs. Catherine Mary Berney, widow of his 
uncle George Duckett Berney, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Morton Hall, 1914. Mr. Berney is Patron of 3 
livings, and Trustee, with his 2 sisters, of Braeon 
Hall, and, as Trustee, joint Lord of the Manor and 

Patron of Braeon Ash Morton Hall, Norwich; County 

Club, Norwich. 

BERRIDGE, Sir Thomas Henry Devereux, 
Knt.— Cr. 1912. 
Second son of the Eev. William Berridge, Vicar of 
Lowton St. Mary's, Lancashire, who d. 1897, by 
Harriet, who d. 1863, dau. of the late Eobert 
Devereux, of Cheltenham; b. 1857; in. 1887 Agnes, 
who (/. 1909, 5th dau. of the late Frederick Campion, 
Esq., of Frenches, Eedhill. Sir Thomas Berridge, who 
was educated at Upholland Grammar School, and 
admitted a Solicitor 1878, is head of the firm of Burn 
and Berridge, Solicitors for the Government of New- 
foundland, London, and was M.P. for Warwick and 
Leamington 1906-Jan. IdlO.— Greetiwood, Alkham, 
near Dover ; Reform, National Liberal, and R. Auto- 
mobile Clubs, s.'w. ; City Reform Club, e.c. ; 29, Elm 
Park Gardens, s.w. ; 11, Old Broad Street, e.c. 



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BERRIDGE, Richard, Esq., of Ballynahinch, 
CO. Galway. 

Sou of Eichard Berridge, Esq., of Ballynaliinch, who 
d. 1887, by Laura Isabella, dau. of Thomas Dore, Esq., 
M.D. ; b. 1870; m. 1905 Eulalie Marie, only dau. of 
Robert W. Lesley, Esq., of Lesselyn Court, Haverford, 
Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Robert Lesley, h. 1907. Mr. Berridge, who was 
educated at Queen's Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Galway (High Sheriff Wii).— Ballynahinch 
Cnstlc, Toombeola, co. Galway. 

BERRINGTON, Trevor DonGL.\s DAVIES, 
Esq., of Paut-y-Goitre, Monmonthshire. 
Third son of Arthur Vendigaid Davies Berrington,Esq., 
J.P. and D.L., of Pant- y-Goitre, who d. 1909, by his 1st 
wife Frances Lennox Heneage, who d. 18S9, 3rd dau. 
of the late Rev. Charles Lane, Rector of Wrotham, 
Kent ; 4. 1856 ; m. 1st 1884 Ellen, who d. 1887, dau. 
of the lateSurgeon-Gen. William Faithful! ; 2ndly 1905 
Fanny Rice, dau. of George Turner, Esq., of Naples, 
and has had, with other issue, Caradoc Trevor (eldest 
son), Capt. 15th Lancers, Indian Army; b. 1886, and 
killed in action 1916; and *RodericJ'2nd son), b. 1908. 
Mr. Davies Berrington, who was educated at Clifton 
Coll. and at the R. Engineering Coll., Coopers Hill, 
served in the Telegraph Department of the Government 
of India 1878-1911, and was Director-Gen. of that 
Department I'd^l-U.—Pant-y-Goitre, Abergavenny, 
Monmouthshire. 



+ BERRY, Lady. 

Madge, dau. of the late JohnB. Evans, Esq., of Victoria; 
m. 1869, as his 2nd wife, Sir Graham Berry, who was 
M.L.A. of Victoria 1860-5, and 1868-1904 ; Trea.^iirer 
of Victoria 1870; Treasurer and Commissioner of 
Customs 1871-2; Premier, Chief Secretary, and 
Treasurer 1875 and 1877-80; Chief Secretary and 
Poslmaster-Gen. 1884-5; Agent-Gen. in London for 
Victoria 1886-91 ; Executive Commissioner for that 
Colony at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886; 
again Treasurer 1892, and Speaker of the Legislative 
Assembly 1894-7, and who was er. E.C.M.G. 1886, 
and d. 1 904. 



BERRY, the Hon. Sir William Bisset, Knt., 
M.D.-Cr. 1900. 
Third son of the late James Berry, Esq., of Aberdeen, 
by Isabella, dau. of the late G. Allan, Esq., of Aber- 
deen ; b. 1839 ; m. 1864 Marion, who d. 1884, dau. of 
the late William Beale, Esq. Sir William Berry, who 
was educated at Aberdeen (M.A. 1858, M.D. 1861, 
LL.D. 1911). was a Memberof the House of Assembly, 
Cape of Good Hope, 1894-1908, and Speaker 1898- 
1908, and is a Member of the Parliament of the Union 
of S. Africa. — Queenstoxon, Cape of Good Hope. 



BERRY, Sir George Andreas, Kut., M.B., 
LL.D., F.R.C.S.E.— Cr. 1916. 

Eldest son of Walter Berry, Esq., of Glenstriven, 
Argyllshire, who d. 1904, by Emily Eliza, who d. 
1909, dau. of the late Andreas Nicolai Hanseu, Esq., of 
Tirsbaek, Jutland; b. 1853; m. 1883 Agnes Jean, 6th 
dau. of the late Sir WiUiam Muir, K.C.S.I., Lieut- 
Governor of the N. W. Provinces, India. Sir George 
Berry, who was educated at Marlborough and at 
Edinburgh (M.B. Mast. Surg. 1876, Hon. LL.D.), 
Paris, Vienna and Copenhagen Univs., is Hon. Surgeon 
Oculist to H.M. King George V. in Scotland (previously 
to H.M. King Edward VII.); ex-President of the E. 



Coll. of Surgeons, Edinburgh, and of the Ophthalmo- 
logical Society of the United Kinsdom ; Hon. Fellow of 
the R. Academy of Medicine, Ireland ; Member of the 
Univ. Court, Edinburgh ; Consulting Ophthalmic Sur- 
geon, Edinburgh R. Infirmary; Major 2nd Scottish 
Gen. Hospital, R. Army Medical Corps, Territorial 
Force, and the Author of many works on the Eye.— 
3 1 , Drumsheiiffh Gardens, Edinburgh ; King's Knoll, 
Aorih Berwkk ; Glenstriven, Argyllshire; University 
Club, Edinburgh. 

BERRY, "William, Esq., of Tayfield, Fifesliire. 
Eldest son of John Berry, Esq., J.P., of Tayfield, who 
d. lS77,byMargaretHiggins, who (;.1915,3rddau.of the 
late Jchn Burn-Miu-doch, Esq., of Neuck, and Coldoch, 
Stirlingshire, and of Gartincaber, Perthshire; b. 1864; 
m. 1906 Wilhelmina, who d. 1907, 3rd dau. of the late 
Allan Graham Barns-Graham, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Craigallian, Stirlingshire, of Cambuslang and Lyme- 
kilns, Lanarkshire, of Fereneze, Renfrewshire, and of 
Kirkhill, Ayrshire, and has a son, *John, b. 1907. Mr. 
Berry, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. and LL.B. 1886), and admitted a 
Member of the Scottish Faculty of Advocates 1889, 
is a Magistrate and Hon. Sheriff Substitute for 
Fifeshire.— TajiAcW, Neioport-Fife ; New Club, 
Edinburgh. 

BERTIE OF THAME, Viscount (Francis 
Leveson Bertie, P.O., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.V.O.).-Cr. 1918. 

Second son of Montagu, 6th Earl of Abingdon, who d. 
1884, by Elizabeth Lavinia, who d. 1858, only child of 
the late George Granville Vernon-Harcourt, Esq., of 
Nuneham Park, and Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire ; 
b. 1844; m. 1874 Lady Feodorowna Cecilia Wellesley, 
elder dau. of Henry Richard, 1st Earl Cowley, K.G., 
P.O., G.C.B. Viscount Bertie of Thame, who was 
educated at Eton, and appointed a Clerk in the Foreign 
Office 1863, was Private Secretary to Mr. Bourke 
(afterwards Lord Connemara), Parliamentary Under 
Secretary of State, 1874-80; attached, as Acting 2nd 
Secretary in the Diplomatic Service, to the Special 
Embassy during the Congress of Berlin 1878 ; Secretary 
to the Special Mission to invest the King of Saxony 
with the Order of the Garter 1882 ; a Senior Clerk in 
the Foreign Office 1889-94 ; Assistant Under-Secretary 
of State for Foreign Affairs 1894-1903; Chairman of 
the Uganda Railway Committee 1896-1903, and 
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at 
Rome 1903-4, and at Paris 1905-18; has the Grand 
Cordon of the Legion of Honour and the Grand Cross 
of the Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus. — 
Manor Farm, North Weston, Thame; Travellers', and 
Brooks's Clubs, s.w. ; Tiirf Club, w. ; 21, Bryanston 
Square, w. 

Heir, his son Vere Frederick, called to tlje Bar at the Inner 

Temple 1802; educated at Eton ; b. 1878; m. 1901 Nora, 

eldest dau. of Frederick Webb, Esq. 

BERTIE, Mrs., of Weston Manor, Oxfordshire. 
Rose Emily, younger dau. of John Pratt de Mont- 
morency, Esq., D.L., of Castle Morres, co. Kilkenny, 
whorf. 1868, by the Hon. Henrietta Emily, who rf. 1891, 
4th dau. of Staudish, 1st Viscount Guillamore ; >n. 1873 
Capt. Frederic Arthur Bertie, Bengal Staff Corps, of 
Weston Manor, who d. 1885, and has surviving issue 
3 daus. Mrs. Bertie, who s. her only son Richard 
Frederic Norreys Bertie, Esq., Lieut. Berks Yeo., who 
was killed in action, 1917, is Patron of 1 living. — 
Weston Manor, Bicester, Oxfordshire. 

BERTIE. See Abingdon, and Lindsey. 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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BERTRAM, Anna Maria, Lady. 

Eldest dau. of the late Gen. Edward James Lawder, 
Madras Staif Corps; ?k. 1866 Sir George Clement 
Bertram, a Barrister-at-Law, who was Solicitor-Gen. 
for Jersey 1879-8a, Attorney-Gen. 1880-4, and Bailiff 
of Jersey 1884-98, and who was cr. Knt. 188o, and 
d. 1915.— 16, Milner Street, Cadof/an Square, s.w. 



BERTRAM, Brigadier- Gen. Sir Alexander, 
Knt.— Cr. 1916. 

Eldest son of John Bertram, Esq., of Dimdas, 
Ontario, who (/. 1905, by Elizabeth, who d. 1903, 
dau. of the late William Bennett, Esq., of Gala- 
shiels, Selkirkshire; b. 1853; m. 1877 Millechamp, 
dau. of the late Hugh Thomas Smith, Esq., of Toronto, 
Sir Alexander Bertram, who was educated at Dundas 
High School, Ontario, was formerly Bugler 13th 
Eegt. of Canadian Militia; in command of 77th 
Wentworth Kegt. and W. Ontario Infantry Brigade, 
and Chairman of the Shell Committee 1914-15, and is 
Brigadier-Gen. Canadian Militia ; Deputy Chairman 
of the Imperial Munitions Board of Canada, and 
President of John Bertram & Sons Co. Ltd., Dundas, 
Ontario. — Dundas, Ontario, Canada ; Toronto Club, 
Toronto; Bideau Club, Ottawa; Engineers, Country, 
and Mount Eoyal Clubs, Montreal. 



BERTRAM, the Hon. Sir (Thomas) Anton,! 
Knt., K.C.— Cr. 1916. | 

Son of the Rev. R. A. Bertram, Congregational , 
Minister ; b. 1869 ; vi. 1902 Edith Marion, C.B.E., dau. 
of Eees Jones, Esq., of Cardiff. Sir Anton Bertram, 
who was educated at the City of London School and 
at Gonyille and at Caius Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1890, 
Fellow 1891, M.A. 1894), called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1893 and appointed a K.C. 1913, was Attorney- j 
Gen. of the Bahamas 1902-7, a Puisine Judge of' 
Ceylon 1907-11, and Attorney-Gen. of Ceylon 1911-18 ; , 
appointed Chief Justice of Ceylon 1918. — Colombo,\ 
Ceylon. I 



BERTRAM, Lieut-Col. William Robert, 
D.S.O., of Nisbet, and Kersewell, Lan- 
arkshire. 
Elder son of Col. William Bertram, J.P., late Coram. 
9th Lanarkshire Vol. Batt. Highland L.I., of Nisbet, and 
Kersewell, Major Reserve of OlEcers, late Manchester 
Eegt., and temp. Major 11th (Service) Batt., who d. 
1915, by Ethel Angel, 2nd dau. of the late Robert 
Beckwith Towse, Esq. ; i. 1888 ; m. 1917 Zoe Weldon, 
younger dau. of Lieut. -Col. William L'Estrange Eames, 
C.B., M.B., of Erinagh, Newcastle, N.S.W. Lieut.-Col. 
Bertram, who was educated at Wellington Coll. and 
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and was formerly 
Lieut. Gordon Highlanders, is Lieut.-Col. 8th Canadian 
Infantry Batt. (90th Rifles), on the Headquarter Staff 
1st Canadian Div.— Eesidence : 1, Hope Street, St. 
Andrews. 



BERWICK, Lord (Thomas Henry JSToel-Hill). 
— Cr. 1784. 
Only son of the Hon. and Rev. Thomas Noel Noel- 
Hill, who d. 1888, by Frederica Sarah, who d. 1883, 
dau. of the late Rev. William David Morrice, Vicar of 
St. Thomas, Salisbury, and Prebendary of Salisbury ; 
b. 1877; s. his uncle Henry Richard, 7th Lord, 1897 ; 
m. 1919 Edith Teresa, younger dau. of William Stokes 
Hutton, Esq., of Venice. Lord Berwick, who was 
educated at Radley and at Trinity Coll., 0.^ford (B.A. 
1901, M.A. 1913), was Hon. Attach^ to the British 
Embassy at Paris 1903-11 and is Capt, Shropshire 



Yeo., and Patron of 2 livings. — Attingham Park, 
Shrewsbury; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, w. 
Heir Pres., his cousin Charles Michael Wentworth, only 
son ol the Eev. Charles Noel-Hill, M.A., Rector of Stockton, 
Shropshire (grandson of the 4th Lord), who d. 1911, by 
Edith Mary, eldest dan. of the late Eev. Rioii George 
Benson, Rector of Hope Bowdler, Shropshire; Lieut, and 
temp. Capt. RiHe Brigade; educated at Wellington OoU. 
and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1897. 

BERWICK, Ellen, Lady. 

Eldest dau. of the late. Herr Bruckspatron Nystrom, 
of Malmoe, Sweden ; m. 1869 Henry Richard, 7ch Lord 
Berwick, -vihod.s.p. 1897. — 43, Clanricarde Gardens, w. 

BESSBOROUGH, Earl of (Edward Pon- 
soNBY, K.P., C.B., C.V.O.).— Cr. 1739. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Walter William Brabazon, 7th 
Earl, by Lady Louisa Susan Cornwallis, who d. 1911, 
elder dau. of Edward Granville, 3rd Earl of St. Germans, 
G.C.B.,P.C.; A. 1851; s. 1906; ««. 1875 Blanche Vere, 
C.B.E., youngest dau. of Sir Josiah John Guest, 1st Bart. 
The Earl of Bessborough, who was called to the Bar 
at the Inner Temple 1879, was a C.C. for co. Kilkenny 
1897-1900, and is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kilkenny, a 
J.P. for CO. Carlow (High Sheriff 1898), for Middlesex 
and for co. London, Lieut, ret. R.N., a Knight of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem and an 
Officer of the Legion of Honour ; sits in the House of 
Lords as Lord Ponsonby, G.B., cr. m^. —Bessborough, 
Piltown, CO. Kilkenny; Brooks's Club, s.w.; 17, 
Cavendish Square, w. 

Heir, his son Vere Brabazou, Viscount Duncannon, O.M.G., 
Lieut, and Hun. Capt. T.F. Reserve, Personal Secretary to 
the Chief of the Imperial Gen. Staff, temp. Major in the 
Army, a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, and a Cavalier 
of the Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus ; late 
Lieut, and temp. Capt. Loyal Suffolk Hussars Yeo. ; 
formerly Lieut. R. Bucks Hussars Imp. Yeo., previously 
Lieut. S. of Ireland Imp. Yeo. ; called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1803 ; was a Member of the Loudon 0.0. 
1907-10, and M.P. for Cheltenham Jan.-Nov. 1910, and for 
, Dover 1913-18, and has been for the Dover Div. of Kent 
since 1918 ; has the Russian Order of St. Anne, 3rd Class, 
with Swords and Bow ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity 
Coll.,Cambridge(B.A. 1901) ; i. 1880 ; m. 1912 Eoberte,only 
dau. of Baron de Neuflize, of Paris, and has, with other 
issue, a son, 'Frederick Edward Neuflize, b. 1913. 



BEST, the Hon. Mrs. John Charles, of Plas- 
yn-Vivod, Denbighshire. 
Mary, only dau. of William Wagstaff, Esq., of Plas- 
yn-Vivod, who d. 1877, by Mary, who d. 1873, eldest 
dau. of the late Thomas Kidd, Esq., of Farnworth, 
Lancashire; in. 1873 the Hon. John Charles Best, a 
J.P. for Merionethshire and for Denbighshire (High 
Sheriff 1888), and Capt. ret. R.N., who d. 1907, 
leaving a son, *\Villiam, a J.P. and D.L. for Denbigh- 
shire and temp. Capt. in the Army ; late Capt. R. 
Welsh Fusiliers; educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1874; in. 1903 Constance Adela, 
only dau. of the late Col. Charles George Wingfield, 
of Onslow Hall, Shropshire, and has, with other issue, 
a son, * Harry George, b. 1904. — Plds-yn- Vivod, Llan- 
gollen, Denbighshire. 

BEST, the Hon. Sir Robert Wallace, K.C.M.G. 
— Cr. 1908. 
Eldest son of Robert Henning Best, Esq., of Fitzroy, 
Victoria, Australia, who d. 1904, by Jane, who d. 1908, 
dau. of the late Robert Wallace, Esq., of Newry, co. 
Down; b. 1856; m. 1st 1881, Jane Caroline Langridge, 
who rf. 1 90 1 ; 2ndly 1902 Maude Evelyn, dau. of George 
Crocker Smith, Esq., of St. Kilda, Victoria. Sir Robert 
Best, who was educated at Melbourne and called to the 
Bar at Melbourne 1 88 1 , was a Member of the Victorian 
Parliament 1889-1901, Commissioner of Customs and 
Minister of Lands, Victoria, 1894-9, one of Victoria's 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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6 Senators in tlie 1st Federal Parliament of Australia 
1901-10, Chairman of Committees in the Senate of 
the Federal Parliament 1901-6, Vice-President of the 
Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Australia 
and Leader of the Senate 1907-8, and Minister for 
Trade and Customs, Commonwealth of Australia, 
1909-10 ; has been a Member of the House of 
Representatives since 1910. — Knoyong, Mmit Albert 
Boad, Canterbury, Victoria; Melbourne, Victoria. 

BEST, Mrs., of Donnington Grove, Berkshire. 
Mary Leigh, only dau. of the Rev. Henry Leigh- 
Bennett, J. P., of Thorpe Place, Surrey, who d. 1880, 
by Caroline, who d. 1898, 2nd dau. of the late George 
Henry Crutchley, Esq., of Sunninghill Park, Berkshire ; 
7)1. 1877 Marmaduke Head Best, Esq., of Donnington 
Grove, a J.P. and C. Aid. for Berkshire, who d.s.p. 
1912. — Donnington Grove, near Neichury, Berkshire. 

BEST. See Wynford, Lord. 

BEST-D ALISON, Mrs., of Park House, Kent. 

Harriet Emily Hardinge Best, 4tli dau. of James 
Wliatman Bosanquet, Esq., of Claysmore, Middlesex, 
wlio (/. 1877, by his 3rd wife Emily Dorothy, who d. 
1899, elder dau. of the late Lieut. -Col. James Best, J.P., 
of Park House; m. 1899 the Rev. Charles Edmund 
^¥aller Dalison, M.A., formerly Vicar of Bletsoe, 
Bedfordshire, who with his wife assumed by royal 
license the prefix surname of Best 1907, and has a son, 
* Thomas Maximilian, b. 1905. Mrs. Best-Dalison s. 
heruncle Major Mawdistly Gaussen Best, J.P., 1906. — 
Park House, Bo.vley, Maidstone. 

BESWICK. See Myers-Beswick. 

BESWICKE-ROYDS. See Royds. 

BETHELL, Adm. the Hon. Sir Alexander 
Edwaed, G.G.M.G., K.C.B.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 
1912, K.C.B. 1914, G.C.M.G. 1918. 

Second son of Richard Augustus, 2nd Lord Westbury, 
who d. 1875, by Mary Florence, who d. 1901, youngest 
dau. of the late Rev. Alexander Fownes-Luttrell, 
Rector of E. Quantoxhead, Somerset; b. 1855; m. 
1890 Hilda Mary, youngest dau. of the late Benjamin 
Huntsman, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of West Retford Hall, 
Nottinghamshire. Sir Alexander Bethell is an Adm. 
ret. R.N., and was Assistant Director of Ordnance at 
the Admiralty 1903-7, Naval A.D.C. to H.M. King 
Edward VII. 1907-8, Director of Naval Intelligence 
1909-12, Commander-in-Chief on the E. Indies Station 
1912, incommand of the R. Naval War Coll., Portsmouth, 
1913-14, and of Battleships of the 3rd Fleet 1914-15, 
Adm. Coram. Coast Guard and Reserves 1915-16, and 
Commander-in Chief on the Plymouth Station 1916-18; 
has the Portuguese Mil. Order of Avis, 1st Class. — 
Naval aiid Military Club, w. 

BETHELL, Sir John Henry, Bart.— Cr. 1911. 

Second son of George Bethell, of South Woodford, 
Essex, who d. 1908. bv Frances, who d. 1894, dau. of 
the late Rnl«rtTvphcr ; A. 1861; m. 1895 Florence, dau. 
of James Wooky Wjles. Sir John Bethell is a Magis- 
trate for Essex, and for East Ham (Mayor 1905 and 
1906), and a Director of the London and South 
Western Bank Ltd. and of the R. Exchange Assurance 
Corporation, and was twice Mayor of West Ham ; sat 
as M.P. for the Romford Div. of Essex 1906-18 and 
has sat for E. Ham, N. Div., since 1918.— Pari- Hmtse, 

I Wanstead, Essex; Reform, and National Liberal Clubs, 

I s.-w. ; City Liberal Club, e.c. 

m Heir, his son Frank Harry, Lient. 3rd Batt. Oonnauetit 



BETHELL, Sir Thomas Robert, Knt.— Cr 
1914. 

Youngest son of George Bethell, Esq., of South Wood- 
ford, Essex, who d. 1908, by Frances, who d. 1894, 
dau. of the late Robert Typher, Esq. ; b. 1867. Sir 
Thomsa Bethel!, who was educated at Heversham 
Grammar School and called to the Bar at the Middle 
Temple 1897, is a Magistrate for Essex and a Member 
of the Governing Body of the London Institution ; was 
M.P. for the E. or Maldon Div. of Essex 1906-Jan. 
1910.— Refor7n, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. ; 
2, Gardtn Court, Temple, e.c. 

BETHELL, James Francis Hole, Esq., of 
Pilton House, Somerset. 
Eldest son of Wilham Hole Bethell, Esq., of Spring- 
field House, Somerset, who d. 1863, by Ellen Mary, 
dau. of the late William Gent Wood, Esq. ; b. 1848 ; 
7n. 1881 Margaret, 4th dau. of William Bryan Wood, 
Esq., of Langley Green, Chippenham, Wilts, and has 
issue Margaret and Phyllis. Mr. Bethell was educated 
at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874), 
and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1873. — New 
University Club, s.w. ; SI, Lansdovme Crescent, Nottinq 
Hill, w. 

BETHELL, William, Esq., of Rise Park, 
and Walton Abbey, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of William Frogatt Bethell, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Rise Park and Walton Abbey, who 
d. 1879, by Elizabeth, who d. 1870, 2ud dau. of Sir 
Edmund Beckett, 4th Bart., of Grimthorpe, Yorkshire ; 
b. 1847; m. 1880 the Hon. Maria Myrtle, who 
d. 1900, youngest dau. of Henry, 8th Lord Middle- 
ton, and has, with a dau., a son, * William Adrian 
Vincent, Capt. 2nd Life Guards; 4.1890; m. 1915 
(and obtained a div. 1918) the Hon. Clarissa 
Madeline Georgiana Felicite Tennant, only dau. of 
Edward Priaulx. 1st Lord Glenconner, and has a dau., 
Diana Hermione. Mr. Bethell, who was educated at 
Harrow, is a J.P. and D.L. for the E. Riding and a J.P. 
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, and alternate Patron of 
Vfatton.— Rise Park, near Hull ; Wat ton Abbey, Great 
Driffield; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Yorkshire aub, York. 

BETHELL. See Westbury, Lord. 

BETHUNE, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Edward Cecil, 
K.C.B., C.V.O.— Or. 1915. 

Second son of Adm. Charles Ramsay Driukwater- 
Bethune, R.N., C B., J.P. and D.L., of Balfour, Fife, 
who d. 1884, by Frances Cecilia, who d. 1886, only dau. 
of the late Henry Edward Staples, Esq., of Clapham, 
Surrey; 6.1855; m. 1890 Mary Lilian, 2nd dau. of 
the late Col. William Eliott-Lockhart, formerly R.A. 
Sir EdAvard Bethune, who was educated at the R. Mil. 
Academy, Woolwich, is a Lieut.-Gen. late 16th 
Lancers, 6th Dragoon Guards and Gordon High- 
landers, Col. 4th Dragoon Guards, and Hon. Col. 4th 
W. Lancashire (Howitzer) Brigade R.F.A., Territorial 
Force ; was Deputy Assistant Adjutant-Gen. in India 
1898-9 ; A.vsistant Adjutant-Gen. 1899-1901 ; in 
command of Bethune's Mounted Infantry (which he 
raised) in S. Africa 1899-1902; Brigadier-Gen. on 
the Staff, S. Command, 1905-8; Gen.-Officer Comm. 
W. Lancashire Div., Territorial Force, 1909-12, and 
Director-Gen. of the Territorial Force 1912-17.— 
Naval and Militari/ Chib, w.; Carlton Club, s.w.; 41, 
CoUingham Place, s.w. 

BETHUNE, Lieut.-Col. Henry Ale-xander, of 
Nydie, and Monntquhanie, Fife. 
Only surviving son of Major Robert Bethune, 92nd 
Highlanders, of Nydie, who d. 1 904, by Mary Louisa, 
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dau. of the late Capt. William Amherst Hale, 52nd 
Regt.; 4. 1866 ; m. 1902 Elinor Mary, youngest dau. of 
the late John Brown Watt, Esq., of Sydney, N.S.W., and 
has a dau., Mary Sharp. Lieut. -Col. Bethime, who was ' 
educated at Trinity Coll., Glenalmond, is Capt. and j 
Brevet-Major ret. late Gordon Highlanders, and Lieut.- 
Col. ret., late temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. the Depot 
Gordon Highlanders, and was formerly Major 7th 
Batt. The Black Watch. ^JV/o««i}KA!Ht«, Cupar,, 
Fife; Naval and Uilitartj, and Bath Clubs, w. I 



BETHUNB. See Lindmy, Patton-Bethune, and Sharp 
Bethime. 



BETHUNE-EVERSFIELD. See Eversfield. 

BETTY, Mrs., of Doly-garreg, Carmarthen- 
shire. ■ 
Frances Enid Gweallian, only surviving child of John J 
Bishop, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,"of Doly-garreg, formerly 
a Judge of County Courts, who d. 1913, by Caroline i 
Florentia AfiBeck, 2nd dau. of the late Morgan Pryse 
Lloyd, Esq., of Glansevin, Carmarthenshire; m. 1910 j 
Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. (temp. Lieut.-Col.) Paget 
Kemmis Betty, C.M.G., D.S.O., E.E., and has 2daus.— 
Dolygarrcg, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire. 

BETTY, Major William Redmond Peender- 
GAST Kemmis, O.B.E., of Knightstown, 
Queen's Co.; and of Ballyedmond, co. 
Carlo w. 

Eldest son of Col. William Thomas Betty, 6th Dragoon 
Guards, of Ballyedmond and Knightstown, who d. 
1889, by Cordelia Frances, eldest dau. of the late 
William Marjoribauks Otway, Esq. ; i. 1868; m. 1914 
Helene Louise, only dau. of Major-Gen. Edward 
Thompson Dickson, Col. R. Berkshire Regt. Major 
Betty, who was educated at the United Services Coll., 
is Major R. Berkshire Regt., and temp. Lieut.-Col. on 
the Staff.— /ioijor United Service Club, s.w. 

BEVAN, the Hon. Dame Madd Elizabeth, 
D.B.E.— Cr. 1918. 
Youngest dau. of Henry Bouverie William, 1st Vis- 
count Hampden, G.C.B., who d. 1892, by Eliza, who 
d. 1899, only dau. of the late Gfen. Robert Ellice, Col. 
24th Regt.; m. 1885 David Augustus Bevan, Esq., a 
J.P. for Cambridgeshire. Dame Maud Bevan is Pre- 
sident Hertfordshire Branch British Red Cross Society 
and Commandant Royston Auxiliary Hospital. — Bur- 
loes, Eoyston, Herts. 



BEVAN, Lady. 

Louisa Harriett, dau. of the late Niven Kerr, ] 
British Consul at Dunkirk; in. 1864 Sir Alfred Henry 
Bevan, a Director of Barclay, Perkins & Co., who was 
Sheriff of London 1899, and who was cr. Knt. 190' 
and(i. 1900. 

BEVAN, Edmund Henet, Esq., formerly of 
Whilton Lodge, Northamptonshire. 
Second son of Thomas Bevan, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Stone Park, Kent, who d. 1907, by Emma, who d. 1901, 
dau. of the late Thomas Bayes, Esq., of Kimberley, 
Norfolk; b. 1862; m. 1903 the Hon. Joan Mary 
Conyers Norton, eldest dau. of John Richard Brinsley, 
5th Lord Grantley, and has, with other issue, a son, 
Bryan Henry, b. 1913. Mr. Bevan is a Magistrate for 
Kent and was High Sheriff of Northamptonshire 1912. 
— Brampton Bryan Hall, Herefordshire; Arthurs 
Club, s.w. 



BEVAN, Francis Augustus, Esq., formerly 
of Trent Park, Middlesex. 
Second son of Robert Cooper Lee Bevan, Esq., of Fos- 
bury Manor, Wiltshire, and of Trent Park, who d. 
1890, by his 1st wife Lady Agneta Elizabeth, who d. 
1851, only dau. of the late Vice-Adm. Sir Joseph 
Sydney Yorke, K.C.B., M.P., and sister of Charles 
Philip, 4th Earl of Hardwicke ; b. 1840; m. 1st 1862 
Elizabeth Marianne, who d. 1863, 3rd dau. of the late 
Lord Charles James Fox Russell; 2ndly 1866 Constance, 
who d. 1872, youngest dau. of the Right Hon. Sir 
James Weir Hogg, 1st Bart.; 3rdly 1876 Maria, who 
d. 1903, dau. of the late John Trotter, Esq., of Dyrham 
Park, Hertfordshire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
Cosmo, a D.L. for Middlesex; b. 1863; vi. 1891 
Marion Leila, younger dau. of the Rev. Filmer Sulivau, 
and has a sou, Desmond Russell, educated at Eton ; 
b. 1892. Mr. Bevan, who was educated at Harrow, is 
one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London, a 
Magistrate for Middlesex (High Sheriff 1899), and 
a linight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jeru- 
salem. — Union, and National Clubs, s.w.; 1, Tibiey 
Street, Mayfair, w. 

BEVAN, the Ven. Henet Edward James, 
P.R.S.L., of Quatford Castle, Shropshire. 

Elder son of the late Henry Bevan, Esq., of Shrews- 
bury, by Mary, who d. 1900, 2nd dau. of the late Edward 
Smith, Esq., of Burton and Munslow, Shropshire ; b. 
1854 ; m. 1883 the Hon. Charlotte Josephine Elizabeth, 
2nd dau. of Samuel, 8th Viscount Molesworth, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * the Rev. Hugh Henry 
Molesworth, Vicar of St. Dunstan's, E. Acton ; edu- 
cated at Shrewsbury and at Queen's Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1907, M.A. 1911); b. 1884; m. 1917 Rachel 
Joyse, youngest dau. of the late Rev. Reginald 
Bridges Knatchbull-Hugessen, B.A., Rector of W. 
Grinstead, Sussex, and has a son, *Roger Hugh, b. 
1918. Archdeacon Bevan, who was educated at Shrews- 
bury and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1878, 
M.A. 1883), is Archdeacon of Middlesex ; Examining 
Chaplain to the Bishop of London ; Rector of Chelsea, 
Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, Chaplain, 3rd 
Class, T.F., late Acting Chaplain 1st Middlesex R.E. 
Vols., and Patron of Quatford ; was Camden Lecturer 
of St. Lawrence Jewry, London, 1878-83, Gresham 
Professor of Divinity 1888-1904 ; Golden Lecturer, 
1902-3; Select Preacher at Cambridge 1888-9, 1893-4, 
1896, 1902, 1906, and 1909, Vicar of St. Andrew's, 
Stoke Newington, 1883-95, Rector of Upper Chelsea 
1896-1902, and Rural Dean of Chelsea 1897-1906.— 
Quatford Castle, near Bridgnorth ; Chelsea Rectory, s.w. 

BEVAN, John Van, Esq., of Camass, co. Lime- 
rick. 

Third son of John Bevan, Esq., of Camass, who d. 
1890, by Katharine, dau. of the late William Allen, 
Esq., of Glenville House, co. Cork ; b. 1856 ; m. 1st 1890 
Emily Jane, who d. 1904, dau. of Major Henry Bevan, 
formerly 27th Madras N.I. ; 2ndly 1905 Annie 
Marvella, younger dau. of the late Rev. Francis Cooper, 
Rector of Cahir, and has, with other issue, a sou, 
* Frederick Van, b. 1906. Mr. Bevan is a J.P. for co. 
Limerick. — Camass, Bruff, co. Limerick. 

BEVAN, Mrs., of Island Hall, Huntingdon- 
shire. 
Violet Julia, 2nd dau. of Gen. Robert Julian Baum- 
gartner, C.B., of Island Hall, Col. R. Sussex Regt., who 
d. 1895, by Helen, who d. 1911, youngest dau. of the 
late Ross 'Thompson, Esq., of Greenwood Park, co. 
Down; m. 1st 1891 Major Frederick Robert Beart, 
3rd Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps, a J.P. for Hunting- 
donshire, of The Chestnuts. Godmanchester, who d. 



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1895; 2ndly 1915, as his 2ud wife, Cyril Mouatain 
Bevan, Esq., of Talan-an-Voan, Lilliput, Dorsetshire, 
whod. 1916, and has, with other issue, a son, * Robert 
Baumgartner, educated at Winchester; b. 1892. — 
Island Hall, Godinanchester, Huntingdonsldrc . 

BEV AN, Mrs. Fredeeick, of Troston Hall, 
Suffolk. 

Elizii, younger dau. of Robert Emlyn Loflft, Esq., of 
Troston Hall, who d. 1817, by Lstitia Niel, dau. of 
the late Col. Francis Richardson, Grenadier Guards ; 
m. 1851 Frederick Roliert Bevan, Esq., of Rougham 
Rookery, Suflfolk, who </. 1S90, and lias, with a dan., a 
son, * Francis Lofft, h. 1854.— 7V.'si'ri« Hall, near Bury 
St. Edmunds; 67, Earl's Court Sqi'Pre, s.w. 



BEVAN, Richard Hunter, Esq., of Hor.sgate, 
Cackfield, Sussex ; .and of Oakley Manor, 
B uckinghamsliire . 
Eldest son of Richard Alexander Bevan, Esq., J.P., of 
Horsgate, who d. 1918, by Laura Maria, who d. 1906, 
dau. of the late Edward Polhill, Esq-, of Brunswick 
Square, Brighton ; b. 1S62; m. 1892 Mary Katharine, 
eldest dau. of the late Charles Henry William Gordon, 
Esq., of Newtimbei Place, Sussex, aud has, with other 
issue, a son, * Charles Richard Gordon, a Gunner, Tank 
Corps; educated at Malvern Coll.; h. 1895. Mr. 
Bevan was educated at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1885).— 
Rfisidence; Brimscomhe Court, near Stroud, Gloucester- 
shire. 

BEVAN, Wilfred, Esq., of Plasliwood, SuSblk. 

Youngest sou of Thomas Bevan, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of Stone Park, Kent, who d. 1907, by Emma, who d. 
1901, dau. of the late Thomas Bayes, Esq., of Kimber- 
ley, Norfolk; b. 1866; m. 1894 Ethel Marion, dau. of 
the late Edward Henry Watts, Esq., of Bishops Stort- 
ford, Hertfordshire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
* Thomas, educated at Eton; b. 1900. Mr. Bevan, 
who was educated at AVellington Coll. and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1888, M.A. 1892), is a Magis- 
trate for Suffolk and Capt. T.F. Reserve, late 6th 
(Cyclist) Batt. Suffolk B,egt.—Plashwood, HaugUey, 
Suffolk ; United University Club, s.w. 

BEVERIDGE, Sir William Henry, K.C.B.— 
Cr. 1919. 

Elder son of Henry Beveridge, Esq., ofPitfold, Shotter- 
mill, Sui-rey, by Annette, dau. of the late William 
Akroyd, Esq, of Parkfield, Stourbridge ; b. 1879. Sir 
William Beveridge, who was educated at Charterhouse 
andatBalliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1901, M.A. and B.C.L. 
1903), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple, 190i, 
was Stowell Civil Law Fellow, Univ. Coll., Oxford, 
1902-9 ; Director of Labour Exchanges, Bo.ird of 
Trade, 1909-16; Assistant Gen. Secretary Ministry of 
Munitions 1915-16 and2ndSecretary Ministry of Food 
1916-19 ; appointed Permanent Secretary 1919 and 
Director of the London School of Economics 1919 ; is 
Author of " Unemployment, a Problem of Industry," 
" John and Irene, an Anthology of Thoughts on 
Woman," and " Swish " (a submarine game). — Rejor^n 
Club, s.w. ; 27, Bedford Gardens, Kenslnyton, w. • 

BEVERIDGE-DUNOAN. See MacduffDuncan. 

BEVINGTON, Mrs., of Merle Wood, Kent. 

Sarah Ann, dau. of Benjamin Edgington, Esq., of 
Lavender Hill, who d. 1869, by Maria Theresa, who 
d. 1875, dau. of the late Mr. Nattali ; m. 1859 Col. 
Samuel Bourne Bevington, of Merle Wood, a J.P. for 
Surrey and for the eo. of London, and Lieut.-Col. and 



Hon. Col. late Comm. Srd Vol. Batt. Queen's R. West 
Surrey Regt., V.D., who was Mayor of Bermondsey 
1980-2, and who d. 1907, leaving, with other issue, a 
son, * Robert Knox, Lieut. -Co!, and Hon. Col. Terri- 
torial Force Reserve, Hon. Col., previously Lieut.- 
Col. Comm., 22nd (Co. of London) Batt. London 
Regt., V.D., and temp. Capt. 12th Batt. Kejit Vol. 
Regt.; b. 1861; m. 1898 Marian, eldest dau. of 
Sir John Kirk, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., and has, with other 
issue, a sou, * James Geoffrey, b. 1903. — Merle Wood, 
Sevenoaks, Kent. 



BE WES, Charles, Esq., of Gnaton Hall, Devon. 

Eldest son of Charles Theodore Bewes, Esq., of 
Home Lodge, Devon, who d. 1894, by Elizabeth, who 
d. 1893, 2nd dau. of the late George William Soltau, 
Esq., of Little Efford, Devon; b. 1854; m. 1883 
Frances, 2nd dau. of John Thomas Soltau, Esq., J.P., 
of Little Efford, and has, with other issue, an only 
son, * Charles Thomas Anstis, an Hon. Capt. in the 
Army ; late Capt. 5th Batt. Devonshire Regt. ; edu- 
cated at Harrow and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; b. 
1886; m. 1913 Nancy, only dau. of the late William 
Christian Krieger, Esq., of Denmark. Mr. Bewes 
s. his uncle, Cecil Edward Bewes, Esq., J.P., 1903. 
— Gnaton Hall, Yealmpton, Vlymoulh ; R. Auto- 
mobile Club, s.w. ; i?. Western Yacht Club of England, 
Plymouth. 

BEWICKE, Calverly, Esq., O.B.E., M.C., of 
Close House, Northumberland. 
Eldest son of Calverley Bewicke, Esq., J.P., of Close 
House, who d. 1896, by Eleanor Evelyn, younger dau. 
of the late Rev. Edward Henry Quicke, Vicar of 
Newton St. Cyres, Devon; 6. 1883; m. 1911 Hylda, 
youngest dau. of James Dugdale, Esq,, and has, with 
other is.sue, a son, * Calverly, b. 1914. Mr. Bewicke, 
who was educated at Harrow, and was formerly Lieut, 
(on probation) Scots Guards, is Lieut. Scots Guards, 
Special Reserve, aud Patron of 1 living ; was a 
D.A.Q.M.G., with the temp, rank of Major, 1918-19 ; 
appointed a Staff Capt., with the temp rank of Capt., 
1919. — Close Hnusi; li'ylam-on-Tyne, Northumberland; 
Urpeth Lodge, Birtley, co. Durham; Guards', and 
White's Clubs, s.w. 



BEWICKE - COPLEY, Brigadier-Gen. Sir 
Robert Calverley Alington, K.B.E., C.B., 
of Coulby Manor, and Sprotborough Hall, 
Yorkshire.— Cr. 1919. 
Eldest son of Robert Calverley Bewicke Bewicke, Esq., 
of Coulby Manor, who d. 1886, by Mary Theresa, who d. 
1916, 4th dau. of the late Rev. William Gooch, Canon 
of York ; b. 1855 ; m. 1886 Selina Frances, eldest dau. 
of Sir Charles Watson- Copley, 3rd Bart. {e.vt.), of Sprot- 
borough Hall, and has had, with 2 surviving daus., 
Redvers Lionel Calverley (elder son), Capt. Coldstream 
Guards; *. 1891), and killed in action 1916; and 
*Robert Godfrey Wolseley (younger son), M.C., Lieut. 
King's R. Rifle Corps and Acting Major M.G.C. ; 
educated at Eton; b. 1893. Sir Robert Bewicke- 
Copley, who was educated at Rugby and at Merton 
Coll., Oxford, and assumed the additional surname of 
Copley in 1892, is a D.L. for the N. Riding of York- 
shire, a Magistrate for the W. Riding, an Hon. 
Brigadier-Gen. ret., late King's R. Rifle Corps, Hon. 
Commandant W. Riding R.A.S.C, M.T., and temp. 
Col. aud Co. Commandant W. Riding of Yorkshire 
Vol. Regt. ; was Gen. Staff Ofiicer Northern Command 
1905-9 and commanded the 17th Infantry Brigade, 
■ 6th Div., Irish Command, with the temp, rank of 
Brigadier-Gen., 1909-12. Lady Bewicke-Copley is 
Patron of 1 living. — Sprotborough Hall, Doncaster. 



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BEWLEY, Lady. 

Anna Sophia Stewart, diiu. of Henry Cope CoUes, Ksq., 
Barrister-at-Law, of Monkstowu, CO. Dublin; m. 1866 
Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley, K.C., F.S.A., LL.D., a 
Barrister-at-Law, and a J.P. for cos. Dublin, Carlow, 
and Wicklow, who was Eegius Professor of Feudal and 
English Law in Dublin University 1881-90, and a 
Judge of the Supreme Court and Judicial Commis- 
sioner of the Irish Land Commission 1890-8, and who 
was cr. Knt. 1898 and d. IdOS.—Greeiiholm, Hind- 
head, Surrey. 

BEYNON, Major-Gen. Sir William Geoege 
Laweence, K.O.LE., C.B., D.S.O.— Cr. 
1917. 

Eldest son of Major-Gen. AVilliam Howell Bcynon, 
Indian Army, who d. 1903, by Charlotte Barton, who rf. 
1918, 3rd dau. of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir George St. 
Patrick Lawrence, K.C.S.I., C.B. ; *. 1856 ; m. 1899 
Edith Norah, youngest dau. of the late George Petrie, 
Esq., of De Vere Gardens, Kensington. Sir William 
Beynon, who was educated at Marlborough and at the 
E.Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Major-Gen. Indian Army ; 
wasAs.sistant Mil. Secretary and Interpreterto the Com- 
mander-in-Chief in India (Earl Kitchener) 1905, and 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant-Gen. Bareilly Brigade, 
India. 1905-9; commanded Nowshera Brigade, N. 
Army in India, 1914-17, since when he has commanded 
Derajat Brigade, N.W. Frontier Province. — Army and 
Navy Club, s.w. ; do H. S. King £ Co., 9, Fall Mall, s.w. 

BEYNON, John Wtndham, Esq., of Bryn 
Ivor, Monmouthshire. 
Only son of Thomas Beynon, Esq., a J.P. and D.L. for 
Monmouthshire (High Sheriff 1890), who d. 1892, by 
Lydia Beynon, dau. of the late Peter Williams, Esq., 
of Mount St. Alban, Monmouthshire; b. 1864. Mr. 
Beynon is a Magistrate for Monmouthshire (High 
Sheriff 1917 ) and temp. Major Monmouthshire Motor 
Vol. Corps. — Bryn Ivor, Castlcton, Cardiff; The 
Coldra, Chrisichurch, Monmouthshire ; Constitutional 
Club, w.c. ; E. Automobile Club, s.w. 

BEYNON. See Crowthcr-Beynon, and Frotheroe- 
Beynon, 

BHOWNAGGREE, Sir Mancheejee Mee- 
WANJEE, K.C.LE.— Cr. 1897. 

Son of the late Merwanjee N. Bhownaggree, a Bombay 
Merchant, by his wife Cooverbai ; h. 1851 ; m. 1872. 
Educated at Bombay University, and, at Elphinstone 
Coll., Bombay ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1885 ; 
is a J.P. for Bombay, and was M.P. for Bethnal Green 
(N.E. Div.) 1895-1906.— C«WtoM Club.s.vi.; Consti- 
tutional Club, w.c; 177, Cromwell Road, s.w. 

BIBBY, Feank, Esq., of Hardwicke Grange, 
Shropshire. 
Only sou of James Jenkinson Bibby, Esq., of Hardwicke 
Grange, who d. 1897, by Sarah, who d. 1892, dau. of the 
late Thomas Cook, Esq., of Dewsbury; b. 18o7;m. 1890 
Edith, eldest dau. of the late Major-Gen. Sir Stanley 
de Astel Calvert Clarke, G.C.V.O., C.M.G., Extra 
Equerry to King George V., and formerly Clerk Mar- 
shal and Chief Equerry to King Edward VII., and has, 
with other issue, a son, * Frank Brian Frederic, 
Capt. 1st Life Guards ; educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford 
(B.A. 1917, M.A. 1918); b. 1893. Mr. Bibby, who 
was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. for Shropshire 
(High Sheriff 1900), and Lord of theManor of Hadnall. 
— Hardwicke Grange, near Shrewsbury ; Carlton Club, 
s.w. ; 39, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, w. 
112 



BIBBY HESKETH. See Hesketk 

BIBEB-ERSKINE. See Erskine. 

BICKFORD - SMITH, Mrs., of Trevarno, 
Cornwall. 

Anna Matilda, 2nd dau. of the late George Hickman 
Bond, Esq., of Radford, Nottinghamshire; m. 1870, as 
his 2nd wife, William Bickford-Smith, Esq., F.A.S., of 
Trevarno, late Capt. 1st Cornwall Kifle Vols., a J.P. 
for Cornwall, who was M.P. for the Truro Div, of 
Cornwall 1885-92, and who d. 1899, leaving (by his 
1st wife Margaret Leaman, who d. 1868, only dau. of 
the late 'WiUiani Venning, Esq., of Broadhempstone, 
Devonshire), with other issue, a son, Roandeu Albert 
Henry, a Barrister-at-Law; b. 1859 ; m. 1891 Caroline 
Louisa Marianne, only dau. of John Edwin Hilary 
Skinner, Esq., of Abbotsham Court, Devonshire, and 
d. 1916, leaving, with other issue, a son, *William 
Nugent Venning. M.C.,temp. Capt. 4th (Service) Batt. 
S. Wales BorJi Ters ; educated at Marlborough and at 
Pembroke Coll., Cambridge; b. 1892. — Treuarno, 
Helston, Cornwall. 

BIDDULPH, Lord (Michael Biddulph).— Cr. 
1903. 
Eldest son of Robert Biddulph, Esq., M.P., D.L., of 
Ledbury Park, who d. 1864, by Elizabeth, younger dau. 
of the late George Palmer, Esq., M.P., of NazeingPark, 
Essex; b. 1834; m. 1st 1864 Adelaide Georgiana, who 
d. 1872, youngest dau. of the late Right Hon. Gen. 
Jonathan Peel ; 2ndly 1877 Lady Elizabeth Philippa, 
V.A. (formerly an Extra Bedchamber "Woman to 
H.M. Queen Victoria), who d. 1916, eldest dau. of 
Charles Pliilip, 4th Earl of Hardwicke, and widow of 
Henry John Adeane, Esq., of Babraham, Cambridge- 
shire. Lord Biddulph, who was educated at Harrow, 
is a J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire, a J.P. for 
Gloucestershire, and Patron of 1 living, and was M.P. 
for Herefordshire 1866-85, and for the Ross Div. 
1885-1900. — Ledbury Fark, Ledbury ; Kemhle House, 
Cinnccster : Reform, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w.; 19, 
Ennismore Gardens, s.w. 

Heir, !iis son John Michael Gordon, a J.P. and D.L. for Here- 
fordshire ; educated at Eton and at Ch. Oh., Oxford (B.A. 
1892) ; 6.1860 ; m. 1896 Marjorie Snsan Caroline, youngest 
dan. of the late Col. William Mure, of Caldwell, Ayrshire, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Michael William John, 
Lieut. Coldstream Guards; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., 
Sandhurst ; h. 1898. 

BIDDULPH, Sir Theophilus Geoege, Bart.— 
Cr. 1664. 
Only son of Sir Theophilus William Biddulph, 7th 
Bart., by the Hon. Mary Agnes, who d. 1889, 3rd dau. 
of Kenelm, 17th Lord Soraerville {ext.); b. 1874; s. 
1883 ; m. 1907 Eleanor, M.B.E., youngest dau. of the 
late Samuel Thompson, Esq., of Muckamore Abbey, eo. 
Antrim. — Arthur's Club, s.w. 

Heir /'res., William Hugh, elder son of William Wallick 
Biddulph, Esq., who d. 1891, by Annie (who m. 2ndly 1892, 
as his 2nd wife, James Balfour Wemyss, Esq., of Wemysa 
Hall, Pifeshire. who d. 1894), eldest dan. of the late 
William Hugh Baruikel. Esq. ; a J.P. for Ceylon, Lient.- 
Ool. Ceylon Planters' Rifle Corps, Hon. Lieut. -Ool. in the 
Army, and Patron of 1 living ; was temp. Lieut.-Col. 
Oomm. 8th (Service) Batt. Loyal N. Lancashire Begt. 
1915 16 ; 6. 1869 ; m. 1st 1902 Annette Louisa, who rf. 
191.5, dau. of the late Lient.-Ool. Harcourt Master, 4th 
Light Dragoons : 2ndly 1915 Kathleen Anna Herring, 
dan. of the late Harman Herring-Cooper, Ksq., of Shrule 
Castle, CO. Oailow. 

BIDDULPH, the late Lieut.. Col. Francis 

Edwaed, of Congor House, co. Tipperary ; 

and of Fortal, King's Co. 

Eldest son of Nicholas Biddulph, E.sq., of Congor 

House, who d. 1888, by his 1st wife Catherine, who 

d. 1834, dau. of the late Rev. Edward Lucas, ofRakeney, 



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CO. Cavan ; h. 1834 ; m. 1861 Annabella, 3rd dan. of tlio 
late John Campbell Kennedy, Esq., of Ballyrainey 
House, CO. Down, and d. 1919, leaving, with other issue, 
a son, * Nicholas Trafalgar, Major and Lieut.-Col. 
Eeserve of Officers, and Major ret., late Durham L.I. ; 
was temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. a Service Batt. Durham L.I. 
1915-16 and Comm. 66th Reserve Training Batt. 
1916-17; b. 1863; m. 1894 Marion Flora Campbell, 
dau. of the late Capt. Augustus F. Warburton, 15th 
Eegt., and has, with a dau., a son,* Francis John, M.C., 
. Lieut. R.E. ; educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Wool- 
wich ; b. 1896. I-ieut.-Col. Biddulph was a J.P. for 
King's Co., and Lieut.-Col., late 9th Rt^gt.— Marie 
Lodge, Banihill Road, Dalkey. 

BIDDULPH, Lieut.-Col. Middleton West- 
ENEA, of Rathrobin, King's Co. 
Only surviving son of Francis Marsh Wellesley Bid- 
dulph, Esq., of Rathrobin, who d. 1868, by Lucy, who 
d. 1896, 2nd dau. of the late Robert Bickerstaffe, Esq., 
of Preston, Lancashire; b. 1849 ; m. 1891 Vera Jose- 
phine, 2nd dau. of the late Sir William Henry Flower, 
K.C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S. Lieut.-Col. Biddulph 
is Lieut.-Col. ret., late (5th) Northumberland Fusiliers, 
and a J.P. and D.L. for King's Co. (High Sheriff 1901). 
— Rathrobin, TuUamore; Naval and Military Club, w. 

BIGGE, Sir (Lewis) Amheest Selby, Bart., 
K.C.B., of The Manor Honse, King's 
Sutton, Northamptonshire. — Cr. 1919. 
Second son of Charles Selby Bigge, Esq., of Linden 
House, Northumberland, and of Ightham Mote, Kent, 
who d. 1889, by Katharina, who d. 1918, dau. of the 
late James Scott Ogle, Esq., of Oakwood, Kent; b. 
1860 ; Hi. 1885 Edith Lindsay, O.B.E., younger dau. of 
the late Right Hon. John Robert Davison, M.P., Judge- 
Advocate- Gen., of Underriver House, Kent. Sir Am- 
herst Bigge, who was educated at Winchester and at 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1883, M.A. 1885), and called to 
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1891, is a Magistrate for 
Northamptonshire, and was formerly a F'ellowof Univ. 
Coll., Oxford, and a Principal Assistant Secretary in the 
Board of Education 1908-11, since when he has been 
Piymanent Secretary to the Board. — The Manor House, 
King's Sutton, near Banbury ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 
127^ Sloane Street, s.w. 

Heir, his son, John Amherst Selby, temp. Lieut. R.A.S.O. ; 

educated at Winchester and at Ch. Oil., Oxford ; b. 1892 ; 

m. 1914 Ruth, eldeBt dau. ol Edward Walter Humphries, 

Esq., of Aehbumham Grove, Bradford. 



a temp. Assistant Director at the War Office 1910, 
and a temp. A.A.G. there, with the rank of Brigadier- 
Gen., 1917. — Chaffery Moor, Bonrton, Dorset ; Junior 
United Service Club, s.w. 



BIGGE. 



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BIGGE, Hubert John, Esq., of Ovingham 
Northumberland. 
Eldest son of Edward Ellison Bigge, Esq., J.P., of 
Ovingham, who d. 1909, by Annie Elizabeth, youngest 
dau. of the late John Straker, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Stagshaw House, Northumberland; b. 1888. Mr. 
Bigge, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1910), is Lieut. 19th Hussars, 
and Patron of 1 living. — Residence: Middleton Tyas, 
Yorkshire. 

BIGGE, Col. Thomas Arthur Hastings, C.B.. 
C.M.G., formerly of Lye House, Hertford- 
shire. 
Eldest son of Major-Gen. Thomas Scovell Bigge, C.B., 
J.P., late Northumberland Fusiliers, of Lye House, I 
who d. 1914, by Ellen, only dau. of the late Rev. John 
Lees, Rector of Annaghdown, co. Gahvay; b. 1866 ; m. 
1889 Lucy Katharine, only dau. of the late William 
Henry Bourne, Esq., of Rathangan, co. Kildare, and 
has 3 daus. Col. Bigge, who was educated at the R. 
Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is Col. late R.E. ; appointed 



BIGGER, Henry Thomson, Esq., of Falmore 
Hall, CO. Louth. 

Second son of Capt. John James Eastwood Bigger, 
J.P., late 6th Dragoon Guards, of Falmore Hall, and 
Castletown Castle, co Louth, whorf. 1913, by Margaret, 
who rf. 1909, 2nd dau. of the late Henry Thomson, Esq., 
of Downshire House, Newry, co. Down; *. 1868. Mr. 
Bigger was educated at Bath and at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. 1S02).— Fa/more Hall, Dundalk, co. 
Louth ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin. 

BIGGS, Major Sir Arthur Worthington, 
Knt— Cr. 1906. 
Fourth son of William Biggs, Esq., M.P., J.P., of Lei- 
cester, who d. 1881, by Mary Deborah, who d. 1893, 2nd 
dau. of the late John Worthington, Esq., of Leicester ; 
b. 1846; m. 1872 Lilian, who d. 1891, 3rd dau. of 
the late Charles Holland, Esq., J.P., of Liseard, 
Cheshire. Sir Arthur Biggs, who was educated in Paris, 
is Major ret., late 6th Lancashire R.G.A. Vols, and 
was formerly Chairman of the Crystal Palace. — 
National Liberal Club, s.w. 

BIGGS, Major George Washington, of Belle- 
vue, CO. Tipperarj'. 
Eldest sou of Samuel Dickson Biggs, Esq., of Bellevue, 
who d. 1904, by Elizabeth Geraldine, only dau. of the 
late Edward Dartnell Goodwin, Esq., of Limerick ; b. 
1872 ; m. 1899 Grace Mary, 2nd dau. of Lieut.-Col. 
Robert Henry Robinson, late R. Army Medical Corps, 
of Moor Park, King's Co., and has, ^vith other issue, 
a son, * Samuel George, b. 1900. Major Biggs, who 
was educated at Foyle Coll., is an Hon. Capt. in the 
Army and was formerly Capt. (previously Major) 
3rd Batt. R. Irish Regt. — Bellevue, Borrisokane, co. 
Tij>]>erary. 

BIGGS, of Stockton House, Wiltshire. See 
Coventry, Bishop of. 

BIGGS-ATKINSON, Capt. Thomas Bateson, 
of Ashley Park, co. Tipperary. 

Youngest sou of Samuel Dickson Biggs, Esq., of 
Bellevue, co. Tipperary, who d. 1904, by Elizabeth 
Geraldine, only dau. of the late Edward Dartnell Good- 
win, Esq., of Limerick ; 4.18 — ; ?». 1903 Alice Marjory, 
who d. 1919, 2nd dau. of James Netterville Atkinson, 
Esq., J.P., of A.shley Park. Capt.Bi^--- \ l.in-.i,, win. 
assumed the additional surniime of -\- - I 

poll 1903, and was formerly Capt. 3 !■ I i^i : ! ii 
Regt., is temp. Capt. 1st Garrison Im:. K. I: -h 
Rifles, previously 6lh (Service) Batt, E. Irisli Regt., 
and a Solicitor. — Ashley Park, war Nenagh, co. Tip- 
perary. 



BIGHAM. 



BIGLAND, 

See Pain. 



See Mersey, Viscount. 
of Bigland Hall, Lancashi 



itie, and 



BIGNOLD, Lady, of Loch Rose 
Cabuie Lodge, Ross-shire. 
Emily Florence, eldest dau. of Thomas Agar, Esq., of 
Leicester, who d. 1884, by Fannie, youngest dau. of 
the late James Page, Esq., of Leicester ; m. 1906, as 
his 2nd wife. Sir Arthur Biguold, F.R.G.S., F.R.Z.S., 



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of Loch Rosque C;istle, Cabuie Lodge, and Strath- 
bran Lodge, Ross-shire, a J.P. for Ross-shire, who was 
M.P. for the Wick Dist. 1900-Jan. 1910, and who 
was cr. Knt. 1904 and c/.s.p. 1915.— iotA Rosqiie 
Castle, Boss-Mre : Cabuie Lodge, Ross-shire; 12, 
Kensington Court Mansions, w. 

BILES, Professor Sir John Harvard, Knt., 
LL.D., D.Sc— Cr. 1913. 

Third son of John Biles, Esq., of Portsmouth, whod. 
1902, by Margari't, who d. 1884, 2nd dau. of the late 
John Groombridge, Esq., of Ernehill, Kent ; b. 1854 ; 
m. 1876 Emma Jane, only child of the late Richard 
Hoskyn Lloyd, Esq., of Pembroke, and has, with 2 
dans., a son, John Harvard, educated at Eepton ; b. 
1887; m. 1913 Marion Rankine, dau. of the late 
Adam James Rankine Wilson, Esq., Barrister. 
at-Law, of N.S.W., and has, with a dau., a son, 
John Harvard, 6. 1914. Sir John Biles, who 
was educated at the R. School of Naval Architec- 
ture and Marine Engineering and at the E. Naval 
Coll., Greenwich (Hon. LL.D. Yale Univ. 1901, Hon. 
D.Sc. Harvard Univ. 1908), was a Member of the 
Departmental Committees on Mercantile Auxiliaries 
for War 1902, on Torpedo and Boat Destroyers 1901-3, 
on Warship Design 1904-5, and on Tonnage 1906, and 
an Assessor at the ' Titanic ' Inquiry and Chairman 
of the Departmental Committee on the Safety of Life 
at Sea 1912; is a Vice-President of the Institute of 
Naval Architects ; Consulting Naval Architect to the 
India Office and to the Government of the Common- 
wealth of Australia ; Past Master of the Worshipful 
Co. of Shipwrights, and an Hon. Member of the 
Japanese Society of Naval Architects, and has been 
Professor of Naval Architecture at Glasgow Univ. 
since 1891 ; has the Order of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class. 
— Tighnamara, Wemyss Bay, Renfrewshire ; 1, White-] 
hall Court, s.w. '■ 

BILIOTTI, Sir Alfred, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 

189(5. 

Son of the late Vice-Consul Charles Biliotti ; b. 1833 ; 
111. 1889 a French Lady. Sir Alfred Biliotti was 
Vice-Consul for Rhodes 1856-73, and for Trebizond 
1873-9, Consul for Trebizond 1879-83, for Trebizond 
and Sivas 1883-5, and for Crete 1885-98, and Consul- 
Gen, for Crete 1898-9, and at Salonica 1899-1903. 

BILL, Capt. Charles Fitz Herbert, of 
Farley Hall, Staffordshire. 
Elder son of Col. Charles Bill, M.P., J.P., late 4th 
Batt. N. Staffordshire Regt., of Farley Hall, who d. 
1915, by Ellen Margaret Hepburn, 2ud dau. of the 
late Lieut.-Col. Richard Henry Fitz Herbert, of 
Somersal Herbert. Derbyshire ; 4. 1872 ; m. 1909 Alice 
Violet, who d. 1917, only dau. of Charles Uolton Toller, 
Esq., of Aston Bank, Flintshire, and has 3 dans. Capt. 
Bill, who was educated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1895), is Capt. 4th Batt. N. Staffordshire Regt. 
—Farley Hall, Oakamoor, Staffordshire ; United Uni- 
versity Club, s.w. 

BILLIAT, Joseph, Esq., of Aisthorpe Hall, 
Lincolnshire ; and of Saplej, Huntingdon- 
shire. 
Onlv son of .Toseph Billiat, Esq., of Sapley, and Bark- 
ston House, Grantham, who d. 1863, by Margaret, 3rd 
dau. of the late John Clark, Esq., J.P., of The White 
House, Newark, and of Baldertou, Notts; b. posthumous 
1863 ; m. 1885 Eveline Agnes Schreiber, eldest dau. of 
the late Rev. Thomas Tweeddale, M.A., Vicar of Shern- 
bourne and Fring, Norfolk, and has, with other issue, 
a son, * John Joseph, Lieut. Lincolnshire Regt. ; edu- 
cated at Rugby and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; 
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b. 1893. Mr. Billiat, who was educated at Uppingham 
and at St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, is a Magistrate for 
Lincolnshire, Lord of the Manor of Sapley, Hunts, and 
Patron of 1 living ; late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Lincolnshire 
Regt. — Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

BILSLAND, Sir William, Bart., LL.D.— 
Cr. 1907. 
Eldest son of James Bilsland, Esq., Ballat, Stirling- 
shire, who d. 1886, by Anne, who d. 1890, dau. of the 
late William Blair, Esq., Killearn, Stirlingshire; b. 
1847; in. 1885 Agnes Anne, 3rd dau. of the late 
Alexander Steven, Esq., of Provanside, Glasgow. Sir 
William Bilsland, who was educated at Dalmonach 
School, Dumbartonshire (Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1907), 
is a J.P. and D.L. for Lanarkshire and for the co. of 
the City of Glasgow, and was Lord-Lieut, and Lord 
Provost of the City of Glasgow 1905-8.— 28, Park 
Circus, Glasgow ; Art, and Western Clubs, Glasgow ; 
University Club, Edinburgh. 

Heir, his son Alex.inJer Steven, M.C., Lieut. 8th Batt. The 
Oamerouians (Scottish Rifles) ; educated at Glasgow 
Academy and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge ; (i.t892. 

BINGHAM, Lord. See under Lwcan. 

BINGHAM, Major-Gen. the Hon. Sir Cecil 
Edward, K.C.M.G.. C.B., C.V.O.— Cr. 

1918. 
Second son of George, 4th Earl of Lucan, K.P., who d. 
1914, by Lady Cecilia Catherine, who d. 1910, youngest 
dau. of Charles, 5th Duke of Richmond and Lennox, 
K.G.; J. 1861; m. 1st 1884 Rose Ellinor, who d. 1908, 
4th dau. of the late James Alexander Guthrie, Esq., 
of Craigie, Forfarshire; 2ndly 1911 Alys Elizabeth, 
dau. of the late Col. Henry Montgomerie Carr, of 
Kentucky, U.S.A., and widow of Samuel Sloane 
Cliauncey, Esq., of New York, U.S.A. Sir Cecil 
Bingham, who was educated at Wellington Coll., i 
J.P. for Northamptonshire ; a Major-Gen., late 1st Life 
Guards, and a Comm. of the Legion of Honour ; has 
the Star of Ethiopia, 3rd Class; accompanied the 
Special Mission to King Menelik of Abyssinia 1897; 
was A.D.C. and subsequently D.A.A.G. Cav. Div. in 
S. Africa 1900; A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Con- 
naught in India 1902-3; Brigadier-Gen. Comm. 4th 
Cav. Brigade, E. Command, 1910-14; in command 
of a Brigade 1914-15, of a Cav. Div. 1915, and of a 
Cav. Corps 1916 ; Commander Reserve Centre 1916-17 

j and in command of an Infantry Div. 1917-18. — Turf 

! Club, w. ; 40, Hertford Street, w. 

BINGHAM, Major-Gen. the Hon. Sir Francis 
Richard, K.C.M.G., C.B. — Cr. 1918. 

Third son of George, 4th Earl of Luean, K.P., who d. 
1914, by Lady Cecilia Catherine, who d. 1910, young- 

! est dau. of Charles, 5th Duke of Richmond and Leimox, 
K.G. ; 6.1863; m. 1896 Kathleen, younger dau. of 
Gen. Sir Charles Mansfield Clarke, 3rd Bart., G.C.B., 
G.C.V.O. Sir Francis Bingham is a Major-Gen., late 

\ R.A., and a Comm. of the Italian Order of the Crown ; 
has the Orders of the Legion of Honour, and the Crown 
and Leopold of Belgium ; was Chief Instructor Horse 
and Field School of Gunnery, Shoeburyness, 1911-13, 
and Assistant Director at the War Office 1913-15, and 
has been Director-Gen. Munitions Designs, Ministry of 
Munitions, since 1916.— 38A,A:m9's Road, Chelsea, s.w. 

BINGHAM, Sir Albert Edward, Bart., O.B.E. 

— Cr. 1903. 
j Only son of Sir John Edward Bingham, 1st Bart., by 
Maria, dau. of the late William Fawcett, Esq., of Clarke 
House, Sheffield ; b. 1868 ; a. 1915 ; m. 1893 Lucy 
I Barbara, dau. of the late Duncan L. McAUum, E 



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of Gosfortb, Northumberhuul, and lias a daii., Esmo 
Lyie ; ?n. 1918 Major Pierre Elliot Iiiclibald, M.C, 
Capt. and Acting Major R.F.A., of Thurleston, Devon, 
and has a son, Peter Bingham, b. 1919. Sir Albert 
Bingham, who was educated at Blair Lodge, isLient.- 
Col. T.F. Reserve, late W. Riding Divisional Engineers, 
R.E., T.F., V.D. ; elected Master Cutler IdlS.—Ranhi/ 
House, near Retford, Nottinghamshire ; Junior Con- 
stitutional Club, w. ; R. Automobile Club, s.w. ; The 
Club, Sheffield. 

BINGHAM, Denis Geoege Beoad, Esq., of 
Bingham Castle, co. Majo. 

Elder son of .Denis George Charles Arthur Bingham, 
Esq., who d. 1876, by Maria Mary, whorf. 1881, eldest 
dau. of the late Capt. William Henry Broad, R.N. ; 
b. 1875 ; s. his grandfather, Denis Bingham, Esq., 1902 ; 
m. 1909 Ina Mary, eldest dau. of the late Capt. George 
Alexander Broad.M.V.O., ret. R.N. Mr.Bingham,who 
was educated in Dublin, is temp. Lieut. R. Naval Vol. 
'Reserve.— Biiiffham, Castle, BelmuUet, co. Mat/o. 



BINGHAM. 



Clanmorris, and Lucan. 



BINGLEY, Major-Gen. Sir Alfeed Hoeseoed, 
K.C.I.E., C.B.— Or. 1918. 

Eldest son of Peregrine Taylor Bingley, Esq., who d. 
1886, by Alice, only dau. of the late John Wentworth 
Austen, Esq., 87th Foot; b. 1865; m. 1893 Mabel 
Katherine, eldest dau. of the late Col. Geoige Augustus 
Way, C.B., Indian Army. Sir Alfred Bingley, who 
was educated at Kensington School and at the R. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst, is a Major-Gen. Indian .\rmy; was 
D.A..\.G. Headquarters, India, 1901-6 ; Deputy Secre- 
tary to the Government of India, Army Department, 
1906-8; Gen. StafF Officer, India, 1911-14; D.A.G. 
India, 1914; Brigadier-Gen. for Administration 1914- 
15 and in command of a Brigade 1915-16 ; appointed 
Secretary to the Government of India, Army Depart- 
ment, 1916. — Simla, India; United Service Club, s.w. 

BINNEY, Jambs, Esq., of Pampisford Hall, 
Cambridgeshire. 

Youngest son of Edward William Binney, Esq., F.R.S., 
of Ravenscliffe, I. of Man, and Worksop, Notts, who 
d. 1881, by Mary Christina, dau. and co-heiress of the 
Rev. David Jones, of Hope Bagot, Shropshire ; b.li 
m. 1st 1894 Cecilia de Anyers, who d. 1897, youngest 
dau. of the late Henry Rodolph d' Anyers Willis, Esq., 
of Halsnead Park, Lancashire; 2ndly 1907 Lady 
A^iolet Louisa Marjory Brudenell-Bruce, younger dau. 
of Henry Augustus, 5th Marquis o)' Ailesbury, and 
has, with other issue, a son, » Richard Christian Cecil 
James, temp. Lieut. R. West Kent Regt. ; educated at 
Eton; 4.1897. Mr. Biuney, who was educated at 
Rugby and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1892, 
M.A. 1898), and called to the Bar at the Middle 
Temple, 1894, is a J.P. and D.L. for Cambridgeshire 
(High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdon- 
shire 1903), Lord of the Manor of Pampisford and 
Patron of 2 livings ; late Capt. T.F. Reserve, previously 
3rd Batt. King's Liverpool Regt.— Pampisford Hall, 
Cambridge ; Union Club, s.w.; Bath Club, w. 

BINNING, Sir Aethue William, Knt.— Cr 
1916. 

Fifth son of Robert Binning, Esq., of Glasgow, who d. 
1896, by Jane, who d. 1865, dau. of the late George 
Miller, Esq.,of Bothwell; 4. 1861. Sir Arthur Binning, 
who was educated at Glasgow Academy, has been a 
Member of the Council of the Lieut.-Governor of Burma 
for making Laws and Regulations since 1912. — 3, 
Tank Road, Ranc/oon, Burma ; Oriental Club, w. 



BIRCH, Sir Ernest Woodfoed, K.C.M.G.— 

Eldest son of James Wheeler Woodford Birch, E.sq 
Colonial Secretary, Straits Settlements, and British 
Resident of Perak, who d. 1875, by Emily Maria 
Campbell, who d. 1870, dau. of the late Luke Walter 
Kelly, Esq., of Castlerea, co. Roscommon ; *. 1857 • m 
1882 Margaret, eldest dau. of the late Lawrence 
Niven, Esq., of Singapore. Sir Ernest Birch, who was 
educated at Elstree and at Harrow, was employed in 
the Colonial Office 1876-8, when he became a Cadet in 
the Straits Settlements Service in which he served in 
various capacities in Singapore and Malacca until 
1892 ; was employed on a special mission in H.M.S. 
Espoir to the Cocos- Keeling Islands 1885; Acting 
British Resident of Selangor 1892-3 and of Perak 
189;'i-6; British Resident in Negri Sembilan 1897- 
1900 ; Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Labuan 
1900-4 and of British N. Borneo 1901-4, and British 
Resident of Perak nOi-\l.~Windham, and Sports' 
Clubs, s.w. ; 69, Coiirtlield Gardens, s.w. ; The Box 
Bexhill-on-Sea. 



BIRCH, Lieut.-Gen. Sir (James Feederick) 
Noel, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 1918. 

Second son of Major Richard Frederick Birch, J.P. 
and D.L., of Maes Elwy, St. Asaph, who d. 1915, by 
Euphemie Mercer, eldest dau. of the late James 
Somerville, Esq., D.C.S., of Edinburgh ; b. 1865; m. 
1903 Florence Hyacinthe, younger dau. of Lieut.-Col 
Sir George Chetwode, 6th Bart. Sir Noel Birch, who 
was educated at Marlborough and at the R. Mil. 
Academy, Woolwich, is a Lieut.-Gen., late R..\., and 
a Comm. of the Legion of Honour and of the Belgian 
Order of Leopold ; has the French and Belgian Croix 
de Guerre ; was in command of an Imp. Yeo. Batt. in 
S. Africa 1902 and of Riding Establishment R.A 
1905-7, A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1915-17 and 
attached to Headquarter Units 191.5-19.^17, Mont- 
pelicr Crescent, Brighton; Naval and Military Club, w. 



BIRCH, May, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Capt. George P. Burden; m. 1868, as 
2nd wife, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Richard James Holwell 
Birch, a Sec. to the Government of India, who was 
cr. Knt. 1860, and <;. 1875. 



Esq., of 



BIRCH, Albert Edward Henry, 
Watlington Hall, Norfolk. 
Only son of the Rev. Henry Mildred Bircli, of Wat- 
lington Hall, Canon of Ripen, and Rector of Prest- 
wich, Lancashire, who d. 1884, by Harriet Julia, who 
d. 1918, dau. and co-heiress of the late Thomas Drink- 
water, Esq.,of Irwell House, Lancashire ; b. 1868. Edu- 
cated at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B A. 
1891) ; is a Magistrate for 'SoTh\k.— JVatlington Hall, 
Dotvnham Market; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

Heiress Pres.. his sister Constance Julia ; m. 1907 Francis 
Mildred Biroli, Esq., late Oapt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. 
K. Berkshire Begt.,and has a dau., Rnby Julia. 



BIRCH, Capt. Edward Noble Warbueton, 
of Birch Grove, co. Tipperarjr. 
Only son of Edward Robert Birch, E.sq., J.P., 
M.I.C.E., of Birch Grove, who d. 1910, by Mary 
C. R. (Bertha), who d. 1915, only child of the late 
Robert Thompson, Esq., M.D., of Meh-oss, co. Kil- 
kenny ; b. 1 891. Educated at Trent Coll., Derbyshire 
and at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1913) ; is Capt! 
and Acting Major R.A.S.C. — Birch Grove, Roscrea co. 
Tipperary. 

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BIECH, Feancis Heerick, Esq., of Clare Park, ' 
Hampshire. j 

Second son of Lieut.-Col. George Francis Birch, J.P. 
and D.L., late 3rd Batt. Hampshire Kegt., of Clare 
Park, who d. 1908, by Katherine Georgina, who rf. ] 
1886, dau. of the late Hugo Montgomery Campbell, 
Esq., of The Hollies, Staffordshire; b. 1866; m. 1903 
Constance Somerville, dau. of the late Gen. Sir Charles 
Cameron Shute, K.C.B., M.P., J.P. and D.L., and has, 
with other issue, a son, * Charles Francis, b. 1904. Mr. 
Birch, who was educated at Winchester and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1887), and called to the Bar 
at the Inner Temple 1891, is a J.P. for Hampshire. — 
Clare Park, Crondall, Hampshire. 

BIECH, Feedeeick James Peeegeine, Esq., of 
Massbrook, co. Mayo. 
Fourth son of Peregrine Birch, Esq., of The Priory, 
Forest Row, Susses (Sth son of the late AVyrley Birch, 
Esq., of Wretham Hall, Norfolk), who d. 1898, by 
Anna Charlotte, who d. 1901, dau. of the late Gen. 
James Grant, C.B., formerly 18th Hussars; b. 1857. 
Mr. Birch is a J.P. for co. Mayo and was High Sheriff 
1915. — Massbrook, CrosSTiwlma, co. Mayo; Junior 
Carlton Club, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dablin. 

BIRCH, Henet William, Esq., of The Grove, 
Berks ; and of Loudwater, Hertfordshire. 

Second son of John William Birch, Esq., who d. 1897, 
by Jxdia, who d. 1917, elder dau. of the late Joseph 
Arden, Esq., of Rickmansworth Park, Herts ; b. 1854; 
m. 1897 Hazeltine, dau. of E. Anson Yates, Esq. 
Mr. Birch inherited Loudwater under the will of his 
maternal grandfather, and the estate of The Grove, Old 
Windsor, under the will of Miss Thackeray, in 1879. — 
The Grove, Old Windsor ; Loudwater, Eickmansworth ; 
Garrick Club, w.c. 

BIRCH, Mrs., of The Grange, Lympstone, 
Devon. 

Emma Edith Malet, eldest dau. of James Grant 
Lumsden, Esq., of Greys Lodge, Torquay, whorf. 1863, 
by the Lady Mary, dau. of the Rev. Harry Grey ; m. 
1864 Col. Charles Birch, of Lympstone, who was a 
Col. ret. 4th Batt. N. Lancashire Regt., and who d. 
1899, leaving an only son, Charles Grant Francis Grey, 
Capt. S. Lancashire Regt.; b. 1866; killed at Spion 
Kop 1900. — The Grange, Lympstone, S. Devon. 

BIRCH. See Watts-Sussell. 

BIRCH- REYNARDSON. See Eeynardson. 

BIRCHALL, Major John Dearjun, of Bowden 
Hall, Gloucestershire. 

Eldest son of John Dearman Birchall, Esq., of Bowden 
Hall, who d. 1897, by his 2nd wife Emily, who d. 
1884, dau. of the late John Jowitt, Esq., of Harehills, 
Yorkshire; b. 1875; m. 1900 Adela Emily, 3rd dau. 
of Philip James Digby Wykeham, Esq., of Tythrop 
House, Oxfordshire, and has had, with other issue, John 
AVykeham Dearman (eldest son), b. 1901, and d. 1918 ; 
and * Peter Dearman (2nd son), is being educated at 
We.st Downs, Winchester; b. 1907. Major Birchall, 
who was educated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford, is a 
J.P. for Gloucestershire, and Major R. Gloucestershire 
Hussars Yeo. ; elected M.P. for Leeds N.E. 1918.— 
Hall, Gloucester; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 



BIRCHENOUGH, Sir (John) Henry 
K.C.M.G., F.R.G.S.— Cr. 1916. 

Second son of John Birehenough, Esq., J.P., of The 
Elms, Macclesfield, who d, 1895, by Elizabeth, who d 
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1892, elder dau. of the late John Taylor, Esq., J.P., 
of Macclesfield ; b. 1853 ; m. 1886Mabel Charlotte, 3rd 
dau. of the late Very Rev. George Granville Bradley, 
D.D., C.V.O., Dean of Westminster. Sir Henry Bir- 
chenough, who was educated privately, at Univ. Coll., 
London (B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876), and at I'Ecole des 
Sciences Politiques, Paris, is a J.P. for Cheshire, a 
Member of the Advisory Committee of the Board of 
Trade and a Director of the British S. Africa Chartered 
Co., of the Imperial Continental Gas Association and 
of .other Cos. ; was a Special Commissioner to enquire 
into British Trade in S. Africa 1903, a Member of the 
Tariff Commission 1904, of the R. Commission on 
Shipping Rings 1907, of numerous Departmental Com- 
mittees of the Board of Trade 1907-1914 and of the 
Cotton Exports Committee 1916-16, and Chairman of 
the Textiles Committee of the Board of Trade 1916.— 
Brooks's, Athenaum, and Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; 79, 
Eccleston Square, s.w. 

BIRCHENOUGH, Mrs.,of Pontruffydd, Flint- 
shire. 
Eileen Moncrieffe, only child of Capt. Arthur Bennett 
Mesham, 1st R. Dragoons, who d.v.p. 1891, by 
Georgina Mary (who m. 2ndly 1895, as his 2nd wife, 
Sir William Michael Curtis, 4th Bart., of Caynham 
Court, Shropshire, who d. 1916), youngest dau. of the 
late Col. John Stanley Howard, of Ballina Park, co. 
Wicklow. Mrs. Birehenough, who s. her grandfather 
Col. Arthur Mesham, J.P. and D.L., Hon. Col. Den- 
bighshire Hussars Yeo., late Capt. 1st R. Dragoons, 
1918, and is Patron of 1 living and alternate Patron 
of another, m. 1915 William Taylor Birehenough, Esq., 
and has a dau., Sheelah Moncrieffe: — Pontruffydd, 
TrefnantE.8.0., N.Wales. 

-f BIRD, Emily Ellen, Lady. 

Eldest dau. of Major-Gen. Henry Dimsdale Manning, 
Bengal Staff Corps, who d. 1892, by Margaret, 
2nd dau. of the late Colin Lindsay, Esq., Bengal Civil 
Service; m. 1872 Sir George Corrie Bird, K.C.I.E., 
C.B., a Gen. u.s.l. Indian Army, who commanded a 2nd 
Class District, Madras, 1894-5, a 1st Class District, 
Bengal, 1896-8, and the Punjab Frontier Force 1898-9, 
and %vho was cr. K.C.I.E. 1899 and d. 1907. 



BIRD, Sir James, Knt 
Eldest son of George Bird 



Cr. 1918. 

;sq., of Blackheath, who 
d. 1914; b. 1863; »«. 1891 Jane, dau. of the late 
Henry J. Riley, Esq. Sir James Bird, who joined 
the Staff of the Metropolitan Board of Works 
1881, was an Officer of the London C.C. 1889- 
1905, Deputy Clerk 1905-15, and has been Clerk since 
1916. — National Club, s.w.; Oakjield, Oakcroft Road,, 
Blackheath, s.e. ; County Hall, Spring Gardens, s.w. i 

BIRD, Charles Pavin, Esq., of Drybridge 
House, Herefordshire. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Hugh Bird, Vicar od 
Yarkhill, Herefordshire, of Drybridge House, who d. 
1868, by Jane, who d. 1850, 2nd dau. of the late 
Samuel Bell, Esq., of Hopton Hall, Norfolk ; b. 1847 ; 
m. 1877 Agnes Alexandrina Banfield, 3rd dau. of the 
late Rev. John Cole, Vicar of He Brewers, Somerset, 
and Principal of Lawrence Mil. Asylunr, Sanawar, India, 
and has, with otherissue, a son, * Charles John Gwynne, 
Major Mil. Accounts Department, Indian Army ; b. 
1878 ; m. 1902 Augusta Jane, dau. of Lieuc.-CoL 
Frederick Augustus Smyth, Indian Medical Service, 
ret., of Weymouth. Mr. Bird, who was educated at 
Bromsgrove, and called to the Bar at the Middle 
Temple 1869, was formerly in the Indian Civil 
Service (Punjab), and is a Magistrate for Hereford- 
shire. — Drybridge House, Hereford ; Herefordshire Club, 
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BIRD, William Barrotx Montfobt, Esq., of 
Eartham House, Sussex. 
Second son of William Frederic Wratislaw Bird, Esq., 
of Wilmington, Kent, who d. 1886, by Fanny, who d. 
1898, eldest dau. of the late William Bateman, Esq.; 
b. 18.55 ; m. 1895 Martha Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the 
late William Spencer, Esq., and widow of James Henry 
Murray, Esq. Mr. Bird is a J. P. for Sussex and was 
HighSheriff 1912.— £'arMa?)jflb«se, Chichester, Sussex; 
Windham, and Carlton Clubs, s.w. 



BIRDWOOD, Gen. Sir William Riddell, 
G.C.M.G., K.C.B., K.C.S.I., CLE., 
D.S.O. — Cr. K.C.S.I. 1916, K.C.M.G. 
1915, K.C.B. 1917, G.C.M.G. 1919. 

Eldest surviving son of Herbert Mills Birdwood, Esq., 
C.S.I., J.P., LL.U., Indian Civil Service, who d. 1907, 
by Edith Marian Sidonie, who d. 1912, eldest dau. of 
the late Surgeon-Major Elijah George Halhed Impey, 
F.R.C.S., Bombay Horse Art., subsequently Post- 
master-Gen. of Bombay ; h. 1865; m. 1894 jeanetta 
Hope Gonville, eldest dau. of Col. Sir Benjamin Parnell 
Bromhead, 4th Bart., C.B. Sir William Birdwood, 
who was educated at Clifton Coll. and at the K. Mil. 
Coll., Sandhurst, is a Gen. Indian Army and a 
Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour and of the 
Belgian Order of the Crown, and has the Order of 
the Nile, 2nd Class, the French Croix de GueiTe, with 
Palm, and the Belgian Croix de Guerre ; was succes- 
' sively Staff Oflicer, Brigade Major, D.A.A.G. and Mil. 
Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief (Earl Kitchener) 
in S. Africa 1899-1902 ; Assistant Mil. Secretary and 
Interpretertothe Commander-in-Chief in India 1902-4; 
A.A.G. there 1904-5; Mil. Secretary to the Com- 
mander-in-Chief (Earl Kitchener) 1906-9; Chief Staff 
Officer, Mohmand Expedition, 1908 ; .\.D,C. to H.M 
King Edward VII. 1908-10 and to H.M. King 
George V. 1910-11; in command of the Kohat Brigade, 
N. Army in India, 1909-12; Secretary to the Govern- 
ment of India, Army Department, 1912-14 and Q.M.G. 
there May-Nov. 1912, and in commandof the Australian 
and New Zealand Army Corps, with the temp, rank 
of Lieut.-Gen., 1914, of the Mediterranean Exped:' 
tionary Force and Dardanelles Army Oct. 191; 
of the Australian Troops in France 191.5-18, and of 
5th Army 1918-19 ; appointed M.L.C. of the Governor- 
Gen, of India 1912, A.D.C. Gen. to H.M. King 
George V. 1917, and to command Australian Forces 
in Great Britain 1919. — Simla, India ; Dalkeith House, 
Twickenham ; Cavalry Club, w. 

BIRDWOOD, Prances Anne, Lady. 

Eldest dau. of the late Edward Tolcher, Esq., R.N., 
of Harewood House, Plympton St. Mary's, Devonshire, 
by Mary Brodrick Birdwood; m. 1856 Sir George 
Christopher Molesworth Birdwood, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., 
LL.D., M.D., for over 35 years a Member of the 
Council of the Society of Arts, a Vice-President 
of the Silk Association of Great Britain and Ireland 
from its founding, an Officer of the Legion of 
Honour, Laureate of the French Academy, a Knight of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and the 
Author of several Official Reports and Handbooks, &c., 
on Indian Art, Antiquities, and Sva, who was on the 
Bombay Medical Staff 1854-70; Medical Officer of 
the H.E.I. C.'s S.S. Ajdaha in the Persian Expedition 
1856-7; J.P., and Sheriff of Bombay 1864; Com- 
missioner for Bombay at the Paris Exhibition 18G7 ; 
on Special Service in the Revenue, Statistics, and 
Commerce Departments of the India Office 1871- 
1902 ; a R. Commissioner and a Member of the 
Finance Committee for the Colonial and Indian 
"-•"Exhibition 1886; Chairman of the Committee ofi 



Indian Section at the Paris Exhibition 1889 and a 
Member of the R, Commissions for the Chicago 
Exhibition 1893 and the Paris Exhibition 1900, who, 
with theassistance of Professor Chenery, Mr. Demetrius 
Boulger, and others founded " Primrose Day ", and 
who was er. Knt. 1881, K.C.I.E. 1887 and d. 1917.— 
5, Windsor Eoad, Ealing, w. 

BIRKBECK, the Hon. Lady. 

Mary Augusta, youngest dau. of William George Hylton, 
1st Lord Hylton, P.O., who d. 1876, by his 1st wife 
Eleanor, who d. 1862, 2nd dau. of the late Hon. 
Berkeley Thomas Paget, M.P. ; m. 1865 Sir Edward 
Birkbecic, 1st and only Bart. (er. 1886), K.C.V.O., of 
Horstead Hall, Norfolk, who d.s.p. 1908.— TAc Mill on 
the Bure, Lamas, Norwich; 9, Wilton Crescent, s.w. 

BIRKBECK, Major-Gen. Sir William Henry, 
K.C.B., C.M.G.— Cr. 1916. 

Youngest son of the late Joseph Birkbeck, Esq., of 
Settle, Yorkshire ; b. 1863 ; m. 1905 Mabel, only dau. 
of the late Alexander David Shaw, Esq., of New 
Brighton, Staten Island, U.S.A., and widow of George 
Lawrence Myers, Esq , of New York. Sir William 
Birkbeck, who was educated at Wellington Coll. and 
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Major-Gen. lute 
1st Dragoon Guards and a Comm. of the Legion of 
Honour and of the Belgian Order of the Crown ; was 
Assistant Inspector of Remounts in S. Africa 18U9- 
1902; Deputy Assistant Adjutant-Gen. for Mil. 
Education and Training at Headquarters 1903-5 ; 
attached to the Japanese Army J905-6 and Command- 
ant of the Cay. School at Nethera%'on 1906-11, and 
has been a Director of Remounts at the War Office 
since 1912; has the Japanese Order of the Rising 
Sun, 3rd Class. — Kaval and Military Club, w. ; War 
Office, Whitehall, s.w. 



-(-BIRKBECK, Capt. Benedict, D.S.O., M.C., 

of Stratton Strawless Hall, and Thorpe 

High House, Norfolk. 
Elder son of William John Birkbeck, Esq., F.S.A., J.P. 
and D.L., of Stratton Strawless Hall, and Thorpe High 
House, who d. 1916, by Rose Katherine, eldest dau. of 
the late Sir Somerville Arthur Gurney, K.C.V.O., of 
North Buncton Hall, Norfolk; b. 1886; m. 1914 Jac- 
queline Harriet, only dau. of the late James Dalison 
Alexander, Esq., of Oak Bank, Kent. Capt. Birkbeck, 
who was educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll., 
Oxford, and was formerly Lieut. Coldstream Guards, 
and subsequently Capt. Coldstream Guards, Special 
Reserve, is temp. Capt. and Acting Major Guards' 
M.G. Regt., Lord of the Manors of Thorpe St. Andrews 
and Haynford, and Patron of 2 livings. — Stratton 
Strawless Hall, Norwich ; Guards' Club, s.w. 



BIRKBECK, Henry, Esq., of Westacre High 
House, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of Henry Birkbeck, Esq., of Stoke Holy 
Cross, Norfolk, who d. 1895, by his 1st wife Mary 
Anne, who d. 1862, eldest dau. of the late Anthony 
Hamond, Esq., of Westacre High House; b. 1853; 
m. 1881 Ysabel Caroline, 4th dau. of the late Robert 
Elwes, Esq., of Congham, Norfolk, and has, with other 
issue, a sou, *Henry Anthony, M.C., Major King's Own 
R. Regt. Norfolk Yeo. ; late Lieut. Eton Coll. Vol. Batt. 
Oxfordshire L.I. ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1885; m. 1912 Sybil, 2nd dau. 
of the late Robert William Daker Barley, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Brampton Bryan, Herefordsliire, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * Henry, b 1915. Mr. 
Birkbeck, who was educated at Eton, is Patron of S 
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livings, and was on the roll fur High .^heriiF of Nor- 
folk for 1905. — Wesiaerc High House, near Swaffham ; 
Brooks's Club, s.^w. 

BIRKBECK, Mrs., of Anley, Yorkshire. 

Rachel Wilhelmiua, dau. of the late George Stansfeld, 
Esq. ; m. 1867 John Birkbeck, Esq., of Anley, a 
Magistrate for the W. Hiding of Yorkshire, who d. 
1892, leaving, with other issue, * John, a Magistrate 
for the W. Biding of Yorkshire, an Hon. Capt. in 
the Army, and Lieut.-Col. Territorial Force Reserve, 
serving on the Gen. Staff, late Comm. 6th Batt. Dnke 
of Wellington's W. Eiding Eegt. ; formerly Capt. 4th 
Batt. The Cameronians ; b. 1872; m. 1903 Helen 
Muriel, younger dau. of James Braithwaite, Esq., M.D., 
of Little Wood House, Leeds, and has a son, *JohD, b. 
1905. — Anlei/, near Settle. 

BIRKENHEAD, Lord (Frederick Edwin 
Smith, P.O.).— Cr. 1919. 

Eldest son of Frederick Smith, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, 
of Birkenhead, who d. 1889, by Elizabeth, dau. of the 
late Edwin Taylor, Esq., of Birkenhead ; b. 1872 ; vi. 
1901 Margaret Eleanor, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. 
Henry Furneaux, Fellow of O.C.C., Oxford. Lord 
Birkenhead, who was educated at Birkenhead School 
andatWadham Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1895, M.A. and 
B.C.L. 1898, Hon. Fellow 1912, Hon. Fellow of 
Merton Coll. 1919), called to the Bar at Gray's Inn 
1899, appointed a K.C. and elected a Bencher 1908, is 
Capt. T.b". Reserve, late Oxfordshire Hussars Yeo. and 
temp. Lieut.-Col. in the Army ; was President of the 
Oxford Union 1893 ; Fellow of and Lecturer at Merton 
Coll. 1896; Lecturer at Oriel Coll. 1897; Extension 
Lecturer in Modern History at Oxford Univ. 1898 and 
at Victoria Univ. 1900 ; Examiner in Final Schools at 
OxfordUniv. 1899-1900 ; Director of the Press Bureau 
Aug.-Sept. 19U; a Gen. Staff OfEcer, with the temp. 
rank of Major, 1914-15; Solicitor-Gen. May-Nov. 
1915 and Alitorney-Gen. Nov. 1916-1919; appointed 
Lord Chancellor 1919; sat as M.P. for the Walton 
Div. of Liverpool 1906-18 and for the W. Derby Div. 
1918-19.— Charlton, Banbury; Marlborough, Pratt's, 
Carlton, and Union Clubs, s.w. ; Conservative, and 
Palatine Clubs, Liverpool. 
Heir, his son Freaeriok, b. 1907. 

BIRKETT, Sir Thomas William, Knt,— Or. 
1918. 

Eldest son of James Birkett, Esq., of Grassendale, 
Liverpool, who d. 1912, by Amelia Tryphena, dau. of 
the late G. A. Tilney, Esq., J.P., of Somerset ; b. 1871 ; 
m. 1910 Dorothy Nina, dau. of the late C. H. B. 
Forbes, Esq., formerly of Kingairloch, Argyllshire. 
Sir Thomas Birkett, who was educated at Cheltenham 
Coll., and was an Additional Member of Bombay 
Legislative Council 1916, and of the Viceroy's Council 
1917, and Sheriff of Bombay 1917, is head of Messrs. 
Killick, Nixon & Co., Bombay. — Pali Hill, Bandra, 
Bombay, India; Sports', Cocoa Tree, and R. Automobile 
Clubs, s.w. ; City of London Club, e.c. ; Byculla, and 
S. Bombay Yacht Clubs, Bombay. 

BIRKIN, Sir Thomas Isaac, Bart., of Rud- 
dington Grange, Nottinghamshire. — Cr. 
1905. 

Younger son of Richard Birkin, Esq., J.P., of Aspley 
Hall, Notts, who d. 1870, by Mary Ann, dau. of the 
late Thomas Walker, Esq., of Trowell, Notts; b. 1831 ; 
m. 1856 Harriet, youngest dau. of the late Matthew 
Tebbutt, Esq., of Bluntisham, Huntingdonshire. Sir 
Thomas Birkin, who was formerly Capt. 3rd Vol. 
Batt. Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Eegt., is a J.P. 
U8. 



and D.L. for Notts (High Sheriff 1892).— Euddiiigton 
Grange, near Nottingham ; Reform Club, s.w. 

Heir, bis son Thomrs Stanley, a Magistrate for Nottingham- 
shire (High Sheria 1915); eiJocateri at Wellington Coll.; 
b. 1867; m. 1894 the Hon. Margaret Diana Hopctoun. 
youngest dau. of the late Capt. the Hon. Henry Weyland 
Chetwynd, R.N., and has had, with other issue, Thomas 
Richard Chetwynd (eldest son), Lieut. 7th Dragoon Guards 
and R. Flviug Corps ; late Lieut. S. Notts Hajsars Yeo. ; 6. 
1895, and killed in action 1917 ; and • Henry Ralph Stanley 
(2ud sou), Lieut. R. Warwickshire Regt., late 7th Batt. 
Sherwood Focesters (Nottiughamshire and Derbyshire 
Regt.) and R. Flying Corps; b. 1896. 

BIRKMYRE, Sir Archibald, Knt., C.B.E.— 
Cr. 1917. 

Youngest son of Henry Birkmyre, Esq., of Port 
Glasgow, who d. 1900; b. 1875; m. 1896 Annie, 
eldest dau. of Capt. James Black. Sir Archibald 
Birkmyre, who was educated at Collegiate School, 
Greenock, is the Senior Partner of Messrs. Birkmyre, 
Bros., Merchants, Calcutta, and an Additional Mem- 
ber of the Council of the Governor of Bengal for 
making Laws and Regulations. — 6, Clive Row, Cal- 
cutta, India ; Oriental Club, w. ; Bengal Club, Calcutta. 

BIRLEY, Charles Fair, Esq., of Bartle Hall, 
Lancashire. 
Eldest son of Charles Addison Birley, Esq., J.P., of 
Bartle Hall, who d. 1908, by Gertrude Emily, who d. 
1911, eldest dau. of Thomas Fair, Esq., Lytham, 
Lancashire; A. 1889; m. 1917 Eileen M., dau. of Col. 
Hubtrt Rouse, C.B., D.S.O., E.A., and has a son, 
* Peter Rouse Addison, b. 1918. Mr. Birley, who 
was educated at Winchester and at Ch. Ch., Oxford 
(RA. 1913), is Lieut. Grenadier Guards. Special Ee- 
serve, and Guards' M.G. Eegt., previously Capt. Duke 
of Lancaster's Own Yeo., and Lord of the Manor of 
Woodplumpton. — Bartle Hall, Preston, Lancashire ; 
Guards' Club, s.w. 

BIRLEY, Henry Langton, Esq., of Carr Hill, 

Lancashire. 
Eldest son of Thomas Langton Birley, Esq., J.P., 
of Carr Hill, who d. 1874, by Anne, who d. 1893, 
eldest dau. of the late John Birley, Esq., of Wood End, 
Cumberland; b. 1837. Mr. Birley is Lord of the 
Manor of Kirkham.— Care Hill, near Kirkham. 

Heir Pres., his brother Hutton {whom see). 

BIRLEY, Hugh Arthur, Esq., of Moorland, 
Lancashire. 
Eldest son of Hugh Birley, Esq., of Moorland, J.P. 
and D.L., and formerly M.P. for Manchester, who d. 
1883, by Mabella, dau. of the late Joseph Baxendale, 
Esq., of Woodside, Middlesex; /). 1846 ; m. 1874 Amy, 
eldest dau. of the late William Henry Chichester, Esq., 
of Grenofen, Devon, and has, with other issue, a son, 
*Hugh Ronald Chichester, 6. 1878. Mr. Birley, who was 
educated at Winchester and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1869), is a J.P. for Cheshire, and Major and Hon. 
Lieut.-Col. ret. Earl of Chester's Imp. Y''eo. — Residence : 
Woodside, Knutsford ; Carlton Club, s.w.; Constitu- 
tional Club, Manchester. 

BIRLEY, Hutton, Esq., of Wrea Green, Kirk- 
ham, Lancashire. 

Second son of Thomas Langton Birley, Esq., 
J.P.,of Carr Hill, Kirkham, Lancashire, who d. 1874, by 
Anne, who d. 1893, eldest dau. of the late John Birley, 
Esq., of Wood End, Cumberland; b. 1840; m. 186*5 
Alice Mary, who d. 1875, dau. of J. Henry Howard, 
Esq., and has, with other issue, * the Ven. Thomas 
Howard, was Vicar of St Thomas, Oxford, 1896-1908, 
and has been Missionary at Korogwe, Zanzibar, since 



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1909 and Archdeacon of Zigualand, E. Africa, since \ 
1911 ; educated at Eadleyaud at Cb.Ch., Oxford (B.A. i 
1887, M.A. 1891) ; b. 186S. Mr. Birley is a J.P. for | 
Lancashire. — ff'rea Green, Kirkham, Lancashire. 

BIRLEY, Mrs., of Claridges, Surrey. 

Margaret, youngest dau. of the Rev. Jarvis Kenrick, of 
Reigate, Surrey, M'ho cJ. 1878, by Etheldred, -who d. | 
1908, dau. of the late Christopher Hodgson, Esq. ; m. 
1876 Francis Hornby Birley, Esq., of Claridges, a! 
Barrister-at-Law, and a J.P. for Surrey, -who d. 1910, 
leaving, with other issue, a son, * James Leatham, 
O.B.E., temp. Major and Acting Lieut.-Col. R.A.M.C., 
and temp. Major R.A.F. ; educated at Winchester, at 
Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1908, M.B. and M.A. 1912, 
L.R.C.P. and M.R.C.S. 1911, M.R.C.P. 1913,F.R.C.P. 
1919), and at St. Thomas's Hospital; b. 1884.— 6, 
Glebe Place, Chelsea, s.w. '< 

BIRLET, of Milbanke, Lancasliire. SeeMelloi: 

BIRMINGHAM, Bishop of (the Right Rev. 
Henet Russell Wakefield, D.D.). 

Only son of the lato F. Wakefield, Esq., J.P., of 
Broomfield, co. Wicklow, by Emily, dau. of the late 
Leatham Howard, Esq.; h. 1854; m. 18 — Frances 
Sophia, dau. of Henry Dallaway, Esq. The Bishop of 
Birmingham, who was educated at Tonbridge School, at 
the Lyc^e Bonaparte, Paris, at Bonn, Germany, and 
at Cuddesdon Coll., Oxford (D.D. Lambeth 1909, 
Hon. Fellow St. Catharine's Coll., Cambridge, 1910), 
was formerly an Aid. of Marylebone (Mayor 1903-5) ; 
Cnrate-in-Oharge of All Saints', Swanscombe, Kent, 
1881-3; Vicar of St. Michael and All Angels with 
Ch. Ch., Lower Sydenham, 1883-8 and of Sandgate 
1888-94 ; Lecturer on English Philology and 
Literature at the Crystal Palace School of Literature 
1887-91 ; Rector of St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
1894-1909 ; a Member of the London School Board 
1897-1900 ; Prebendary of Finsbury in St. Paul's 
Cathedral 1908-9 ; Vicar of St. Mary-in-the-Marsh 
and Dean of Norwich 1909-11, and Select Preacher 
at Cambridge 1910 ; consecrated Bishop of Bir- 
mingham 1911; is Chaplain, 1st Class, Territorial 
Force, and Patron of 2 Archdeaconries, 24 Hon. 
Canonries and 35 livings. — Bishop's Croft, Birming- 
ham. 

BIRNEY, Col. Chaeles Folliot, D.S.O., of 
Redcastle, and Glenswinton, Stewartry of 
Kirkcudbright. 
Second son of Col. John Birney, R. (Bengal) E., of 
Redcastle, and Glenswinton, and of Oakley, co. Down, j 
who d. 1901, by Mary Louisa, who d. 1918, elder dau. 
of the late Gen. the Hon. Sir Henry Ramsay, K.C.S.I., j 
C.B. ; b. 1878; s. his nephew John Gordon Birney, j 
Esq., Lieut. Highland L.I. (who was killed in action), 
at Redcastle, 1917; m. 1910 Rachel Dorothy Dallas, 
eldest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. John Tasman Waddell 
Leslie, CLE. Col. Birney, who was educated at 
Marlborough, is Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. R.E. 
and a Deputy Director of Transportation, with the 
temp, rank of Col. — c/o Messrs. Campbell ^- Campbell, 
25, Ainslie Place, Edinburgh; Army and Navy 
Club, s.w. 

BIRRELL, the Right Hon. Augustine, K.C, 
LL.D. 

Youngest eon of the Rev. Charles Mitchell BirreU, a 
i Nonconformist Minister, of Liverpool, who d. 1880, by 
i Harriet Jane, who d. 1863, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. 
U Henry Grey, D.D., of Free St. Mary's, Edinburgh; 



3rd dau. of the late Archibald Mirrielees, Esq., of 
St. Petersburg; 2ndly 1888 Eleanor Mary Bertha, 
who (i. 1915, only dau. of the late Frederick Locker 
(afterwards Loeker-Lampson), Esq., and widow of the 
Hon. Lionel Tennyson. Mr. BirreU, who was educated 
at Amersham Hall School and at Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1873, Hon. Fellow 1899, Hon. LL.D. St. 
Andrews 1895 and Liverpool 1909, Hon. D.Litt. Bristol 
1912), called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1875, 
appointed a Q.C. 1894, and elected a Bencher 1903, is 
a Magistrate for Norfolk, and was Quain Professor of 
Law at Univ. Coll., London, 1896-9, President of the 
Board of Education 1905-7, Lord Rector of Glasgow 
Univ. 191 1-14, and Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieut, 
of Ireland 1907-16 ; sat as M.P. for the \V. Div. of 
Fifeshire 1889-1900 and for Bristol, Nortli, 1906-18. 
— The Pightle, Sheringham, Norfolk; Athendum, New 
University, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. ; 70, Elm 
Park Road, s.w. 

BIRT, Lady. 

Mary Ann Constantia, elder dau. of Matthew Watson 
Thomas, Esq., of Walthamstow, Essex ; m. 1872 Sir 
Wilham Birt, a Director of the Great Eastern Railway, 
of which he was for 19 years Gen. Manager, Lieut.- 
Col. and Hen. Col. late Engineer and Railway Vol. 
Staff Corps, V.D., Deputy Chairman of the Metro- 
politan Railway, a Chevalier of the Belgian Order 
of Leopold, and an Associate of the Institution of 
Civil Engineers, who was cr. Kut. 1897 and d. 
mi.—Bricket Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. 



BIRT. See Bradley-Birt. 

BISCOE, Mrs., formerly of Holton Park, 
Oxfordshire. 

Frances Ethel, only child of Francis Neil Primrose, 
Esq., of Bixley Hall, Norfolk, who d. 1864, by 
Henrietta (who d. 1871, having m. 2ndly 1867 Major 
George E. Halliday, late 82nd' Regt., who d. 1887), 
3rd dau. of the late Col. John Sewell, of St. Albans, 
Canada; m. 1884 Henry Stafford Tyndale Biscoe, 
Esq., of Holton Park, a J.P. for Oxfordshire, who 
d. 1911, leaving with other issue, a son, Robert 
Stafford, a Surveyor in Jamaica; educated at Brad- 
field Coll. and at Wye Agricultural Coll.; b. 1886; 
m. 1917 M. E. Wilson, and has a son, John Stafford 
Tyndale, b. 1918. — Pinehurst, Godalming. 

BISCOE, Mrs. Robert, of Qnendon Court, 
Essex. 

Alice, yoimgest dau. of Alexander Cotton, Esq., of 
Landwade, Cambridgeshire, who d. 1860 ; m. 1st 1864 
the Rev. Charles Harington, Rector of Stoke Lacy, 
Herefordshire, who d. 1868 ; 2ndly 1872 Major Robert 
Biscoe, of Quendon Court, who was a J.P. for Essex 
and Major ret. late Princess of Wales's Own 19th Regt., 
and who d.s.p. 1905. — Quendon Court, Newport, Essex. 

BISCOE, Thomas Ramsay, Esq., of Newton, 
Inverness-shire. 
Elder son of Thomas Porter Bonell Biscoe, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Newton, who rf. 1881, by Wilhelmiue, who 
d. 1878, dau. of the late Major Thomas Fraser, of 
Newton; b. 1850; m. 1879 Cecilia Laura, who d. 1892, 
youngest dau. of the late Adolphus Meetkerke, Esq., 
of Julians, Herts, and widow of the Rev. Alexander 
Ewing, and has, with other issue, a son, *John Vincent 
Meetkerke, Major Cantonment Magistrates' Depart- 
ment, Indian Army, previously Lieut. York and 
Lancaster Regt. ; b. 1880. Mr. Biscoe, who was 
educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1872), is 
a J.P. and D.L. for Inverucss-shire. — Residence : 
KingUlie, Inverness, N.B. 

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BISHOP, Andrew Henderson, Esq., F.S.A. | 
Scot., of Thornton Hall, Lanai-kshire. { 

Ekle.st surviving son of Thomas George Bishop, Esq., of j 
Beattock, Dumfriesshire, and of Dalmore, Dumbarton- j 
ehire, Ijy Elizaljeth, dau. of Andrew Henderson, Esq., of 
Hamilton, Lanarkshire; i. 1874; ct. 1897 Mary Gibb, ; 
eldest dau. of Sir Eobert McAlpine, 1st Bart., of 
Knott Park, Surrey, and has a son, * Thomas George, 
b. 1902. Mr. Bishop was educated at Larchfield 
School, Helensburgh.— TViorn^o)! Hall, near Glasgow, 
Lanarkshire. 

BISHOP, Charles, Esq., of C-svm-Rliuddan, 
Carmarthenshire. 
Second sou of Charles Bishop, Esq., of Doly-garreg, 
Carmarthenshire, who d. 1886, by Eleanora Elizabeth, 
who d. 1866, only dau. of the late Eev. Lewis Lewis, 
of Gwinfe, Carmarthenshire; h. 1832; m. 1868 Helen 
Lexey, 2nd dau. of the late John Carnegie, Esq., J. P. 
and D.L., of Eedhall, Kincardineshire, and has 2 dans. 
Mr. Bishop was educated by the Rer. Dr. Rowley, 
D.D., at Bridgnorth School. — Cwm-Bhuddan, Llan- 
dovery, Carmarthenshire. 

BISHOP, James Watson, Esq., of Oulton 
House, Staffordshire. 
Second son of Erederic Bishop, Esq., J.P., of The 
Mount, PenkhuU, Stoke-on-Trent, who d. 1891 
1847 ; m. 1876 Adelaide Mary, eldest dau. of the late 
Harry Coghill, Esq., J.P., of Brampton Tree House, 
Staffordshire, and has, with other issue, a .son, * Dunbar 
Frederic Watson, educated at Emmanuel Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1899, MA. 1903); b. 1877; m. 1901 
Teresa Faith, dau. of the late Rev. Henry Palin 
Gurney, D.C.L., Principal of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
Coll. of Durham University. Mr. Bishop is a J.P. foi 
Staffordshire. — Onlton House, Stone, Staffordshire, 
Junior Constitutional Club, w. 

BISHOP, of Doly-garreg, Carmarthenshire 
See Bcttn. 

BISHOP-CULPEPER-CLATTON, William 
Alleyne, Esq., of White Hall, Norfolk 
Eldest son of Capt. John Bishop-Culpeper, 14th 
Light Dragoons, who d. 1875, by Alicia Charlotte, 
who d. 1900, elder dau. of Gen. Sir William Robert 
Clayton, 5th Bart., of Harleyford, Buckinghamshire, 
of Harden Park, Surrey, and of White Hall ; b. 1844 ; 
m. 1873 Ellen Cassandra, dau of Samuel Featherston- 
haugh, Esq. Mr. Bishop-Culpeper-Clayton, who was 
educated at King's Coll. School and in Paris and 
Germany, called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 
1867, and assumed the additional surname of Clayton 
by royal license, under his grandfather's will. 
White Hall, 1914, was formerly Deputy Stipendiary 
Magistrate for W. Ham, and is Lord of the Manors of 
Carbrooke and Whynburgh and Lay Rector of Car- 
•bxoo\i6.— White Hall, Watton, Norfolk ; B. Automobile 
Club, s.w. 

BISSBT, Lady. 

Henrietta Mary, eldest dau. of the late Lieut. -Gen. 
William Puget La Touche, Indian Army, by Frances 
Gertrude, 2nd dau. of the late Gen. Sir Anthony 
Blaxland Stransham, G.C.B. ; m. 1888 Col. Sir William 
Sinclair Smith Bisset, ret. R.E., who was Secre- 
tary to the Government of India in the Public Works 
Department 1894-97, and Gorernment Director of 
Indian Railways 1897-1901, and who was cr. K.C.I.E. 
1897 and d. 1916. — Hill House, Stoke Poges, Bucking- 
hamshire. 



BISSET, Mrs. MURRAY-, of Lessendrum, 
Aberdeenshire. 
Janet Kathleen, only dau. of Major Maurice Elrington 
Bisset, J.P., late R.E., of Lessendrum, who d. 1909, by 
Anna Isabella, 2nd dau. of the late Walter Stephens 
Brinkley, Esq., 11th Hussars, of Knockmaroon House, 
00. Dublin; ?«. 1917 William Turner Murray, Esq., 
temp. Capt. Gordon Highlanders, and has a dau., 
Kathleen Helen. Mrs. Murray-Bisset s. her brother 
Walter Faviere Elrington Bisset, Esq., temp. Lieut. 9th 
(Service) Batt. Gordon Highlanders, who was kiUed in 
action, 1016, and assumed the additional surname of 
Bisset 1919. — Lessendrum, Huntly, Aberdeenshire. 

BLAAUW, Heney Thomas Gillman, Esq., 
of Beechland, Sussex. 
Eldest son of Thomas St. Leger Blaauw, Esq., who d. 
1893, by Fanny Alice, who d. 1912, 2nd dau. of the 
late Charles John Bigge, Esq., of Linden, Northumber- 
land ; b. 1874; m. 1912 Mary Verner, younger dau. of 
the late Major James William Anderson, Indian Cav. 
Mr. Blaauw is an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, late temp. 
Lieut. 20th (Service) Batt. R. YasWie-es.— Beechland, 
JS'ewick, Lewes. 

BLACK, Sir Alec, Bart.— Cr. 1918. 

Second son of William Black, Esq., of Great Grimsby, 
who d. 1876, by Charlotte, who d. 1915, eldest dau. of 
the late John Charles Foy, Esq., of Barton-on-Humber; 
*. 1872 ; m. 1902 Florence Mary, eldest dau. of David 
Smith, Esq., of Great Grimsby. Sir Alec Black is a 
J.P. for Parts of Lindsey, Lincolnshire, and has assisted 
the Government in the promotion of the Fishing 
Industry. — Bargate, Great Gri?nsby, Lincolnshire ; 
Reform, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; County Club, 
Great Grimsby. 

BLACK, Florence Maud, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Stephen Boggs, Esq., of Halifax, 
Nova Scotia ; m. 1869 Sir Wilsone Black, a Major-Gen. 
ret., late 42nd Highlanders and S. Wales Borderers, 
who was Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster- 
Gen., Nova Scotia, 1882-7 ; Assistant Adjutant-Gen., 
Gibraltar, 1887-91 ; in command of the troops in 
Jamaica 1891-3, of the Belfast District 1893-5, and 
of the troops in China and Hong Kong 1895-8, and 
who was cr. K.C.B. 1907 and d. 1909.— 6, York House, 
Kensington, w. 

BLACK, Sir Frederick William, K.C.B.— 
Cr. Knt. 1913, K.C.B. 1917. 
Second son of Frederick William Black, Esq., of West- 
minster House, Newport, Isle of Wight, who d. 
1896, by Martha, who d. 1908, dau. of the late 
William James, Esq., of Ontario, Canada; 4. 1863; 
m. 1890 Sarah Isabella, dau. of James Davisson, Esq., 
of Folkestone. Sir Frederick Black, who was educated 
at Newport Grammar School and at London Univ. (B.A. 
1890), and entered the Civil Service 1880, is a Comm. 
of the Legion of Honour and of the Belgian Order 
of the Crown; has the Russian Order of St. Anne, 1st 
Class; was an Additional Police Magistrate, Ceylon, 
1885 ; Chairman of the Governing Body of the Morley 
Memorial Coll., Waterloo Road, 1902-6, Director o'f 
Naval Storesatthe Admiralty 1903-6, and ofNaval Con- 
tracts there 1906-19 and Director-Gen. of Munitions 
Supply 1915 ; served on the Special Munitions Missions 
to India 1917 and to U.S.A. 1917-18 ; as Acting Chair- 
man British War Mission 1917-18 and at the Admiralty 
1918-19 ; appointed a Managing Director of the Anglo- 
Persian Oil Co. 1919. — 64, Ridgmotmt Gardens, w.c. 

BLACK, Sir ArthurWilliam, Knt.— Cr. 1916. 
Eldest son of William Edward Black, Esq., of 
Nottingham, who d. 1892, by Annie, dau, of the late 



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1887 Helen, j-oungest dau. of the late John Spence, 
Esq., of Paisley. Sir Arthur Black, who was educated 
at Nottingham, is a Lace Manufacturer, and a J.P. 
for Nottingham (Sheriff 1898-9 and Mayor 1902-3) ; 
was M.P. for the Biggleswade Div. of Bedfordshire 
\W6-18.—Spri7igfield, Alexandra Park, Nottingham; 
National Liberal Club, s.w. 

BLACK, Frederick Randal James, Esq., of 
Balgowan, Perthshire. 
Only son of Capt. James Scott Black, J.P., late 11th 
Hussars, of Balgowan, who d. 1910, by Louisa Isabel, 
dau. of the late Samuel Arthur Scawell, bCsq., of Scale 
Lodge, Farnham, Surrey; b. 1898; educated at Eton 
and at the E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; is Lieut. High- 
land L.I. — Balgowan House, Methven, Perthshire. 

BLACK, Miss, of Heatheryknowe, Lanark- 
shire. 

Jessie, elderdau. of AlexanderBlack, Esq., of Heathery- 1 
knowe, who d. 1856. — Heather i/knowe, Bargeddic, N.B. 

BLACK, Mrs. Gibson, of Blackheath, co. 
Dublin ; and of Riverston, co. Clare. 
Cecilia, dau. of the late James Tymons, Esq., of Baskin 
Hall, CO. Dublin, and of Rirerston ; m. 1869 Gibson 
Black, Esq., of Blackheath, a J.P. for co. Dublin (High 
Sheriff 1886), who d. 1889, leai-ing, with other issue, 
a son, *Henry Brennen, b. 1875. — Blackheath, Clontarf, 
CO. DiMin. 

BLACK, "Walter, Esq., of Elton Manor, 

Nottinghamshire. 
Eldest surviving son of Thomas Black, Esq.. of' 
Beeston, Nottinghamshire, who d. 1888, by Anne, who i 
d. 1863, dau. of the late John Cooper, Esq., of Radford, 
Nottinghamshire; b. 1850; m. 1881 Eunice, youngest 
dau. of the late George Stubley, Esq., J.P., of Carlton, 
Yorkshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * George 
Hartwell, educated at Repton ; b. 1882; m. 1909 ! 
Gertrude Tomlin. Mr. Black is Lord of the Manor of j 
Elton and Patron of 1 hving. — Elton Manor, Elton, 
Nottinghamshire. 

BLACK, William Dunn, Esq., of Auchen- j 
toshan, and Kilbowie, Dumbartonshire. 

Only surviving son of Robert Black, Esq., of Kelvin- 
haugh, Lanarkshire, who d. 1879, by Sarah, dau. of 
the late George Park, Esq., of Waterside, Lanarkshire ; ! 
b. 1843; m. 1874 Augusta Charlotte, 2nd dau. of 
the late Rev. James Bush, Rector of Ousby, Cumber- j 
land, and has, with other issue, a son, * Robert Bush, | 
an Hon. Capt. in the Army ; was temp. Capt. 1 9 1 5-1 8 ; 
late Lieut. Reserve of Oificers ; previously 3rd Dragoon 
Guards; educated at Harrow and at Clare Coll., 
Cambridge ; b. 1875 ; m. 1902 Eva, youngest dau. of 
the late Dr. Charles Blatherwick, of Dunaivon, Dum- 
bartonshire, and has a son, * Alexander Dunn, b. 1906. 
Mr. Black is a Magistrate for Dumbartonshire.— Resi- 
dence: The Manor House, Wallington, Surrey; Junior 
Carlton Club, s.w. ; Western Club, Glasgow. 

BLACK, of Lislap, co. Tyrone. See Falls. 

BLACKALL.SIMONDS. See Simonds. 



Lockhart Whitelaw, who d. 1903, dau. of 

Lieut.-Col. Blackburn is a Lieut. -Col. ret., late R.A " 
and a J.P. and D.L. for Stirlingshire.— iTiWrarw' 
Glasgow. ' 

BLACKBURNE, the Rev. Edward, formerly 
of Rathfarnham Castle, co. Dublin. 

Only son of Francis Blackburne, Esq., Rathfariiham 
Castle, by Minnie, dau. of the late Edward Mullinlland, 
Esq., of Belfast; b. 1883 ; 5. his grandmother Georgiana 
Arabella, widow of Edward Blackburne, Esq., K.C., 
J.P., 1911 ; ?ffl. 1912 Geraldine, younger dau. of Lieut.- 
Col. Frederick Fitzgerald MacCartie, CLE., of Carrig- 
navar, co. Cork, and has 2 daus. Mr. Blackburne, 
who was educated at St. Columba's Coll. and at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1908), has been Rector of 
Bolnhurst, Huntingdonshire, since 1913. — The Rectory, 
Bolnhurst, St. Neots, Huntingdonshire. 



BLACKBURNE, Francis William, Esq., of 
Tankardstown, co. Meath. 
Elder son of William Martley Blackburne, Esq., J.P., 
of Tankardstown, who d. 1868, by Mary (who d. 1889, 
having m. 2ndly 1869 George Lefroy, Esq.), dau. of the 
late Rev. William Thorpe, D.D. ; b. 1851; m. 1895 
Olive Beatrice Louisa, 3rd dau. of the late Col. John 
Anstruther-Thomson, of Charleton, Fifeshire, and has, 
with other issue, a son, » William John Anstruther, 
b. 1904. Mr. Blackburne, who was educated at 
Eton and at Merton Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. for co. 
Meath (High Sheriff 1898).— Tan iardstowti, Slane, 
CO. Meath ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. ,• Kildare 
Street Club, Dublin. 

BLACKBURNE, Col. Robert Ireland, C.B., 
of Hale Hall, Lancashire. 
Only son of Col. John Ireland Blackburne, of Hale 
Hall, who (/. 1893, by his 1st wife Mary, who d. 
1855, eldest dau. of Sir Henry Bold Hoghton, 8th 
Bart.; b. 1850; m. 1885 Georgina Vernon, younger 
dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Sir Gustavus Hume, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * Gilbert Ireland, Major 
3rd Batt. S. Lancashire Regt. ; b. 1887; m. 1910 
Mellony Catherine Isabel (Kitty), eldest dau. of Lieut.- 
Col. Charles a Court-Repington, C.M.G. Col. Black- 
burne, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire, an Hon. 
Lieut.-Col. in tlie Army, and Hon. Col., previously 
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm., Srd Batt.S. Lancashire 
Regt. ; Lord of the Manor of Hale, and Patron of 1 
living. — Hale Hall, Liverpool; St. James's Club, w. ; 
Carlton, and United Service Clubs, s.w. 

BLACKER, Edward Carew, Esq., of Wood- 
brook, CO. Wexford. 

Elder surviving son of the Rev. Robert Shapland 
Carew Blacker, M.A., J.P., formerly Rector of 
Marholm, Northamptonshire, and Hon. Canon of 
Peterborough, of Woodbrook, and of Carrick Blacker, 
CO. Armagh, who d. 1913, by Theodosia Sophia 
Charlotte, who d. 1890, dau. of the late George Meara, 
Esq., of May Park, co. Waterford ; b. 1863. Mr. 
Blacker, who was educated at Winchester and at 
Magdalene Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Wexford (High Sheriff 1908). — Woodbrook, 
Enniscorthy, co. Wexford; St. James's Club, w. ; 
Sackville Street Club. Dublin. 



BLACKBURN, Lieut.-Col. Peter, of Killearn, BLACKER, Major Frederick St. John,D.S.O., 



Stirlingshire. I 

Son of Peter Blackburn, Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., of 
Killearn, who d. 1870, by Jean, who d. 1897, 2nd dau. 
of the late James Wedderburn, Esq., formerly Solicitor- 
Gen, of Scotland; b. 1847; m. 18— Charlotte! 



of Castle Martin, co. Kildare. 
Only surviving son of Major William Blacker, J.P., 
late Srd Batt. R. Dublin Fusiliers, of Castle Martin, 
who d. 1907, by his 1st wife the Hon. Mary, who d. 
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b. 1881 ; in. 1910 Sheela Maude, youngest dau. of the 
late John PoUok, Esq., of Lismany, co. Galway, and 
has, -with other issue, a son, * Percy Valentiue William, i 
b. 1911. Major Blacker, who was educated at Harrow, 
is a Magistrate for eo. Kildare (was on the roll for 
High Sheriff for 1915), Capt. ret., late Eifle Brigade, 
Major 5th Batt. Eifle Brigade, and Lieut.-Col. Comm. 
2/4th Batt. York and Lancaster Kegt.— Castle Martin, 
Newbridge, co. Kildare ; Naval and Military Club, w. ; 
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

BLACKER, Lieut.-CoI. Stewart Waed 
William, D.S.O., of Carrick Blacker, co- 
Armagh. 

Youngest son of the Eev. Eobert Shapland Carow 
Blacker, M.A., J.P., formerly Rector of Marholm, 
Northamptonshire, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough, 
of Carrick Blacker, and of Woodbrook. co. Wexford, 
who d. 1913, by Theodosia Sophia Charlotte, who d. 
1890, dau. of the late George Meara, Esq., of May 
Park, eo. Waterford; b. 1865; m. 1908 Eva Mary 
Lucy St. John, only child of Lieut.-Col. Edward 
Albert FitzRoy, J.P., formerly E.A., of Hale Place, 
Surrey, and has, with other issue, a son, * William 
Desmond, b. 1903. Lieut.-Col. Blacker, who was 
educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a 
Magistrate for co. Armagh, Major and Brevet Lieut.- 
Col. Reserve of Officers, Major ret., late R.F.A., imd 
an Officer of the Legion of Honour ; was temp. Lieut.- 
Col. Comm. 9th (Service) Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers 1914- 
17 and 20th (Reserve) Batt. E. Irish Rifles 1917-18. 
— Carrick Blacker, Fortadomn, co. Armagh ; Naval 
and Militai-y Club, w. ; Ulster Club, Bdfast. 

BLACKER-DOUGLASS, Maxwell Vande- 
LEUR, Esq., of Elm Park, co. Armagli; of 
Tullahennel, co. Kerry; and of Grace 
Hall, CO. Down. 

Elder son of St. John Thomas Blacker-Douglass, Esq., 
of Elm Park, Tullahennel, and Grace Hall, who d. 
1900, by Elizabeth Frances, eldest dau. of the late 
Col. Crofton Moore Vandeleur, of Kilrush, co. Clare; 
b. 1859; in. 1891 Alice, now of Silverbridge House, 
CO. Armagh, only child and heiress of the late Eobert 
Macgeough, Esq., of Silverbridge House, and has, with ; 
other issue, an only surviving son, * Charles Maxwell 
Vandeleur, Lieut. Irish Guards, Special Reserve ; j 
b. 1900. Mr. Blacker-Douglass, who was formerly; 
Lieut. 4th Batt. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Kerry (High Sheriff 1905), was High! 
Sheriff of CO. Dublin 1909, and of co. Leitrim 1916, and 
was on the roll for co. Armagh for 1908. — Elm Park, 
Armagh; Residence: 2, Bellemie Park, Killineg, co. 
Dublin. 

BLACKETT, Sir Hugh Douglas, Bart., of 
Matfen Hall, Nortluimberland.— Cr. 1673. 
Eldest son of Major-Gen. Sir Edward William Blackett, 
7th Bart., C.B., of Matfen Hall, and of Sockburu 
Hall, CO. Durham, by the Hon. Julia Frances, who d. 
1913, youngest dau. of Kenelm, 17th Lord Somerville 
(dormant) ; b. 1873 ; s. 1909 ; m. 1903 Helen Katharine, 
3rd dau. of the late George William Lowther, 
Esq., and sister of Sir Charles Bingham Lowther, 4th 
Bart. Sir Hugh Blackett is Capt. ret., late Mont- 
gomeryshire Yeo., previously Capt. Northumberland 
Hussars Yeo., and a Magistrate for Northumberland 
(High Sheriff IQli).— Mat/en Hall, Corhridge, North- 
umberland. 

Heir, his son Oharles Douglas, b. 1904. 

BLACKETT, Alethea Rianette Anne, Lady. 

Second dau. of Gen. William Henry Scott, who d. 
1868, by the Hon. Harriot Alethea, who d. 1888, 6th 



dau. of John Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley of Alderley ; 
m. 1st 1880, as his 4th wife. Sir Edward Blackett, 6th 
Bart., who d. 1885; 2ndly 1888 Henry Frederick 
Gisborne Holt, Esq. {ivhom see). — Ropley Grove, 
Bopley, Hampshire. 

BLACKETT, Arthur Edward, Esq., of Sock- 
burn Hall, CO. Durham. 

Second son of Major-Gen. Sir Edward William 

Blackett, 7th Bart., C.B., of .Sockburn Hall, .and of 

Malfen Hall, Northumberland, who d. 1909, by the 

Hon. Julia Frances, who d. 1913, youngest dau. of 

I Kenelm, 17th Lord Somerville {dormant); b. 1874; 

m. 1917 Diana, Madame de Bouetto, dau. of Rudolph 

I J. Goetz, Special OfiBcial Diplomatic Messenger for the 

] Swiss Legation. Mr. Blackett was educated at Wel- 

I lington Coll. — Sockburn, Hall, Darlington, co. Durham. 

! BLACKETT, Christopher Wxllum Stewart, 
Esq., of Arbigland, Stewartry of Kirk- 
I cudbright. 

Only son of Capt. William Stewart Burdett Blackett, 

late Grenadier Guards, Lieut. Leicestershire Yeo., of 

Arbigland, who d. (of wounds received in action) 1914, 

I by Kathleen Prudence Eirene (who m. 2ndly 1918 

I Lieut.-Col. and temp. Brigadier-Gen. AVilliam Fred- 

! erick Sweny, D.S.O., R. Fusiliers), youngest dau. of 

' Beauchamp Frederick Bagenal, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 

i of Benekerry House, co. Carlow; b. 1908. — Arbigland, 

Dumfries. 

BLACKETT, Col. Edward Umfreville, of 
Wylam, Northumberland ; and of Barna- 
grotty, CO. Tipperary. 

Eldest son of Edward Algernon Blackett, Esq., Capt. 

R.N., of Wylam, and Oakwood, Northumberland, who 

d. 1873, by his 1st wife Lucy, who d. 1863, dau. of the 

I late Eev. William Minehin ; b. 1853; m. 1st 1879 

Florence Rachel Therese Laura, who d. 1894, only dau. 

of the late John Cleland, Esq., of Stormont Castle, co. 

Down ; 2ndly 1896 Sybell Rachel, who d. 1917, 2nd 

dau. of Sir Vincent Rowland Corbet, 3rd Bart., and 

I has, with 2 daus., a son, * Christopher John Walter, 

' b. 1900. Col. Blackett, who was educated at the R. 

Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is Col. ret. pay, late R.A., 

and Patron of 1 living. — Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

BLACKETT-ORD, Major John Reginald, of 
Whitfield Hall, Northumberland. 

Elder son of Andrew John Blackett-Ord, Esq., of Wliit- 
field Hall, who d. 1899, by Amy Louisa, youngest dau. 
of the late Charles William Jebb, Esq., formerly 60th 
Rifles ; b. 1885 ; m. 1913 Lena Mary, only dau. of the 
Ven. Charles Edward Blackett-Ord, M.A., Archdeacon 
of Northumberland, and Canon of Newcastle, and has, 
with other issue, a son, * John Christopher, b. 1918. 
Major Blackett-Ord, who was formerly Lieut. 4th Batt. 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, is a J.P. for 
Northumberland (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 
1917), Major ret., late Capt. and temp. Major 4th 
Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers and Patron of Whit- 
field.— IWiY/JcJii Hall, Northumberland. 

BLACKWALL, John, Esq., of Heudre House, 
Denbighshire. 

Eldest son of John Blackwall, Esq., J. P., of Heudre 
House, who d. 1900, by Margaret Sarah, who d. 1894, 
dau. of the late Eobert Owen Moiilsdale, Esq., of 
Bryndyflryn, Denbighshire; b. 1866; m. 1895 Christian 
Stewart, dau. of John Stewart Jackson, Esq., of Val- 
paraiso, Chile. Mr. Blackwall, who was educated at 
Eossall, is a Magistrate for Denbighshire and for 
Carnarvonshire. — Hendre House, Llanwrst S.O., Den- 
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BLACKWALL, Lieut. -Col. John Baton, 
D.S.O., of BlackwaU, Derbysliii-e. 

Eldest son of John BlackwaU Evans-Blackwall, Esq., 
J. P., of BlackwaU, who assumed the additional sur- 
name of BlackwaU 1871 and d. 1918, by Lucy, only 
dau. of the lalc Richard Eaton, Esq., of Nottingham ; 
o. 1873 ; m. 1905 Elinor Sophie, youngest dau. of the 
late William Statham, Esq., of The Redings, Totteridge, 
Hertfordshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * John, 
/(. 1908. Lieut. -Col. BlackwaU, who was educated at 
Nottingham High School and at Selwyn Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1895), is a Civil Engineer, Co. Surveyor 
of Cambridgi'shire, Lieut.-Col. 8th Batt. Sherwood 
Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regt.), 
I T.D., a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, and Joint 

Patron of 1 living. — BlackwaU, Kirk Ireton, Derby. 

BLACKWELL, Sir Eenley Robeetson Hay, 
K.C.B.— Cr. 1916. 

Son of the late James Hay Blaokwell, Esq., of St. 
Andrews, Fife; h. 1868. Sir Ernley Blackwell, who 
was educated at Trinity Coll., Glenalmond, and called 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1892, was Assistant 
Under Secretary of State for the Home Department 
1906-13, and has been Legal Assistant Under Secretary 
of State since 1913. — Windham Club.s.v/.; Garrick,and 
Beefsteak Clubs, w.c. ; 28, St. James's Court, Bucking- 
ham Gate, s.-w. ; Home Office, Whitehall, s.w. 

BLACKWOOD, Sir Francis, Bart.— Cr. 1814. 

Only surviving son of Sir Henry Martin Blackwood, 2nd 
Bart, (a Capt. R.N.), who d. 1851, by Harriet Louisa, 
who d. 1873, youngest dau. of the late J. M. Bulkeley, 
Esq.; b. 1838; s. his brother Sir Henry, 3rd Bart., 
1864 ; m. 1st 1861 Laura Olivia, who d. 1865, 2nd dau. 
of the late Robert S. Palmer, Esq.; 2ndly 1871 Dorothy 
Frances, who d. 1919, eldest dau. of the late Rev. 
Edward Henry Quicke, of Newton St. Cyres, Devon- 
shire. Sir Francis Blackwood is Capt. ret. R.N. — 
United Service Club, s.w. ; 5, Beaufort House, Beaufort 
Street, s,w. 

Beir, his graudgon Henry Palmer Temple, elder son of 
Henry Eobcrt Temple Blackwood, Esq., who d. 1910, by 
Rebecca PafEard, eldest dau. of J. Scullard, Esq. ; b. 1896. 

BLACKWOOD. See Dufferin and Ava, Marquis of. 

BLADES, Sir (George) Rowland, Knt.— Cr. 
1918. 

Only son of Rowland Hill Blades, Esq., of Sydenham, 
Keut, who d. 1898 ; b. 1868 ; ?n. 1907 Margaret, dau. 
of Arthur Reiner, Esq., of Sutton, Surrey. Sir Rowland 
Blades is Head of the firm of Messrs. Blades, East & 
Blades, Printers and Stationers ; a Member of the 
Common Council of the City of London (Sheriff 1917- 
18); a J. P. for co. London; temp. Capt. 2nd V.B. 
The Queen's (R. W. Surrey Regt.), and a Member of 
the London C.C. and of the Gardeners' Co. ; elected 
M.P. for the Epsom Div. of Surrey 19\8.— Grange 
Mount, Leatherhead, Surrey ; Junior Carlton, and 
B. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; City Carlton, and Gresham 
Clubs, B.C.; 2, Whitehall Court, s.w.; 23, Abchurch : 
Lane, e.c. ; Leonard Street, E.c. 

BLAGRAVE, John Gratwicke, Esq., of Grat- 
wicke Hall, Somerset. 
Third and younger surviving son of John Henry 
Blagrave, Esq., of Calcot Park, Berks, and of Barrow 
House, Somerset, who d. 1895, by his 1st wife Sarah 
Cooper, who d. 1865, dau. of the late Richard Sayers, 
Esq., of Greenwood, co. Dublin ; b. 1853 ; m. 1898 
Fanny Julia, youngest dau. of Sir Alexander Beamont 
Churchill Dixie, 10th Bart., of BosworthPark, Leicester- 
shire, and widow of Lord Henry Edward Brudenell 



Somerset, and has, with other issue, a sou, * Herbert 
Henry Gratwicke, temp. Lieut. R.A. ; b. 1899. Mr. 
Blagrave, who was educated at Magdalen Coll., 
Oxford, is Capt. and Hon. Major late N. Somerset 
Imp. Yeo. — Residence : Hambrook House, Charlton 
Kings, Gloucestershire. 

BLAINE, Lady. 

Lydia Letitia Purvis, youngest dau. of Sir Timothy 
Vansittart Stonhouse, 11th Bart., who d. 1866, by 
Mary Diana, who d. 1873, eldest dau. of the late 
Rev. George WiUiani Sturt ; m. 1881 as 2nd wife 
Sir Robert Stickney Blaine, a Magistrate for Bath ; 
Mayor 1872-3; M.P. for the City 1885-6, who was 
cr. Knt. 1890 and d. 1897. 

BLAIR, Sir Robert, Knt., LL.D.— Cr. 1914. 

Eldest son of William Blair, of Garlieston, Wig- 
townshire, by Mary, dau. of the late William Hood, 
of Whithorn, Wigtownshire ^ b. 1859 ; m. 1883 Ida 
Kathleeu. eldest dau. of the late Joseph Boak Westrup, 
Esq., of Kensington Park Road. Sir Robert Blair, who 
was educated at Garlieston Public School and at Edin- 
burgh Univ. (M.A. 1880, Hon. LL.D. 1915, B.Sc. London 
1892), was Assistant Master at Kelso High School 
1880-1 and at Aske's Hatcham School, New Cross, 
1881-93; Headmaster of the Science and Technical 
School, Cheltenham, 1893-4; Inspector N. Scotland Dist. 
for Science and Art Department 1894-8 and for Scotch 
Education Department 1898-1900 ; Chief Inspector of 
Technical Education in Ireland 1900-1 ; Assistant Sec- 
retary Technical Instruction, Department of Agriculture 
and Technical Instruction for Ireland, 1901-4 and a 
Member of the Mosely Education Commission to America 
1903 ; has been Education Officer of the London C.C. 
since 1904 ; is an Officer of the Belgian Order of 
the Crown and the Author of sever.al publications 
on Educational subjects. — Caledonian Club, s.w.; 19, 
Ardwick Boad, Hampstead, N.w. 

BLAIR, Col. Frederick Gordon, C.B., C.M.G., 
of Blair, Ayrshire. 
Eldest son of Capt. William Fordyee Blair, of Blair, 
who d. 1888, by Caroline Isabella, youngest dau. of 
the late John Sprot. Esq., and sister of the late Mark 
Sprot, Esq., of Riddell, Roxburghshire ; b. 1852 ; m. 
1880 Mary Elizabeth, dau. of the late William Baird, 
Esq., of Elie, Fife, and has issue * Cecily Magdalene. 
Col. Blair is a J.P. and D.L. for Ayrshire, a Magistrate 
for Rutland (High Sheriff 1886), au Hon. Lieut.-Col. 
in the Army, Col. T. F., and Hon. Col., late 
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. Leicestershire Yeo., 
T. D., formerly Comm. 4th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. 
Africa (1900-1) and later Mounted Troops, 8th Div. ; 
previously Capt. 16th Lancers ; appointed an A.D.C. 
to H.M. King George V. 1914, and an Assistant Mil. 
Secretary 1915; has the Russian Order of St. Anne, 
2nd Cla's. — Blair, Dairy, N.B. ; Ashwell Hall, 
Oakham ; Turf Club. w. 

BLAIR, of Avontoun, LinUthgowsliire. See 
Maconochie. 

BLAIR. See Hunter-Blair, and Maxwell, of Tevioibank, 
Roxburghshire. 

BLAIR-IMRIE, Capt. Hew Francis, C.M.G., 
O.B.E., of Lunan House, Forfarshire. 
Eldest son of Col. Henry Francis Blair, R. (late Bengal) 
E., who d. 1908, by Sophia Grace, only dau. of the late 
Capt. John Bott, 5th Bengal Light Cav., and step-dau. 
of the late Giles Loder, Esq., of Wilsford House, Wilt- 
shire ; 6.1873; s. his uncle WilUam Thomas Taylor 
Blair-Imrie, Esq., J.P., 1910; m. 1907 Selina Gladys, 
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3rd dau. of the late Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.) Eyre 
Maedonnell Stewart Crabbe, C.B., formerly Grenadier 
Guards, of Glen Byre, Hampshire, and has, -Hith other 
issue, a son, * Francis William, *. 1910. Capt. Blair- 
Imrie, who was educated at Wellington Coll. and at 
Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, and has assumed the 
additional surname of Imrie, was formerly Lieut. 
Northumberland Fusiliers and is Capt. 5th Batt. The 
Black Watch (R. Highlanders); was D.A.Q.M.G. 
Northern Command 1916-19. — Lunan House, Mont- 
rose, Forfarshire ; United Sermce Club, s.w. 

BLAIR OLIPHANT. See Kington Blair Oliphant. 

BLAKE, Sir Thomas Patrick Ulick John 
Haevey, Bart., of Menlough Castle, co. 
Galway.— Cr. 1622. 
Eldest and only sui'viving son of Sir Valentine Blake, 
14th Bart., by Camilla Eugenia, youngest dau. of the 
late Harvey Combe, Esq., Madras Civil Service ; 
b. 1870 ; s. 1912 ; m. 1903 Evelyn Winifred, youngest 
dau. of the late Lewes Gower Stewart, Esq., formerly 
Lieut. E.E., of MountPlcasantjIlfi'acombe. Sir Thomas 
Blake, who was formerly Lieut. W. of Scotland Art. S. 
Div. K.A., is a Magistrate for co. Galway and temp. 
Capt. "E.G. A.— Menlough Castle, Galway. 
EeU; his son TJlick Temple, h. 1904. 

BLAKE, Sir Patrick James Grahah, Bart., of 

Langham, Suffolk.— Cr. 1772. 

Only son of the Rev. Henry Bunbury Blake, Rector of 

Hessett, Suffolk, whorf. 1873, by Frances Marian, ^h.od. 

1910, only dau. of the late Henry James Oakes, Esq., of 

Nowton Court, Suffolk; b. 1861; s. his grandfather 

Sir Henry Charles, 4th Bart., 1880; m. 1883 Emma 

Gertrude, only dau. of the late Thomas Pilkington 

Dawson, Esq., of Groton House, Suffolk. Educated at 

Cheltenham Coll.; is a Magistrate for Suffolk, and 

late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regl.— Junior Carlton, 

and Orleans Clubs, s.w. ; 49, St. James's Street, s.w. 

Heir, his son Cuthbert Patrick, D.S.O., Lieut.-Comm. K.N. ; 

b. 1885 : m. 1916 Florence Wilhelmina, elder dau. of En- 

gineer-Capt. William Richard Apps, M.V.O., ret. E.N., of 

The HawthorDS, Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, and has a 

dau., Veronica Anstace. 

BLAKE, Sir Francis Douglas, Bart., C.B., 

of Tillmoutli Park, Nortliuinberiand. — 

Cr. 1907. 

Eldest son of Francis Blake, Esq., of Tillmouth Park, 

who d. 1861, by Mary (who d. 1915, having tn. 2ndly 

18— Patrick Clay, Esq., of Berwick-on-Tweed, who d. 

18 ), 2nd dau. of the late Rev. Eoddam Douglas; 

h. 1856; m. 1886SelinaColquhoun, who (i. 1915,eldest 
dau. of the late James Clelaud Burns, Esq. Sir Francis 
Blake, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at 
Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1878), and called to the Bar 
at the Inner Temple 1881, was formerly Hon. Col. 
Northumberland R.F.A., Special Reserve, previously 
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. Northumberland 
R.G.A. Militia, and is a J.P., D.L., C. Aid., and Chair- 
man of the C.C. and of Quarter Sessions for Northum- 
berland, an Hon. Capt. in the Army, and Hon. Col. 
Northern Cyclist Batt. T.F. ; elected M.P. for the 
Berwick-on-Tweed Div. of Northumberland 1916.— 
Tillmouth Park, Cor7iliill-on-Tweed ; United University 
Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son Francis Edward Colquhoun, Capt. Northum- 
berland Hussars Teo. ; educated at Bradfield Ooll. and at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; h. 1893. 

BLAKE, Edith, Lady. 

Eldest dau. of Ralph Bernal- Osborne, Esq., M.P., of 
Newtown Anner, co. Tipperary, who d. 1882, by 
Catherine Isabella, who d. 1880, only dau. of Sir 
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Thomas Osboru, 9th Bart., of Newtown Anner ; m. 
1874, as his 2nd wife. Sir Henry Arthur Blake, 
G.C.M.G., F.R.G.S., F.R.C.I., a JIP. and D.L. for 
CO. Cork, Hon. Col. Ceylon Mounted Rifles, and a 
Knight of Justice of the Order of St John of Jeru- 
salem, who was a Resident Magistrate in Ireland 
1876-82; a Special Resident Magistrate 1882; Gover- 
nor of the Bahamas 1884-7, of Newfoundland 1887-8, 
of Jamaica 1888-97, of Hongkong 1897-1903, and of 
Ceylon 1903-7, and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1888, 
G.C.M.G. 1897, and d. 1^19,.— Myrtle Grove, Youghal. 

BLAKE, Sir Ernest Edward, K.C.M.G.— Cr. 
1901. 

Son of the Rev. Edmund Blake, of Bramerton, Norfolk, 
by Mary Hobart, dau. of the late J. Sewell, Esq., of 
Poringland, Norfolk; b. 1845; »«. 1874 Catharine 
Isabella, who d. 1902, dau. of the late Alfred Blyth ; 
Esq. Sir Ernest Blake, who was educated at Norwich 
Grammar School, and entered the Colonial Office 1863, 
was a Crown Agent for the Colonies 1881-1909 (Senior 
Crown Agent \WQ-9). — HawJcshill, Leatherhead, 
Surrey: St. Mary's, Ujplymc, Devonshire. 

BLAKE, Capt. Sir (Herbert) Acton, 
K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O.-Cr. K.C.V.O. 1914, 
K.C.M.G. 1918. 

Only son of John George Blake, Esq., of Winchester, 
who d. 1866, by Caroline, who d. 1912, dau. of 
the late William Hodges, Esq., of London ; b. 1 857 ; 
m. 1897 Lucy Grace, dau. of James Thin, Esq., 
of Loudon. Sir Acton Blake is a Magistrate for 
CO. London and Capt. ret. R. Naval Reserve ; has been 
Deputy Master of Trinity House since 1910. — Puck's 
Croft, Etisper, Sussex; United Service Club, s.w.; 48, 
Kensington Matisions, Trebovir Road, s.w. 

BLAKE, Charles Frederick Sapte, Esq., of 
Great Budbridge Manor, Isle of Wight. 
Elder son of Edward Frederick Blake, Esq., of 
Shanklin Towers, Isle of Wight, who d. 1908, by 
Agnes Ann, dau. of the late Charles Browning. Esq., 
of Gloucester Terrace, W. ; b. 1869 ; m. 1893 Annie 
Ethel, 2nd dau. of the late John Rogerson, Esq., J.P., 
of Holywood Hall, co. Durham, and has, with other 
issue, a son, * George Frederick Sapte, b. 1902. Mr. 
Blake, who was educated at Rugby and at Exeter Coll., 
Oxford, and admitted a Solicitor 1902, is an Hon. Lieut, 
in the Army, late temp. Lieut. R.A.S.C, and Lord 
of the Manor of Great Budbridge. — Great Budbridge 
Manor, Godshill, Isle of Wight; Cocoa Tree Club, s.w. 

BLAKE, Edmund Martin, Esq., of RatLville, 
CO. Galway. 
Eldest surviving son of John Henry Blake, Esq., J.P., 
ofRathville, who d. 1882 (by Harriette Frances, dau. 
of Francis J. Lynch, Esq., M.D., of Mount Pleasant, co. 
Galway), and grandson of the late John Blake, Esq., of 
Furbough ; b. 1876. Mr. Blake is a Magistrate for 
CO. Galway. — Bathville, Kiltulla, near Athenry, co. 
Galway. 

BLAKE, Francis Joseph, Esq., of Aunagh- 
down House, co. Galway. 
Only son of Rickard Blake, Esq., J.P., of Annaghdowu 
House, who d. 1915, by Anne Marcella, who d. 1900, 
2nd dau. of the late Thomas Robert Ryan, Esq., of co. 
Galway; b. 1873; m. 1st 1902 Adelaide Jane (Lily), 
whoti. 1904, 2nd dau. of Bernard O'Neill Power, Esq., 
of Vermont, co. Galway ; 2ndly 1909 Edith Mary, 6th 
dau. of the late Thomas Synnott, Esq., of Innismore, 
CO. Dublin, and has, with other issue, a son, *Eickard 



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raneis Joseph, i. 1903. Mr. Blake, who i 



, educated jBLAKE, Valkntine Joseph, Esq., of Tower 



of CO. Cialway 1918. — Annaghdoimi House, Drumgriffin , 
CO. Galway ; County Club, Gafwai/. 

h BLAKE, Isidore Joseph, Esq., of Heath 
House, Queen's Co. I 

Third son of Valentine Joseph Blake, Esq., J.P., who ! 
d. 1912, by the Hon. Mary Jo.sephine, who rf. 1919, only , 
dau. of Charles, 3rd Lord de Freyne ; b. 1887; s. his 
uncle Charles Joseph Blake, Esq., J. P., 1 9 1 7. Mr. Blake 
is on the roll for High Sheriff of Queen's Co. for 1921 . — j 
Heath House, Maryborough, Queen's Co. I 



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BLAKE, John Joseph, 
Park, CO. Galway. 
Only son of Robert Blake, Esq., of Ballyglunin Park, 

who d. 1917, by , dau. of ; A. 1875 ; m. 1917 

Anna, dau. of the late Michael Mescall, Esq., of 
Kilrush, CO. Clare, and has a dau., Mary Rosamond. — 
Ballyglunin Park, Ballyglunin. co. Galuvy. 



BLAKE, the Misses, of Meelick House, co. 
Galway. 

Mary Selina, and Elizabeth Campbell, daus. of Walter 
Blake, Esq. (grandson of Sir Walter Blake, 10th Bart., 
of Menlough Castle, co. Galway), of Meelick House, 
who d. 1860, by Mary, who d. 1899, dau. of the late 
Charles Blake, Esq., of Bridge House, Tuam. co. 
Galway. The Misses Blake a. by deed of gift their 
brother Charles Anthony Blake, Esq., who d. 1911.— 
Meelick Home, Whitegate, co. Galway. 



BLAKE, Mrs., of Mylnhurst, Yorkshire. 

Rebecca, dau. of Thomas Jessop, Esq., of Eudcliffe 

Grange, Sheffield; m. 1869 William Greaves Blake, 

Esq., of Mylnhurst, a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding 

of Yorkshire, a J.P. for Derbyshire, and Capt. and Hon. j 

Major late 3rd Batt. York and Lancaster Kegt., who | 

was formerly Capt. 9th Lancers, and who d. 1904,1 RLAKE 

leaving issne.— Mylnhurst, Ecclesall, near Sheffield. i 



Only surviving son of Col. Maurice Charles Joseph 
Blake, C.B., J.P. and D.L., late 3rd Batt. Connaught 
Rangers, V.D., of Tower Hill, who d. 1915, by 
Jeannette, who d. 1916, dau. of the late Richard 
Pearce O'Reilly, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.S.I., of Castle 
Wilder, co. Longford, and Sans Souci, co. Dublin ; 
b. 1866. Mr. Blake, who was educated at Stony- 
hurst Coll., was formerly Capt. 3rd Batt. Connaught 
Rangers, and High Sheriff of co. Mayo I'dlS.—Tower 
Hill, Baltyglass, co. Mayo. 

BLAKE, the Rev. Waeeenne James WAR- 
RENNE-, of Bramerton Hall, Norfolk. 

Youngest son of John Joseph Blake, Esq., of Bramerton 
Hall, who d. 1881, by Susanna, who d. 1883, elder dau. 
of the late Charles Lancelot Hoggart, Esq., of Oak 
Lodge, Southgate, Middlesex; b. 18 — ; s. his brother 
Henry 1914; m. 1878 Alice Elisabeth, only dau. of 
the late Gen. Thomas Edmond Knox, C.B., Col. Nor- 
I folk Regt. Mr. Warrenne-Blake, who was educated 
at Chichester Coll., and assumed the prefix sur- 
name of Warrenne by deed poll 1878, was Vicar of 
Easton, Norfolk, \882-\Ui.— Bramerton Hall, Nor- 
wich. 

BLAKE, William Faeewell, Esq., of Bridge 
Hoiise, Somerset. 
Eldest son of William Blake, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Bridge House, who d. 1901, by Fanny Follett Osier, 
dau. of the late William Browne, Esq., of Bridgwater, 
Somerset; b. 1846; m. 1882 Ellen, who c?. 1890, 
dau, of the late William A. James, Esq., of Taunton, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * William Harvey, 
b. 1886 ; m. 1918 Gweneth Margaret, only dau. of the 
Rev. Evan David Priestley-Evans, of Bury, Lanca- 
shire, and has a son, *William Seymour, b. 1919. Mr. 
Blake, who was educated in London and at Lincoln 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1875), is a Magistrate 
for Somerset. — Bridge House, SouthPetherton, Somerset. 



) Jex-Blake, and Wallscourt. 



BLAKE, Lieut.-Comm. Reginald William, ofi 
Danesbury, Hertfordshire. 

Only surviving son of Col. Arthur Maurice Blake, ' 
C.B., J.P. and D.L., late 1st Vol. Batt, Bedfordshire, 
Eegt., formerly Capt. Grenadier Guards, of Danes- ! 
bury, who d. 1917, by Isabel, 2nd dau. of the late' 
John Sambrook Crawley, Esq., of Stockwood, Bed. j 
fordshire; b. 1885 ; s. his brother Capt. Cecil Rodolph 
Blake, temp. Capt. 10th (Service) Batt. King's R. 
Bifle Corps, who was killed in action, 1917 ; m. 1913 
Eleanora, eldest dau. of William Ogilvie-Grant, Esq., 
of Elvaston Place, S.W., and has with other issue, a 
son, b. 1918. Lieut.-Comm. Blake, who was educated at 
Cheam and in H.M.S. " Britannia," is Lieut.-Comm. 
R.N.— United Service Club. s.w. 



BLAKJ5, Thomas Joseph, Esq., of Bunowen 
Castle, CO. Galway. 
Fifth sou of Valentine O'Connor Blake, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Tower Hill, co. Mayo, who d. 1879, by the 
Hon. Margaret Mary, who d. 1 86'J, only dau. of Charles, 
3rd Lord Ffrench; A. 1849 ; s. his "brother Charles 
Joseph Blake, Esq., J.P., 1917. Mr. Blake, who was 
educated at Clongowes Wood Coll. and at Trinity 
Coll., Dublin, and called to the Bar at King's Inns, 
Dublin, 1873, is a Member of the Dublin Chamber of 
Commerce and the Father of the Connaught Bar 
" ■ ■ -Bunowen Castle, CUfdcn, co. Gahoay. \ 



BLAKE-HUMFREY. See Mason, of Nedon Hall, 
Norfolk. 

BLAKENEY, the Rev. Richaed, of Mowbray 
Lodge, Leicestershire. 
Eldest son of the Rev. Richard Paul Blakeney, D.D., 
LL.D., Canon and Prebendary of York and Rector and 
Rural Dean of Bridlington, Yorkshire, who d. 1884, by 
Elizabeth, who d. 1916, younger dau. and co-heiress of 
the late Robert Bibby, Esq., of Liverpool; b. 1857; 
m. 1884 Alice, elder dau. and co-heiress of the late 
Henry Unwin, Esq., J. P., of Broom Cross, Yorkshire. 
Canon Blakeney, who was educated at Merton Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884), and was Vicar of 
Bishopthorpe, Yorkshire, 1884-91, and of Acaster- 
Malbis, Yorkshire, 1889-91, has been Vicar of Melton 
Mowbray since 1891, Rural Dean of Framland III 
since 1901, and Hon. Canon of Peterborough since 
1904, and is a Chaplain, 1st Class, Territorial Force, 
T.D. ; late Acting Chaplain 1st Vol. Batt. Leicester- 
shire Regt. — MowWay Lodge,MeltonMov)bray, Leicester- 
shire; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

BLAKER, Sir John Geoege, Knt., O.B.E.— 
Cr. 1897. 

Son of John George Blaker, Esq.; b. 1854; m. 1890 
Lily, dau. of Samuel Cowell, Esq. Was Mayor of 
Brighton 1895-6-7-8. — The Romans, Stanford Avenue, 
Preston, Brighton. 

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lUiAKISTON, Sir Horace Nevile, Barfc.^ of 
Sandybrooke Hall, Derbyshire. — Or. 1763. 
Eldest son of the Rev. Horace Mann Blakiston, B.D., 
Vicar of Benhall, Suffolk, who d. 1878, by Cliarlotte, 
2nd dau. of the late Rev. WiUiam Henry Galfridus 
Mann; 4. 1861 ; s. his uncle Sir Matthew Blakiston, ' 
4th Bart., 1883; educated at Tonbridge — Residence: 
Lyuion, Boscombe, Hampshire. 

Heir Pres., his brother Charles Edwanl, educateii at Ton- 
bridge; 6.1802. I 

BLAKISTON - HOUSTON, John, Esq., of, 
Orangefield, and Reddens, co. Down. j 

Eldest sou of Richard Bayly Blakiston-Houston, Esq., | 
who d. 1857, by Mary Isabella, who d. 1873, eldest 
dau. of the late John Holmes Houston, Esq., of Orange- 
field and Roddens; b. 1829 ; m. 1859 Marian, who d. { 
1890, 2nd dau. of the late Richard Shuttleworth Streat- 
feild, Esq., and has, with other issue, a sou, * Richard, ! 
Capt. 6fh Batt. Rifle Brigade ; late Capt. 5tli Batt. R. 1 
Irish Rifles; b. 1864; m. 1896 Lillian Agnes, dau. of I 
George Jardine Kidston, Esq., of Finlayston, Renfrew- 
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * John Matthew, ' 
Lieut. 11th Hussars; educated at Eton and at the 
R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; h. 1898. Mr. Blakiston- 
Houston is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Down (High Sheriff' 
1860); late Capt. S. Down Militia; was M.P. for the 
N. Div. of CO. Down l89S-l900.— Oranffefield, and 
Roddens, Belfast ; Carlton, and Wellington Clubs, s.-w. 

BLANC, Lady. 

Stella, dau. of Eyre Burton Powell, Esq., C.S.I., 
Director of Public Instruction, Madras, who d. 190-, 
by his 1st wife Hamilton Matilda de Jorions, who d. 
1874, dau. of the bite Capt. E. A. Langley, Madras 
Cav. ; m. 1877 Sir Henry Jules Blanc, M.D., F.R.C.P., 
aDeputy Surgeon-Gen. ret. Indian Medical Service, who 
was cr. K.C.V.O. 1901 and d. 1911.— c/o Messrs. Henri/ 
S. King and Co., 65, Cornhill, e.c. 

BLAND, HuMPHEET LoFTUS, Esq., of Blands- 
fort, Qaeen's Co. 
Only son of John Loftus Bland, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Blandsfort, who d. 1908, by his 1st wife Alice, who d. 
1898, 2nd dau. of the late Capt. George Hotham, R.E. ; 
b. 1869 ; in. 1900 Muriel Elsie, only dau. of the late John 
Scott, Esq., of Elmstead Grange, Chislehurst, and has, 
with other issue, a son, *William, b. 1901. Mr. Bland, 
who was educated at Wellington Coll., and was formerly 
Lieut. 5th Northumberland Fusiliers, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for Queen's Co. (High Sheriff 1912), and was High 
Sheriff of co. Wicklow I90o.— Blandsfort, AbbeyleLv, 
Queen's Co. ; Kildare Street Club. Dublin. 

BLAND. See Davison-Bland. 

BLAND-SUTTON, Sir John, Knt., F.R.C.S., 
LL.D.— Cr. 1912. 

Eldest son of Charles William Sutton, Esq., of Enfield 
Highway, who d. 1889, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
Joseph Wadsworth, Esq., of Long Buckby ; b. 1855 ; 
m. 1st 1882 ; 2ndly 1899 Edith, a Lady of Grace of 
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, youngest dau. of 
the late Henry Heather- Bigg, Esq. Sir John Bland- 
Sutton, who was educated at the Middlesex Hospital 
(F.R.C.S. 1884, Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen), and assumed 
the prefix surname of Bland by deed poll 1899, was 
Erasmus Wilson Lecturer R. Coll. of Surgeons 1886-7 
and 1890-1 and Hunterian Professor there 1888-9; 
is Surgeon to the Middlesex Hospital and its Cancer 
Charity, Chairman of the Cancer Investigation Com- 
mittee, Vice-President of the R. Coll. of Surgeons, 
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England, Major 3rd London Gen. Hospital. R..'V.M.C., 
T.F., and temp. Hon. Lieut.-Col. R.A.M.C— G«cr!ci 
Club, w.c. : 47, Brook Street, w. 



BLANDFORD, Marquis of. See nnder Marlborough. 

BLANDT.JENKINS, Mrs., of Llanharan, 
Glamorganshire. 

Elizabeth Norah, 4th dau. of the late Major-Gen. 
George Drury, R.M.L.I., of North Huish, Devonshire ; 
m. 1897, as his 2nd wife, Col. John Blandy-Jenkins, 
late Comm. 3rd Batt. R. Berkshire Regt., of Llanharan, 
and of Kingston Bagpuize, Berkshire, a J.P. and D.L. 
for Berkshire (High Sheriff' 1866), and a J.P. and 
Chairman of the CO. for Glamorganshire, who d. 1915, 
leaving (by his 1st wife Alice Martha, who d. 1895. 
3rd dau. of the late Charles Wilson Faber, Esq., of 
Northaw, Hertfordshire), 2 daus. and by his 2nd wife, 
1 dau. — Llanharan, Pontyclun S.O., Glamorgan- 

BLANE, Sara Hammond, Lady. 

Dau. of ; m. 1st 18— Henry Blake, Esq., of 

Boston, U.S.A., who (i. 18—; 2ndly 1903 Lieut.-Gen. 
Sir Seymour John Blane, 3rd Bart. (cr. 1812, cxt.), 
C.B., of Blanefield, Ayrshire, who d.s.p. 1911.— 37, 
Lowndes Street, s.w. 

BLANE, ^MT, Lady. 
Elder dau. of Col. George Francis Leverson, C.B. 
C.M.G., late R.E., by Ethel Frances Riland, 2nd dau. 
of the late Rev. William Kirkpatrick Riland Bedford 
of Sutton Coldfleld, Warwickshire; m. 1912 Comm. 
Sir Charles Rodney Blane, 4th and last Bart. (cr. 
1812), R.N., of Blanefield, Ayrshire, an Officer of the 
Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus of Italy, who 
d. (killed in action) 1916, leaving a dau., Helen Mary. 

BLANE, Capt. Gilbeet Gordon, of Foliejon 
Park, Berks. 

Elder surviving son of Gilbert James Blane, Esq., 
who d. 1881, by Harriet Ann Stewart, who d. 1909, 
dau. of the late Rev. Gordon Forbes, of Dyce, Aber- 
deenshire; b. 1861 ; s. his uncle, Thomas Law Blane, 
Esq., 1885 ; m. 1888 Mabel Augusta, 8th dau. of the 
late Adm. the Hon. Keith Stewart, C.B., and has 
had, with 3 dans., a son, Malcolm Gilbert Stewart, 
Lieut. 3rd Batt. and temp. Lieut. 6th (Service) 
Batt. Q.O. Cameron Highlanders ; b. 1892, and 
killed in action 1915. Capt. Blane, who was educated 
at Eton, and was formerly Capt. Scots Guards, is a J.P. 
for Berks. — Residence : Alltan Donn, Nairn ; Guards', 
and Wellinaton Clubs, s.w. 



BLATHWAYT, Robert Winter, Esq., of Dyr- 
ham Park, Gloucestershire. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Wynter Thomas Blathwayt, 
Rector of Dyrham, of Dyrham Park, who d. 1909, "by 
his 1st wife Frances Elizabeth, who d. 1869, younger 
dau. of the late Robert Philips, Esq., of Heybridge, 
Staff'ordshire ; 6.1850; ot. 1879 Margaret Ermentrude, 
2nd dau. of the late Henry Chandos-Pole-Gell, Esq., of 
Hopton Hall, Derbyshire. Mr. Blathwayt, who was 
educated at Harrow, is a Magistrate for Gloucester- 
shire (on the roll for High Sheriff for 1921) and for 
Somerset, Lord of the Manors of Dyrham, Langridge, 
and Porlock, and Patron of 2 livings. — Dyrham Park, 
Chippenham ; Boodle's Club, s.w. 



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BLEDISLOE OF LTDNEY, Lord (Charles 
Bathurst, K.B.E.).— Cr. 1918. 
Eldest surviving son of Cliarles Buthurst, Esq., J.P., 
of Lydney Park, who rf. 1907, by Mary Elizabeth, who 
d. 1885, only dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Thomas 
Pasley Hay; b. 1867 ; m. 1898 the Hon. Bertha Susan 
Lopes, youngest dan. of Henry Charles, 1st Lord 
Lndlow. Lord Bledisloe of Lydney, who was educated 
at Sherborne, at Eton, and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B..4. 
1890, M.A. 1898), and called to the Bar ,it the Inner 
Temple 1892, was formerly Capt. R. Monmouthshire 
Engineer Militia, M. P. for the Wilton Div. of Wiltshire 
Jan. 1910-1918, Parliamentary Seeretaryto the Ministry 
of Food 1916-17, Chairman of the R. Commission on 
the Sugar Supply 1917-19 and Director of Sugar 
Distribution 1918-19, and is a Magistrate for Glou- 
cestershire, Capt. R. Monmouthshire R.E., Special 
Reserve, Lord of the Manors of Lydney and Aylburton, 
and Patron of 1 living; elected a Verderer of the 
Forest of Dean 1907. — Lydney Park, Glmicestershire ; 
Carlton, and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs, s.w. ; Bur- 
lington Fine Arts' Club, w. 

Htir, his son Benjamin Ludlow, b. 1899. 



BLENCOWE, Robert Campion, Esq., of Bine- 
ham, and The Hooke, Sussex. 
Eldest son of John George Blencowe, Esq., M.P., J.P, 
and D.L., of Bineham, who d. 1900, by Frances, who d. 
1913, eldest dau. of the late AVilliam John Campion, 
Eeq.,of Danny Park, Sussex ; b. 1858 ; m. 1886 Augusta 
Frederica, who d.s.p. 1905, ord dau. of the late' 
Frederic Boughton Newton Dickenson, Esq., J.P. and j 
D.L., of Syston Court, Gloucestershire. Mr. Blencowe, 
who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, 
and was formerly Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers, is a i 
Magistrate for Hampshire, an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, ] 
late Lieut. R. Defence Corps, and Patron of 1 living.— , 
Bineham, Chailey, near Lewes; Naval and Military^ 
Club, w. ; County Club, Lewes. 

BLENKINSOPP. See L~at. 



BLENJSTERHASSETT, Sir Marmaduke 
Casimir Henry Joseph, Bart., of Blenner- 
ville, CO. Kerry.— Cr. 1809. 
Only son of Sir Arthur Charles Francis Bernard 
Blennerhassett, 5th Bart., by Mary Frances, only dau. I 
of the late Baron Ludvig von Aretin, of Haidenburg, 
Bavaria; b. 1902; «. 1915. 

Heir Pres., his uncle William Lewis Rowland Paul Sebastian, 
youngest son of theRight Hon. Sir Rowland Bleimerhaasett, 
4th Bait., M.P., who d. 1909. by Countess Charlotte, who 
d. 1917, only dau. of the late Charles, Count de Leyden ; b. 
1882 ; m. 1910 Olivia Frances, youngest dau. of Sir Thomas 
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BLENNBRHASSETT, Richard Francis 
PONSONBY, Esq., of Kells, CO. Kerry. 
Only son of Rowland Pousonby Blennerhassett, Esq., 
K.C., M.P., .T.P., of Kells, who d. 1913, by Mary 
Beatrice, Srd dau. of the late Walter Armstrong, Esq., 
of Ennismore Gardens, S.W.; b. 1879; ?n. 1914 Silvia, 
only dau. of the late Fredejic William Henry Myers, 
Esq., of Leckhampton, Cambridge, and has a dau., Mary 
Diana Ponsonby. Mr. Blennerhassett, who was edu. 
cated at Eton, is an Associate Member of the Institu- 
tions of Civil and Electrical Engineers. — Kells, co. 
Kerry ; Brooks s Club, s.w. ; 52, Hans Place, s.w. 



BLBWITT, Mrs., of 
See Leigh. 



House, Lancashire. 



BLENNERHASSETT, Major Arthur, M.B.E., 
of Ballyseedy House, co. Kerry. 
Only son of Charles John Allanson Wynu Blenner- 
hassett, Esq., of Ballyseedy House, formerly High Sheriff 
of CO. Ken-y, who d. 1859, by M.ary Anne (who m. 2ndly 
1862 William Walker, Esq.), 4th dau. of the late John 
Hickson, Esq., D.L., of Dingle Grove, co. Kerry ; b. 
1856 ; m. 1882 Clara Nesta Richarda, M.B.E., only dau. 
of the late Desmond John Edmund FitzGerald, Esq., 
Knight of Glin, of Glin Castle, co. Limerick, and has 3 
daus. Major Blennerhassett is a J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Kerry (High Sheriff 1878), and Major late 4th Batt. 
R. Munster Fusiliers ; late temp. Hon. Major Remount 
Sevviae.— Ballyseedy, Tralee ; Kildare Street Club, 
Dublin. 



BLIGH, Miss, of Brittas, co. Meath. 

Gwendolen Mary, only child of Maior Frederick 
Arthur Bligh, J.P. (High Sheriff of co.'Meath 1904), 
temp. Major R.F.A., late Capt. R.H.A., of Brittas, who 
d. from the effects of illness contracted on active service 
1915, by Mary Wentworth, only surviving dau. of the 
late Lieut.-Gen. George Wentworth Forbes, of The 
Gleanings, Rochester. Miss Bligh is Patron of 1 living. 
— Brittas, Nobber, co. Meath. 

BLIGH, Stanley Price Morgan, Esq., of Cil- 
mery Park, Breconshire. 

Only son of Oliver Morgan Bligh, Esq., J.P., of 
Cilmery Park, who d. 1886, by Ellen, who d. 1903, 
dau. of J. Edwards, Esq., of Clifton; b. 1870; ?«. 
1898 Matilda Agnes, dau. of Major John WiLson, late 
R. Scots Greys. Mr. Bligh, who was educated at Eton 
and at Trinity Coll., Oxford, and called to the Bar at 
the Inner Temple 1895, is a Magistrate for Brecon- 
shire.— CJtaer^ Par*, Builth R.S.O., Breconshire ; 28, 
Grosvenor Road, s.w. 

BLIGH, of Fartherwell, Kent. See Wingfield- 
Stratford. 

B LIGH. See Clifton of Leighton Bromswold, Baroness, 
and Darnlcy, Earl of. 

BLISS, Sir Henry William, K.C.I.E.— Cr. 

1897. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. James Bliss, Rector of 
Manningford, Wilts, by Mary, dau. of the late Rear- 
Adm. Sir Thomas FeUowes, C.B. ; b. 1840 ; m. 1st 1863 
Mary, who d. 1876, dau. of Edmund Rendle, Esq., M.D. ; 
2ndly 1879 Edith, who d. 1898, dau. of the late James 
Wheeler, Esq.; 3rdly 1900 Florence, who d. 1919, 
youngest dau. of Sir Frederick Joseph Bramwell, 1st 
and only Bart. Sir Henry Bliss, who was educated at 
Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1862, M.A. 1914), is a 
Magistrate for Berkshire, and was a Member of the 
Council of the Governor of Madras 1893-8, and a 
Member of the London C.C. 1901-7.— The Abbey, 



BLISS, Baron Henry Edward Ernest Victor, 
of Quarry Court, Buckinghamshire. 
Eldest sou of Baron Henry de Barreto, J.P. and D.L., 
of Brandon Park, Suffolk, who assumed the surname 
of de Barreto in lieu of de Bliss in 1869, and who d. 
1890, by Katharine Eliza, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Robert Baker ; h. 1869 ; m. 1891 Ethel, eldest 
dau. of Arthur Wolton, Esq. Baron Bliss, who was 
educated at Cheltenham Coll., and assumed the sur- 
name of Bliss in lieu of de Barreto 1919, is a J.P. for 
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Suflfolk, and was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1898. 
— Quarry Court, Marlow, Buckinghamshire; Villa 
Fellers La Marsa, Tunis, N. Africa ; Isthmian Club, vr. ; 
Hurlincfham Club, s.w. ; if. Albert Yacht Club, Soiethsca. 

BLISSET, of Letton Court. See Dew. 

BLOCK, Sir Adam Samuel James, K.C.M.G.— 
Cr. 1907. 

Eldest son of Adam Henry George Block, Esq., Indian 
Civil Service, who d. 1857, by Slaria Ann Elizabeth, 
dau. of the late James George Davey, Esq., M.D., of 
North woods, Gloucestershire ; b. 1856 ; m. 1882 Louisa 
Constance, eldest dau. of the late Robert Cumber- 
batch, Esq., H.M.'s Consul at Smyrna. Sir Adam 
Block, who was educated at Clifton Coll., and entered 
the Levant Consular Service 1877, was Viee-Consul at 
Beyrout 1882-5; Interpreter at the British Embassy, 
Constantinople, 1885-94, First Dragoman and Oriental 
Secretary 1894-1903, and Secretary of Legation there 
1903, and is President of the British Chamber of Com- 
merce, Turkey and the Balkan States, and of the Im- 
perial Ottoman Co. of the Docks and Arsenal, a Director 
of the Constantinople Quays Co., appointed by the Bank 
of England, and Eepresentative of the British and 
Dutch Bondholders on the Council of the Ottoman 
Public Debt, of which he was alternative President 
1903-14 ; during the suspension of the above appoint- 
ments owing to the War, he is Controller of the Finance 
Section of the Ministry of Blockade ; has the Grand 
Cordon of the Order of the Osmanieh in brilliants. 
— St. James's Club. w. ; 17, Moorgate Street, e.c. 

BLOFELD, John Calthorpe, Esq., of Hovetou 
House, Norfolk. 
Only son of Thomas Calthorpe Blofeld, Esq., J.P., 
Barrister-at-Law, Chancellor of the Diocese of Norwich, 
and formerly Recorder of Ipswich, of Hoveton House, 
who d. 1908, by Fanny Elizabeth, who d. 1910, 4th dau. 
of the late Rev. John Anthony Partridge, Rector of 
Baconsthorpe, Norfolk ; b. 1875; m. 1902 Isabel Clare, 
dau. of Thomas Henry Burroughes, Esq., of Ketton Cot- 
tage, Rutland, and has, with other issue, a son, * Thomas 
Robert Calthorpe, b. 1903. Mr. Blofeld, who was edu- 
cated at Eton, is a Magistrate for Norfolk. — Hoveton 
House, Norwich; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.; Norfolk 
County Club, Norwich. 

BLOIS, Sir Halph Baeeett Macnaghten, Bart., 
of Cock-field, Suffolk.— Cr. 1686. 
Eldest son of Sir John Ralph Blois, 8th Bart., by 
Eliza Ellen, youngest dau. of the late Capt. Alfred 
Chapman; b. 1866; «. 1888; m. 1898 Winifred Grace 
Hegan, younger dau. of the late Col. Edmund Hegan- 
Kennard, of Great Tangley Manor, Surrey. Sir Ralph 
Blois, who was educated at Wellington Coll., is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk (High Sheriff 1905), and a 
Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Lieut. Scots Guards. — 
Cockfield Hall, Yoxford ; Guards' aub, s.w. 
Heir, his son Gervase Ealpb Etimund, b. 1901. 

BLOME FIELD, Sir Thomas Wilmot Pere- 

GEiNE, Bart., C.B.— Cr. 1807. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Sir Thomas Eardley Wilmot 

Blomefield, 3rd Bart., of Holgate Lodge, Yorkshire, I 

by his 1st wife Georgina Louisa, who d. 1852, dau. of i 

the late Gen. Sir Peregrine Maitland; b. 1848; s.\ 

1878; m. 1874 Lilias, dau. of the late Major the 

Hon. Charles Napier. Sir Thomas Blomefield, who 

•was educated at Repton, was an Assistant Secretary 

in the Board of Trade 1901-8.— T';^;^ Windmill House,] 

Lichfield. j 

Heir, his grandson Thomas Edward Peregrine, only son of 

Uomm. Thomas Charles Alfred Blomefleld, R,N., who rf. (of 

wounds received inaction) 1915, by Margaret Josephine, 

eldest dau. of Edward Palmer Landou, Esq. ; b. 1907. 

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BLOMFIELD, Sir Richard Massie, K.C.M.G. 
— Cr. 1904. 
Fourth son of the Rev. George Becher Blomfield, ol 
MoUington Hall, Cheshire, who d. 1885, by Frances 
I Maria, who(i. 1837, dau. of the late Rev. Richard Massie, 
' of Coddington, Cheshire; b. 1835; m. 1877 Rosamund 
Selina, 2nd dau. of the late Right Rev. Charles Graves, 
; D.D., Lord Bishop of Limerick. Sir Richard Blomfield, 
[ who was educated at Stevenage, Hertfordshire, is a 
Rear-Adm. ret. R.N. ; was Deputy Controller-Gen. of 
Ports and Lighthouses, Egypt, and Controller of Alex- 
andria Port 1888-1900, Controller-Gen. of the Egyptian 
Ports and Lighthouses 1901-5, and Director-Gen. 
1 905-8 ; has the Orders of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class, and 
the Medjidie, 1st Class. — United Service Club, s.w.; 
Navi/ Club, Portsmouth; 35, Holland Park Avenue, w. 



BLOMFIELD, Sara Louisa, Lady. 

Elder dau. of tlie late Matthew J. Ryan, Esq.; 
m. 1887 as his 2nd wife Sir Arthur William Blom- 
field, A.R.A., F.S.A., an Architect ; a Knight of the 
Order of the Dannebrog (Denmark), andan Hon. Member 
of the R. Academy of Arts of Copenhagen, who was 
cr. Knt. 1889 and d. 1899.~Springfield, Broadway, 
Worcestershire. 



BLOMFIELD, Sir Reginald Theodore, Knt., 
R.Ac, F.S.A.— Cr. 1919. 
Third son of the Rev. George John Blomfield, M.A., 
Rector of Addington, Kent, who d. 1900, by Isabella, 
who d. 1877, 2nd dau. of the late Right Rev. Charles 
James Blomfield, formerly Bishop of London ; b. 1856 ; 
?«. 1886 Ann Frances Mary, eldest dau. of the late 
Henry Burra, Esq., J.P., of Springfield, Sussex. Sir 
Reginald Blomfield, who was educated at Haileybury 
and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (Scholar 1875, First in 
"Greats" 1879, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883, Hon. Fellow 
1906), and elected A.R.A. 1905 and R.Ac. 1914, was 
President of the R. Institute of British Architects 
1912-14, and is Officier de I'lnstruetion publique and 
Author of " The Formal Garden in England," "His- 
tory of Renaissance .Architecture in England," &c. — 
Point Hill, Rye, Sussex ; Athenaum Club, s.w. ; Savile 
Club, w. ; 51, BVognal, Hampstead, n.w. ; 1, New 
Court, Temple, e.c. 

BLOOD, Gen. Sir Bindon, G.C.B.— Cr. K.C.B. 
1896, G.C.B. 1909. 

Eldest son of William Bindon Blood, Esq., of Cranagher, 
CO. Clare, who d. 1894, by his 1st wife Margaret, dau. 
of the late Robert Stewart, Esq.; b. 1842; m. 1883 
Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of the late Sir Auckland 
Colvin, K.C.S.I., K.C.M.G., C.I.E., and has a dau., 
Charlotte Carissima; m. 1910 Major (Acting Lieut.- 
Col.) Richard Hugh Royds Brocklebank, D.S.O., 9th 
Lancers. Sir Bindon Blood is a Gen. ret.. Col. Com- 
mandant R.E., and Hon. Col. 1st King George's Own 
Sappers and Miners, Indian Army, and commanded the 
Northern Command in India 1901-6. — Marlborough, 
and Ranelagh Clubs, s.w. ; Naval and Military Club, w. ; 
Morland, Putney Common, s.w. 

BLOOD, Charles Fitzgerald, Esq., of Bally- 
kilty, CO. Clare. 
Elder son of John Blood, Esq., of Ballykilty, who d. 
1912, by his 1st wife Jane, who d. 1902, dau. of the 
late Thomas Studdert, Esq., of Bally hannon, eo. Clare ; 
b. 1879; 7n. 1914 Gladys, elder dau. of Sir James 
Thomas Woodhouse, and has a son, *Bindon Fitzgerald, 
4. 1915. Mr. Blood was on the roll for High Sheriff 
of CO. Clare for W\l.— Ballykilty, Quin, co. Clare; 
Clare County Cli(,b,Ennis. 



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BLOOMFIELD, Godfrey Herbert, 
New Park, co. Watei-ford. 
Younger and only surviving son of Fitz-iVIaurice 
CtusUivus Bloomfield, Esq., J.P., of New Park, who d. 
1894, by Henrietta Sophia, who d. 1906, dan. of the 
late John Commerell, Esq., of Stroud Park, Sussex; 
*. I860; 711. 1896 Emmeline .Louisa, 3rd dau. of Sir 
John Arnott, 1st Bart., and has, with another son and 
2 daus., * Fitz-Maurice John Commerell, h. 1897. 
Mr. Bloomfield, who was formerly Capt. 7th Butt. 
Rifle Brigade, is a Magistrate for co. Waterford 
(High Shtriffof CO. Kilkenny 1917).— New Pari, IVatei'- 
furd ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; KHdare Street Club, Dublin ; 
li. St. George Yacht Club, Kingstown. 

BLOOMFIELD, of Ciamaltha. See Kingscote. 

BLOSSE. See Lynch-Blosse. 

BLOUNT, Sir Walter Astox, Bart., of 
Sodington, Worcestershire. — Cr. 1642. 

Elder son of Sir Walter de Sodington Blount, 9th 
Bart., by Elizabeth Anne Mould, dau. of James 
Ziicharies Williams, Esq., of Cader Idris; h. 1876; 
.s. 191.5; is temp. Capt. R. Fusiliers; late Acting 
Lieut.-Col. Comm. 11th (Semce) Batt. E. W. Surrey 
Kegt. ; previously temp. Capt. 26th (Service) Batt 
R. Fusiliers. 

Heir Pre!., his brotlier Eihrard Robert, temp. Lieut. R.A.F. 



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BLOUNT, Edward Aston Charles Marie, 
Esq., of Imberhorne, Sussex. 
Only son of Henry Edmund Blount, Esq., a Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honour and a D.L. for Sussex, who 
d. 1911, by Marguerite Marie Hyaeinthe, who d. 1898, 
dau. of the Ute Charles Paul Marie Moreau, Baron de 
la Rochette, of La Roehette, Seine et Majne, France ; 
b. 1874 ; s. his grandfather Sir Edward Charles Blountj 
K.C.B., 1905 ; ?«. 1897 Marianne Ghislanie Claire 
Maret, dau. of the late Napoleon, Due de Bassano, and 
has 2 daus. Jlr. Blount is a Magistrate for Sussex, and 
was formerly an Hon. .\ttache at the British Lega- ; 
tion, Brussels. — Iinberliorne, East Grinsiead, Sussex ■ I 
White's, Marlborough, and Boodles Clubs, s.w. ' I 

BLOUNT, Miss DARELL-, formerly of Cale- ! 
hill, Kent. 

Ethel Margaret Mary, only child of John DaroU- 
Blount, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Mapledurhara, 
Oxfordshire, who d. 1908, by Henrietta, who d. 1912, 
only child of the late Edward Henry Darell, Esq., 
eldest son of the late Edward Darell, Esq., of Calehill. 
— .57, Catherine Street, Bttckingham Gate, s.w, 

BLOUNT, of Mapledurham, Oxford.shire. See 
Hiddell-Blount. 



Blundell-Hollinshead-Blundell, who was educated at 
Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, and was formerly Lieut 
Grenadier Guards, is Lieut. Reserve of OflScers and 
Patron of 1 living; wasa Staff Capt., with the temi, 
rank of Capt., 1917-18 and D.A.Q.M.G. London Dist 
with the temp, rank of Major, Wli-IQ. —Hal sail 
House, near Ormskirk, Lancashire ; Guards' Club, s.w. 

BLUNDELL, Capt. Francis Nicholas, of 
Crosby Hall, Lancashire. 
Only son of Francis Nicholas Blundell, Esq. (2nd son 
of tlie late Col. Nicholas Blundell, J.P. and D.L., of 
Crosby Hall), who d. 1884, by Mary Elizabeth, 2nd 
dau. of the late Michael James Sweetman, Esq., of 
Lamberton Park, Queen's Co. ; /). 1880 ; s. his lincle 
William Joseph Blundell, Esq., 1909; ?«. 1918 
Theresa A'ictoria, younger dau. of the late Wilfrid 
Philip Ward, Esq., of Northwood Park, Isle of Wight. 
Capt. Blundell, who was educated at the Oratory 
School, Edgbaston, and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1904), is a Chamberlain of the Sword and Cloak to 
Pope Benedict X7. (previously to Pope Pius X.), a 
Magistrate for Lancashire, Capt. Lancashire Hussars 
Yeo., and Lord of the Manors of Great Crosby, Little 
Crosby.andjointlyof Ditton.— Ci-o%.Ha//,«ear Liver- 
pool; Arthurs, and Wellington Clubs, s.w. 

BLUNDELL, of Ince Blundell, Lancashire. 

See Weld-Blundell. 

BLUNDEN, Sir William, Bart., of Castle Bluu- 
den, CO. Kilkenny. — Cr. 1766. 
Eldest son of Sir John Blunden, 3rd Bart., by Elizabeth, 
who d. 1900, 3rd dau. of the late John Knox, Esq.; b. 
1840 ; s. 1890 ; m. 1879 Florence Caroline, dau. of Henry 
Shuttleworth, Esq., of Taranaki, New Zealand. Sir 
William Blunden. who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. 1862, M.B. 1876, L.R.C.S.L 1876, 
L.M.K.Q.C.P.1. 1877), was High Sheriff of co. Kilkenny 
1904.— Cas«f Blunden, Kilketmj/. 

Heir, his son John. h. 1880 ; m. 1918 PhjUis Dorothy, .Ian. of 
Philip Crarapton OreagLe. Esq., formerly a Kesident 
Magistrate, of Eaton Brae, Shaukill, co. Dublin, aud li.as a 



BLUNT, Sir John Harvey, Bart.— Cr. 1720. 

Fifth and only surviving son of William Blunt, Esq., 
Bengal C.S., who d. 1859, by Eliza, dau. of the late 
Gen. Goddard Richards ; b. 1839; «. his brother, .Sir 
William, 7th Bart., 1902 ; m. 1870 Susan, who d. 1917, 
dau. of Philip Hoad, Esq. Sir John Blunt was formerly 
Capt. R. Dublin Fusiliers, and 4th Batt. Loyal N. 
Lancashire Regt., and previously ser\'ed in the R. Welsh 
Fusiliers. — The Priori/, Lamberhurst , Kent. 

Heir, his son John Harvey, late Oapt. Natal Border Police : 

formerly Lieut. 17th Batt. Imp. Teo. in S. Africa ; h. 1872 ; 

m. 1906 Maud Julia, eldest dau. of Sir David Lionel Gold- 

smid-Stern-Salomous. 2nd Bart., and has, with other issue, 

a son, =1 John Lionel Reginald, *. 1908. 

BLUNT, Fanny Janet, Lady. 

Dau. of the late Donald Sandison, Esq., formerly 
H.M.'s Consul at Brussa; m. 1858 Sir John Elijah 
Blunt, C.B., an Officer of the Order of the Redeemer 
of Greece, who was Consul-Gen. for Salonica 1879-99, 
and at Boston 1899-1902, who had the Order of the 
Medjidie, 5th, Class, and who was cr. Knt. 1902 and 
d. 1916.— Floriaiia, Malta. 



BLUNT, Charles David McKinnon, Esq., 
I of Adderbnry Manor, Oxfordshire. 

Younger son of Major-Gen. Charles Harris Blunt, 
C.B., of Adderbury Manor, who d. 1900, by Mary 
Augusta, who d. 1892, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. 
James Tod ; b. 1865. Mr. Charles Blunt, who is joint 
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owner, with his sister Janet Heatly, of Adderbury j 
Manor, and was educated at Wellington Coll., was 
formerly Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers and is Lieut, and ! 
Hon. Capt. Territorial Force Eeserve, late Lieut, and 
temp. Capt. 4th Batt. (previously Capt. 1st Vol. Batt.) 
Seaforth Highlanders. — Adderbury Manor, Banbury, \ 
Oxfordshire ; Junior Naval and Military Cliih, w. ! 

BLUNT, WiLFEiD ScAWEN, Esq., of Crabbet 
Park, Sussex. 
Only surviving son of Francis Scawen Blunt, Esq., of 
Crabbet Park, who d. 18i2, by Mary, who d. 1855, 
dau. of the late Rev. John Flutter Chandler, of Witley, | 
Surrey ; b. 1840; s. his brother Francis Scawen Blunt, 
Esq., late Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps, 1872 ; m. 1869 [ 
Anne Isabella Noel, 1.5th Baroness Wentworth, who d. 
1917, only dau. of William, 1st Earl of Lovelace, and has 
surviving issue *Judith Anne Dorothea, 16th Baroness 
Wentworth {whom sec), m. 1899 the Hon. Neville 
Stephen Bxdwer-Lytton, a Magistrate for Sussex and 
temp. Major Gen. List, previously 11th (Service') Batt. 
R. Sussex Regt., and has, with 2 dans., a son, *Noel 
Anthony Scawen, b. 1900. Mr. Blunt was formerly 
in the Diplomatic Service. — Residence: Kewbuildings 
Place, Soxdhwater, Sussex. 

BLUNT. See Wentworth, Baroness. 

BLUNT-MACKENZIE. See Cromartic. 

BLYTH, Lord (James Bltth).— Cr. 1907. 

Elder son of James Blyth, Esq., of Chelmsford, 
who d. 1852, by Caroline, who d. 1894, eldest dau. 
of the late Henry Gilbey, Esq., of Bishops Stort- 
ford ; b. 1841 ; m. 1865 Eliza, who d. 1894, younger 
dau. of the late William Mooney, Esq., of Clontarf, 
CO. Dublin. Lord Blyth, who is a distinguished Agri- 
culturist, and has received the Imperial Order of 
Leopold from the King of the Belgians, the Grand 
Cross of the Order of Merito Agricola of Portugal, 
and also the Imperial Order of the Medjidie, all for 
his services to Agriculture, is a Member of the Execu- 
tive of the British Empire League, of the National 
Association for Prevention of Consumption, and of 
the Council of the London Chamber of Commerce; 
a Vice-President of the R. Society of Arts ; a J.P. 
for Essex and for Hertfordshire, and a Director 
of W. & A. GiXhey. —Biythwood, Stansted, Essex; 
Atkenaum, and Devonshire Clubs, s.w. ; 33, Portland 
Place, -w. 



BLYTHSWOOD, Lord (Archibald Douglas 
Campbell, M.V.O.).— Cr. 1892. 

Eldest son of Major-Gen. Barrington Bulkliy Douglas 
(Campbell), 3rd Lord, K.C.B., C.V.O., by Mildred 
Catherine, who d. 1902, 2nd dau. of Sir Joseph Henry 
Hawley 3rd Bart. ; b. 1870 ; s. 1918 ; m. 1895 Evelyn 
(who s. her aunt Miss Emily Charlotte Talbot at Penrice 
Castle, Glamorganshire, 1918), 3rd dau. of the lato John 
Fletcher, E.sq., of Saltoun, Haddingtonshire, and has 
a dau., Olive Douglas. Lord Blythswood, who was 
educated at Eton and assumed the additional surname 
of Douglas on s. his father at Douglas Support 1916, 
and discontinued it on s. to the Barony, is a Magistrate 
for Haddingtonshire, a D.L. for Lanarkshire and for 
the CO. of the City of Glasgow, a Member of the R. Co. 
of Archers (King's Body Guard for ,'^cotland), a Cheva- 
lier of the Belgian Orders of the Crown and Leopold, 
and Major Reserve of Officers, Scots Guards; was 
Brig.ade Major Brigade of Gu.ards 1916-19; late Capt. 
and Hon. Major 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers ; previously Lieut. Scots Guards. — Blythswood 



House, Renfrew : 'Carlton, Guards', and Arthur's Clubs, 
s.-w. ; New Club, Edinburgh; 55, Montagu Sqtiare, w. 
Heir Pres., liis brother Barrington Sholto Douglas Campbell- 
Douglas, o( Douglas Support, Lanarkshire, who aBsumol 
the additional surname of Douglas 1918 ; educated at Eton ; 
6. 1877. 



BLYTHSWOOD, Augusta Clementina, Lady. 
Second dau. of Robert John, 2nd Lord Carrington, who 
d. 1868, by his 2nd wife the Hon. Charlotte Augusta 
Annabella, who d. 1879, youngest dau. of Peter Robert, 
21st Lord Willoughby de Eresby, and sister and co- 
heiress of Alberic, 22nd Lord; m. 1864 Archibald 
Campbell (Campbell), Ist Lord Elythswnod, who d.s.p. 
1908.— Dunalley Lodge, Shep])erton-on- Thames ; 11, 
Hobart Place, s.-w. 

BOATES, of Rose Hill, Denbigbsbire. See 

Kenyan. 

BODDINGTON, Henry, Esq., of Pownall Hall, 
Chesbire. 

Eldest surviving son of Henry Boddington, Esq., of 
The Cove, Silverdale, Carnforth, who d. 1886, by his 
1st wife Martha, who d. 1871, dau. of the late William 
Slater, Esq., of Salford; b. 1849 ; m. 1878 Emily, eldest 
dau. of David Butterworth, Esq., of Eceles, Lancashire, 
and has, with other issue, a son, *Henry, late Lieut. 
Unattached List, Territorial Force ; previously Lieut. 
6th Batt. Manchester Regt. ; elected A.E.I.B.A. 1909 ; 
educated at Hertford Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1904, M.A. 
1907) ; *. 1881. Mr. Boddington is a J.P. for, .and was 
for 11 years a Member of the City Council of, Man- 
chester, and for 8 years a Director of the Manchester 
Ship Canal Co. — Pownall Hall. Wilmslow. 

BODEN, Mrs., of The Friary, Derbyshire. 

Mary Shuttleworth, 3rd dau. of Edward Anthony 
Holden, Esq., of Aston Hall, Derbyshire, who d. \8Ti, 
by Susan Drummond, who d. 1882, only dau. of the 
late George Moore, Esq.. of Appleby Hall, Leicester- 
shire ; m. 1866 Henry Boden, Esq., of The Friary, a 
J.P. and D.L. for Derbyshire, and formerly Lieut. 
Derbyshire Yeo. Cav., who d. 1908, leaving, with other 
issue, a son, * Henry Walter Degge Shuttleworth, a 
Magistrate for Somerset; late Lieut. W. Somerset 
Yeo. Cav.; educated at Eton; b. 1867; m. 1893 
Madge Helen, younger dau. of the late James Blyth, 
Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, * Anthony 
Peter, M.C.» Capt. Reserve of (Officers ; late Lieut, and 
Acting Major 12th Lancers; educated at Eton and at 
the B. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1893.— T/^e Friary, 
Derby. 

BODEN, of Pastitres, Derbyshire. See Power. 

BODINGTON, Lady. 

Eliza, 3rd dau. of Sir John Barran, 1st Bart., M.P., who 
d. 1906, by his 1st wife Ann, who d. 1874, dau. of the 
late M. Hirst, Esq., of Leeds; m. 1907 Sir Nathan 
Bodington, Litt.D., LL.D., a J.P. for the W. Riding of 
Yorkshire and Hon. Fellow of Lincoln Coll., Oxford, 
who was Principal of, and Professor of Greek at, York- 
shire Coll., Leeds, 1882-1904, and Vice-Chancellor of 
Victoria Univ. 1896-1900, and of Leeds Univ. 1904-11, 
and who was cr. Knt. 1908 and d. 1911.— 81, Onslow 
Square, s.w. 

BODKIN, Sir Archibald Henry, Knt.— Cr. 
1917. 

Fifth son of AVilliam Peter Bodkin, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of West Hill Place, Highgate, who d. 1900, bv 
Elisabeth, who rf. 1901, dau. of the late William 
Clowser, Esq., of Hampstead ; b. 1862; m. 1891 



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Maud Beatrice, 3rd dau, of tlic latp Rev. Robert 
Wheler Bush, M.A., Rector of St. Alphage, London 
Wall. Sir Arcbibald Bodkin, who was educated at 
Cholmeley School. Highgate, called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1885, and elected a Bencher 1915, was 
Junior Counsel to the Treasury at the Central 
Criminal Court 1892-1908, and has been Recorder of 
Dover since 1901 and Senior Counsel to the Treasury 
at the Central Criminal Court since 1908. — Garriek 
dub, w.c. ; Albemfirle C/nb, w. ; 98, Fellows Road, 
S. Hampstead, n.w. ; 5, Paper Buildings, Temple, B.C. 

+ BODKIN, Miss, of Annagh, co. Galway. 

Catherine, youngest dau. of John Dominick Bodkin, 
Esq., of Bengarra, co. Galway, who d. 1872, by Eliza- 
beth, who d. 1863, dau. of the late Daniel Moore 
Killikelly, Esq. Miss Bodkin *. her brother Martin 
Bodkin, Esq., J.P., \^(i^.— Annagh, Ballyglunin, co. 
Galwai/ ; Richmond Park, Monkstown. co. Dnhlin. 

BODTCHAN - SPARROW, Major Henry 
Glendwe, of Gwyndii, co. Anglesey. 
Eldest surviving son of .lohn Bodychan Bodychan- 
Sparrow, Esq., of Gwyndii, who d. 1889, by Zaidee, 
who d. 1888, dau. of Henry Martin Blake, Esq.; b. 
1851 ; m. 1892 Julia Dorothea, eldest dau. of Major 
Percy Owen, of Bellambi, N.S.W. Major Bodychan- 
Sparrow was formerly on the Staff of the N.S.W. Mil. 
Forces. 

BOBHM BOTBLER, Sir Edgab Collins, 
Bart., F.R.G.S.— Or. 1889. 
Only eon of Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm, 1st Bart., R.A., 
Sculptor-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria, by Frances 
Louisa, who d. 1890, only dau. of the late Alfred 
Boteler, Esq., of West Derby ; b. 1870; s. 1800. Sir 
Edgar Boehm Boteler, who was educated at Eton, and 
assumed the additional surname of Boteler by deed 
poll 1918, was formerly Lieut. 5th Brigade, Welsh Div., 
Vi.G.K.— Wellington, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; 
79, Cornwall Gardens, S. Kensington, s.w. 

BOEVEY. See Crawleg-Rocvey. 

BOGEE, Alnod John, Esq., of Wolsdon, 
Cornwall. 
Only son ot Hext Boger, Esq. (youngest son of the 
late Deeble Boger, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Wolsdon), 
of Inceworth, Plymouth, who d. 1883, by Blanche 
Luz, youngest dau. of the late Gen. Anthony Bacon, ( 
K.T.S. ; *. 1871 ; s. his uncle Walter Deeble Boger, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1909; m. 2ndly 1911 Verctia 
(^'onstance Wyndham, only dau. of the late William 
James Watlham, Esq., of Clifton, Bristol, and has 
3 daus. Mr. Boger, who ^ras educated at Win- 
chester and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1894"). 
.and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1897, 
is a Magistrate for Cornwall and temp. Lievit. R. Naval 
Vol. Reserve. — Wolsdon, Antony. Torpoint R.S.O., 
Cornwall. 

BOGGIS-ROLFE, Edward Francis, Esq., of 
The Grange, Wormingford, Essex. 
Eldest son of Francis Douglass Boggis-Rolfe, Esq., of 
The Grange, Wormingford, a Barrister-at-Law. and a 
J.P. for Essex, who d. 1895, by Charlotte Harriot, 
eldest dau. of Major William Gabbett Beare, of Kings- 
gate, Kent; b. 1873. Educated at Westminster; is 
one of H.M.'s Inspectors of Factories. 

of' 



! of Sir George Nugent, 2nd Bart., and of the Hon. 
I Maria Charlotte, who d. 1883, 2nd dau. and heiress of 
the 1st Lord Colborne (ciV.) ; ?;. 1865 ;«. 1900. Edu- 
cated at Worcester Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1889, MA 
I 1 892) ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk, a D.L. for 
I Norwich, and Patron of 1 liYing.—Ketteringham Park, 
Wymondham, Norfolk; Tacolnestone Hall, and Hethel 
Hall, Norwich,. 

Heir Pres., bis brother Raymond Frederic, a Magistrate for 
Norfolk ; Major Reserve of OlBoers, late Capt. and Hon. 
Major P. of Wales's Norfolk R.F.A.. Special Resei-ve. and 
temp. Major Labour Corps, late R.ij.i.. previouslv 10th 
(Service) Batt. R. Fusiliers ; formerly Lieut. Nortliamp- 
tonshire Regt. ; educated at Eton ; d>. 1868 ; m. 190.5 Ethel 
JIary, only child of the late Rev. James Foster Young. 

BOIS, Sir Stai>jley, Knt.— Cr. 1905. 

Youngest son of Henry Bois, Esq., of Upper Nor- 
wood, who d. 1885, by Frances Elizabeth, who d. 1898, 
eldest dau. of the late Henry Whiffin, Esq., of Croydon ; 
b. 1864; m. 1st 1895 Isa Gordon, who d. 1910, eldest 
dau. of the late Gabriel Koss, Esq., of Gordon Bush, co. 
Sutherland; 2ndly 1913 Brenda, dau. of the late 
Gabriel Ross, Esq. (ante). Sir Stanley Bois, who was 
educated at South Penge Park CoU., is a Merchant of 
Colombo, was an Unofficial M.L.C. of Ceylon 1910-11, 
since when he has been Chairman of the Ceylon-Chamber 
of Commerce. — Hunupitiya Cottage, Colombo, Ceylon ; 
Whyte Croft, Farnham ; Oriental Club, w. ; Colombo 
Club, Colomlm; Hill Club, Nuwara Eliya, Ceylon. 

BOLAM, Mrs., of Holbrook Grange, Warwick- 
shire. 

Merriel, 4th dau. of Charles Marriott Caldecott, Esq., 
of Holbrook Grange, who d. 1883, by Margaret, who d. 
1902, only dau. of the late Thomas Smith, Esq., 
Physician-Gen. in Bengal; m. 1917 Charles Godfrev 
Bolam, E.sq., of Dunchurch, Warwickshire. Mrs. 
Bolam s. (jointly with her youngest sister Eleanor, 
who has since sold her interest in the estate) her 
brother Col. Charles Thomas Caldecott, J.P. and 
D.L., late 76th Regt., 1911.— flfeWroo;^ Grange, near 
Rugby. 

BOLCKOW, Henry William Ferdinand, Esq., 
of Marton Hall, Yorkshire. 
Elder son of Carl Ferdinand Henry Bolckow, Esq , 
J.P. and D.L., of Marton Hall, who d. 1915, by 
Margaret, who d. 1908, dau. of the late William 
Chambers, Esq., of Doncaster, Yorkshire; 4.1865; 
in. 1890 Bessie May, 3rd dau. of the late Sir Ralyton 
Dixon, J.P. and D L., of Gunnergate Hall, Yorkshire, 
and has with a dau., a son, *Henry Cuthbert Raylton, 
Lieut. 7th Dragoon Guards ; educated at Eton and at 
the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1897. Mr. Bolckow, 
who was educated at Rugby and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1887), and was formerlv Lieut. North- 
umberland Yeo. Cav., is a J.P. for the N. Riding of 
Yorkshire, and Patron of 1 living. — Residences: 
Brackenhoe, Marton, Yorkshire; Hambleton, Thirsk, 
Yorhshire. 

BOLDEN, John Leonard, Esq., C.V.O., of 
Hyning, Lancashire. 

Eldest surviving son of AVilliam Bolden Bolden, Esq.. 
of Hyning, J.P. and D.L., who d. 1895, by Mary Anne,' 
who"(i. 1898, dau. of the late George Andrew, Esq.] 
of Compstall, Cheshire; b. 1841; m. 1874 Caroline 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Patrick George 
M-Douall, Rector of Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, and 
has, with other issue, * Arthur, educated at Marl- 
borough and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B..i. 1902) ■ 
b. 1881 ; m. 1909 Ada, eldest dau. of John Baxter 
Macdonald, Esq., of Morar, Forfarshire, and has 2 
daus. Mr. Bolden, who was educated at Trinity Coll 
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Cambridge (B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867), and called to the 
Bar at the Inner Temple 1867, was formerly Snrveyor- 
Gen. and Deputy Receiver-Gen. of the Duchy of Lan- 
caster, and is a Fello-w of the Surveyors' Institution, a 
Magistrate for Cornwall and for Lancashire, and Lord 
of the Manor of Warton with Lindeth ; appointed a 
Member of the Council of the Duchy of Lancaster 1912. 
— Hyniitg, Carnforth; 28, Lansdowne Eoad, -w. 

BOLINGBROKE AND ST. JOHN, Viscount 
(Vernon Henry St. John). — Cr. 1712 and 
1716. 
Only son of Henry, 5th Viscount Bolingbroke and 6th 
Viscount St. John, by Mary Emily Elizabeth, dau. of 
Robert Howard Esq.; b. 1896; s. 1899; is Patron 
of 1 living. — Lydiard Park, Swindon, Wilts. 

Heir Pres., his kinsman, Henry Percy (elder son o£ the Eev. 
Maurice William Ferdinand St. John, D.D., Canon of 
Gloucester, who d. 1914, by Charlotte Lucy Hamilton, 
who d. 1902, elder dau. ot the late Lieut.-Col. John 



Louisa, elder dau. of the late Hon. Pascoe Charles Glyn, 
and has, with 2 daus., a son, * Gec£Ei-ey Robert, M.O., Oapt. 
ret., late temp. Capt. B. FasiUers ; b. 1889 ; m. 1914 
Gwendolen Isabel, only child of Herbert George Parry 
Okeden, Esq. (see Okeden, of StuUon House, Suffolk), unA 
has a son,' Ealph GeoCfrey Julian, b. 1917. 

BOLITHO, Mrs., of Trewidden, Cornwall. 
Frances Jane, 3rd dau. of Edward Shippard Carus- 
Wilson, Esq., of Penmount, Cornwall, who d. 1908, 
by Ellen Anne, elder dau. of the late Humphry 
W'illyams, Esq., of Carnanton, Cornwall; m. 1893 
Thomas Bedford Bolitho, Esq., of Trewidden, a J.P. 
and D.L. for Cornwall (High Sheriff 1881) and a J.P. 
for Devonshire, who was M.P. for W. Cornwall 
1887-1900, and who d. 191.5, leaving a dan., *Mary 
Frances, )«. 1915 Charles Williams, Esq., M.P., temp. 
Lieut.-Comm. R. Naval Vol. Reserve (see Williams, of 
Cacrhays Castle, Bumcoose, and Werriugton Park, 
Cornwall.) — Trewidden, Pemance ; Greeiiway, Brixham. 

BOLITHO, Mrs. William, of Hannaford, 
Ashbnrton, Devonshire. 

Ethel Orace, 3rd dau. of Robert Bruce /Eneas Macleod, 
Esq., of Cadboll, co. Cromarty, who d. 1888, by Ellen 
x\ugasta, who J. 188-1, 3rd dau. of Sir John Pollard 
Willoughby, 4th Bart, (cr;!.); m. 1888 Lieut.-Col. 
WiUiara Edward Thomas Bolitho, D.S.O., Capt. and 
Brevet Lieut.-Col. (temp. Lieut.-Col.), previously 
Major, R. 1st Devon Yeo., formerly Major 7th Batt. 
Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, of Hannaford, a J.P. for 
Cornwall and a Director of Barclay's Bank, who d. 
1919, leaving a dau.,Brenda Grace. — Residence: York 
House, Pemance. 

BOLITHO, Capt. Thomas Gerald Glynn, 
M.C., D.F.C., of Keiiegie, Cornwall. 

Only son of Lieut.-Col. Otho Gi'ynn Bolitho, late 3rd 
Dragoon Guards, of Kenegie, who d. 1911, by his 2nd 
wife Mary Constance, 2nddau. of the late James Hope, 
Esq., of Belmont, Midlothian ; b. 1890. Capt. Bolitho, 
who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, is Capt. R.A.F., and a Civil Engineer. — 
Kenegie, Gidval, Penzance, Cornwall ; Bath Club, w. 

BOLITHO, Thomas Robins, Esq., of Treng- 
wainton, Cornwall. 
Eldest son of Thomas Simon Bolitho, Esq., J.P.and D.L., 
of Trengwainton, who d. 1887, by Elizabeth, dau. and 
co-heiress of the late Thomas Robins, Esq., of Liskeard ; 
b. 1840 ; m. 1870 Augusta Jane, 3rd dau. of the late 
Richard Bassett Wilson, Esq., of CUffe Hall, Yorkshire. 
Mr. Bolitho, who was educated at Harrow and at 
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C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1862), is J.P. and D.L. for 
Cornwall (High Sheriff 1890).~Trengwainton, Hca 
Moor S.O., Cornwall; Athenanm, and Nnw Uni- 
versity Clubs, s.w. 

BOLS, Major-Gen. Sir Louis Jean, K.C.B., 
K.C.M.G., D.S.O.— Cr. K.C.M.G., 1918, 
K.C.B. 1919. 

Son of the late L. G. M. Bols, Esq., formerly Consul- 
Gen, for Belgium ; b. 1867 ; m. 1897 Augusta Blanche, 
2nd dau. of the late Capt. Walter Cecil Strickland, 
J.P., of The Rise, Dawiish, Devonshire, Sir Louis 
Bols, who was educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand- 
hurst, is a Major-Gen. late Dorsetshire and Devonshire 
Regts. and a Comm. of the Legion of Honour ; has the 
Russian Order of St. Vladimir, 4th Class, -with Swonls ; 
was Brigade-Major 8th Brigade, S. Command, 1907-10 ; 
aD.A.A. and Q.M.G. at the Staff Coll. 1910-12; a 
Gen Staff Officer 1912-14, and temp. Major-Gen. on 
the Gen. Staff 1915-17 ; appointed Chief of the Gen. 
Staff \Sn.— United Service Club, s.-w. 

BOLTON, Lord (William Thomas Orde-Pow- 
LETT).— Cr. 1797. 
Eldest son of William Henry, 3rd Lord, by Letitia, 
■whod. 1882, youngest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Robert 
Crawfurd, of Newfield, Ayrshire; b. 1845 ; s. 1895 ; 
m. 1868 Lady Algitha Frederica Mary Lumley, who 
d. 1919, eldest dau. of Richard George, 9th Earl of 
Scarbrough. Lord Bolton, who was educated at Eton 
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. for Hamp- 
shire, a J.P., D.L, and C. Aid. for the N. Riding of 
Y'orkshire, a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem, Hon. Col., previously Lieut.-Col. 
and Hon. Col. Comm. Yorkshire Hussars (Alexandra, 
Princess of Wales's Own) Yeo., T.D., and Patron 
of 4 livings. — Bolton Hall, Leyburn, Yorkshire; Hack- 
wood Park, Basingstoke; Carlton, and Junior Carlluii 
Clubs, s.w. ; Yorkshire Club, York. 

Heir, his son William George Algar, a J.P. and D.L. 
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, and Lieut.-Col. T.F. 
Reserve (temp. Lieut.-Col. 24th Provisional Batt. 1915-16), 
late Comm. 5tt) Batt. (previously Major 4th Batt.) York, 
shire Eegt. ; formerly Lieut. Yorkshire Hussars Imp. Yeo., 
and Lieut. K.R. Rifle Corps ; sat as M.P. for the Rich- 
mond Div. of the N. Riding of Yorkshire Jan. 1910-1918 ; 
educated at Eton ; l>. 1869 ; m. 1893 the Hon. Elizabetli 
Mary tlibsou, eldest dau. of Edward, 1st Lord Ashbourne, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Nigel Amyas, Lieut. 
Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve ; b. 1900. 

BOLTON, JoLiA Maria, Lady. 

Second dau. of the late Richard Mathews, Esq., of 
Oatlands Park, Surrey ; m. 1st 1866 Col. Sir Francis 
John Bolton, C.E., who was cr. Knt. 1883, and 
d. 1887 ; 2udly 1890 William Augustus Rixon, Esq., 
of Turkdean Manor, Gloucestershire {whotn sec).— 
Turkdean Manor, Northleach, Gloucestershire. 

BOLTON, Sir Frederic, Knt.— Cr. 1908. 
Second son of AVilliam Treacher Bolton, Esq., of High- 
bury, who d. 1901, by Mary, who d. 1894, youngest 
dau. of the late John Jennings, Esq., of Islington ; h. 
1851 ; m. 1876 Ann Haycroft, who d. 1915, eldest dau. 
of the late William Pearse, Esq., of Plymouth. Sir 
Frederic Bolton is a Member of Lloyd's (Chairman 
1906), and has been a Member of the Committee 
of Lloyd's Register since \90i.—Eeform Club, s.w. ; 
City of London Club, e.c; Westridge, Prince Arthur 
Road, Hampstead, n.w. 

BOLTON, Charles Perceval, Esq., of Brook 

Lodge, and Mount Bolton, co. Waterford. 

Second son of Charles Newport Bolton, Esq., B.A., of 

Brook Lodge, co. Waterford, who d. 1884, by Anne, 

eldest dau. of the late Rev. Joshua Anderson, M.A.' 



Bol] 

Kector of Myshall, co. Carlow ; 
Queens University, Ireland ; : 
Waterford (High Sheriff ISOS; 
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. 1849. Educated al j 
a Magistrate for co. , 
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BOLTON, Edwin, Esq., M.B.E., of West 
Plean, Stii-lingsliire. 

Son of Joseph Cheney Bolton, Esq., of West Plean, and 
Carbrook, Stirlingshire, who d. 1901, bv Emma, who 
d. 1871, dau. of the late .Samuel Higginbotham, Esq. ; 
h. 18o8 ; m. 1888 Elinor Elizabeth, oldest dau. of Sir 
John Halt Noble Graham, 1st Bart., of Larbert House, 
and Househill, Stirlingshire, and has, with other issue, a | 
son, * Ian Frederick Chenej'. Capt. 3rd Bait. Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders ; h. 1889. Mr. Bolton, | 
wlio was educated at Clifton, is a J.P. and D.L. for j 
Stirlingshire, and temp. Lieut. -Col. and Co. Command. | 
ant Stirlingshire Vol.Regt. ; late Capt. 3rd Batt. Argyll ' 
and Sutherland Highlanders, formerly Major 4th Vol, | 
Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, previously 
Lieut. H. Scots Greys.— Hcsi Vlean, Bannockburn, 
Stirlingshire ; Western Club, Glasgou: 

B0LT0N,Pran'C1s Alfred, Esq., of Moor Court, 
Staffordshire. 
Second son of .ilfred Sohier Bolton, Esq.. J .P., ofMoor 
Court, who d. 1901, by Rebecca Dickenson, dau. of the i 
late Rice Harris, Esq., of Edgbaston; b. 1866; m. 1917 
Gladys Mary Butts, youngest dau. of the late Alfred 
Howell, Esq., of Sydenham Hill, Kent, and has a dau., 
Penelope Beatrice. Mr. Bolton, who was educated at , 
Univ. Coll., London, is a J.P. and C. Aid. for Stafford- | 
shire (High Sheriff 1919) and Lord of the Manor 
of Cheadle Grange.— 71/oor Court, Oakamoor, N. 
Stnffordshire ; Ardassie Loige, Brora, Sutherland ; R. 
Automobile Club, s.w. 

BOLTON, John Marshall, Esq., of Donagh- I 
moyne, co. Monaghan ; and of Castle B.iiig, . 



Ealing: m. 1881 Sui-geon-Gen. Sir Ger.dd Bomford, 
M.D., late Indian Medical Service, who was Principal 
of Calcutta Medical Coll. 1893-1904 ; Acting Inspector- 
Gen, of Civil Hospitals, Punjab, in 1903, and Director- 
Gen., Indian Medical Service, with the rank of Major- 
Gen., 1904-10, and who was cr. K.C.I. E. 1909 and 
d. 1915. — 13, Park Avenue, Dover, 

BOMFORD, Geokue Lyndon, Esq., of Oakley 
Park, CO. Meath. 
Eldest son of John Francis Bomford, Esq., J.P., of 
Oakley Park, who d. 1911, by Elinor Jane, dau. of the 
late Rev. Lyndon Henry Bolton, of Priorsland, co. 
Dublin; b. 1867; w. 1897 Helen Maude Mary, 3rd 
dau. of the Rev. John Warren Corbould-Warren, of 
Tacolneston Old Hall, Norfolk, and has, with other 
issue, a son, *George Warren, b. 1900. Mr. Bomford, 
who was educated at Denstone Coll., and was formerly 
an Assistant Land Commissioner in Ireland, is a J.P. 
for CO. Meath. — Oakley Park, Kclls, co. Mcath. 

BOMFORD, Capt. John George NORTH-, of 
Gallow, and Ferrans, co. Meath. 
Only child of John North-Boniford, Esq., J.P., formerly 
Capt. 29th Regt., of Gallow and Ferrans, who d. 190.5, 
by his 2nd wife Mary Wilhelmina Constance (who ]u. 
2ndly 1908Lieut.-Col.Phineas Barrett Villiers-Tuthill, 
late R. Army Medical Corps), elder dau. of the late 
Sir William Squire Barker Kaye, C.B., K.C., of Abbey 
House, CO. Armagh; b. 1883 ; m. 1909 Hilda Frances, 
youngest dau. of the late Rev. George Shaw Munn, 
Rector of Madresfield, Worcestershire, and has a 
son, * David John, b. 1913. Capt. North-Bomford, 
who was educated at Charterhouse, is Capt. 7th Batt. 
and Capt. ret., late R. Fusiliers, and temp. Major 
7th (Service) Batt. R. Dublin Fusiliers, and was temp. 
Major 9th (Service) jBatt. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers 
1914-16.— Ga//oK), and Ferrans, Kilcock, co. Meath; 
Kildarc Street Club, Dublin. 



, BONAR, of Easter Warriston. 



See Agn 



Louth. 

Eldest son of Richard Bolton, Esq., of Donaghmoyne, 

and Castle Ring, who tZ. 1872, by Mary Sophia Ward, I „_„_ ,, !,.,,„ o- r. i^ r. ^, ^< 

who d. 1906, youngest dau. of the late Rev. Cornelius ' BOND, the Right Hon. Sir ROBERT, K.C.M.G. 

Marshall, Rector of Faughart, 00. Louth ; b. 1868; m.\ — Cr. 1901. 

1895 Florinda Julia, eldest dau. of the late Rev. James I Son of the late John Bond, Esq., of Torquay ; b. 1857. 

Robert FfoUiott, Rector of Moira, co. Down. Mr. Educated at Queen's Coll., Taunton ; Hon. LL.D. 

Bolton, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin Edinburgh 1902 ; was Speaker of Newfoundland Houso 



(B.A. 1881), is a J.P. for cos. Louth and Monagh; 
(High Sheriff 1894). — Donaghmoyne, Carrickmacross, 
CO. Monaghan. 

BOLTON, Walter Henry, Esq., of Onlton 
Hall, Norfolk. 
Youngest son of John Stuart Bolton, Esq., of Oulton 
Hall, who d. 1889, by Emily, dau. of the late John 
Cook, Esq., Merchant, of London, and Marlow; b. 
1854. — Oulton Hall, near Aylsham. 

BOLTON, William, Esq., of The Island, co. 
Wexford. 
Eldest son of William Bolton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
The Island, who d. 1904, by Susan, whorf. 1886, dau. 
of the late Montiford Westropp, Esq., of Limerick ; 
b. 1849 ; m. 1872 Anne Douglas, dau. of the late John 
Rowe, Esq., of Bally-Cross, co. Wexford, and has, with 
2 daus., a son, * William, b. 1877.— The Island, Kil- 
imickridge, Gorey, co. Wexford. 



of Assembly 1884, M.E.U. and Colonial Secretary 1889- 
94, again Colonial Secretary 189.5-7, and Prime Minister 
and Colonial Secretary 1900-9. — St. John's, Neivfound- 
land. 

-fBOND, Sir Walter William Adrian 
MAC GEOUGH-, Knt., of Drumsill, and 
The Argory, co Armagh ; and of Derry- 
galley, co. Tyrone. — Cr. 1917. 
Eldest son of Joshua Walter MacGeough-Bond, Esq., 
M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Drumsill, who d. 1905, by Alber- 
tine Louise, who d. 1902, dau. of the late Frederick 
Shanahan, Esq., Barrister-at-Law ; b. 1857; s. his 
uncle Capt. Ralph MacGeough-Bond-Sheltou, J.P. and 
D.L., late 12th Lancers, at The Argory, and at Derry- 
galley, 1916; m. 1901 Ada Marion, youngest dau. of 
the late Charles Nichols, Esq., of Dunedin, New 
Zealand, and has a son, » Walter Albert Nevill, b. 1908. 
Sir Walter MacGeough-Bond, who was educated at Ch. 
Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1880, Licentiate in Law, Paris), 
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1884, was 
formerly Vice-President of the Egyptian Native Court 
of Appeal at Cairo, and has the Orders of the Medjidie, 
2nd Class, and the Osmanich, 2nd Class. — Tlie Argory, 
Moy, CO. Tyrone; Derrygalley, Moy, co. Tyrone- 
Travellers' Club, s.v.'. 

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BOND, Gerald Denis, Esq., of Holme Priory, 



Second sm-viviBg son of Nathaniel Bond, Esq., of 
Creech Grange, Dorsetshire, who d. 1910, ]^y Lady 
SelinaJane.whorf. 1891, 5th dau. of John, 2nd Earl ot 
Eldon ■ /- 1869. Mr. Bond, who was foi-merly Capt. 
l6t Vol. Batt. Dorsetshire Regt., is a Magistrate for 
Dorsetshire and Patron of 1 YiVmg.— Holme Priory, 
Wareham. 



at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (Classical Sch. 1912); 
6. 1894. Mr. Bond, who was educated at Harrow and 
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1888), is a J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Longford (High Sheriff l'i^a).-Farragh, 
Longford, co. Longford. 

BOND, of Castlecor. See Clerh; Mrs. 



Mrs 



if Cromer Hall, 



BOND-CABBELL, 

Norfolk. 
Beatrice Evelyn, youngest dau. of Michael P. Graze- 
brook, Esq., J.P., of Hagley House, Worcestershire, who 
d. 1890, by Mary, dau. of E. Hickman, Esq. ; m. 1883 
Benjamin Bond-Cabbell, Esq., of Cromer Hall, a J.P. 
and D.L. for Norfolk, and who d. 1892, lea\ ing 4 daus. 
—Cromer Halt, Norfolk. 



BOND, John Wentwoeth Garneys, Esq., of 
Creech Grange, Dorsetshire. 
Eldest son of Nathaniel Bond, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
of Creech Grange, who d. 1910, by Lady Selina Jane, 
who d. 1891, oth dau. of John, 2nd Earl of ElJon ; b. 
1865 • m. 1909 Helen Violet, youngest dau. of the late 
Frederic Fane, Esq. Mr. Bond, who was educated at -o . r 

EtonandatOrielColl, Oxford (B.A. 1887), and called I 30NHAM, Sir GeOEOE FkANCIS, Bart., of 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1893, is^a J.P. andD.L. | Knowle, Surrey.— Cr. 1852. 

for Dorsetshire, Lord of the Manor of Arnewood and j ^^^ ^^ gj^ g^-^^^^j ^^^^.g^ Bonham, 1st Bart. 

Patron of 1 living, and has been a Clerk in the House ; ' , Governor of Hong Kong, &c.), by Eller 

ofCommoussincel890.— Crecc*G™«(7t',«<;ar«'a«to«, I 1^ ... '. --- ,.,_.. n.,. u a 

Dorsetshire; Wellington, and Travellers' Clubs, 
2, Evelyn Gardens, s.w. 



BOND, RiCHAED Heney, Esq., of Fairy Hall, 
CO. Westmeath; and of Aughnacliffe, co. 
Longford. 

Second son of Richard Bond, Esq., J.P., of Fairy Hall, 
who d. 1891, by Ellen Maria, who d. 1884, 2nd dau. 
of the late "William Malcolm Maxtou, Esq., of Wood- 
lands and Mullingar, co. Westmeath ; b. 1860. Edu- 
cated at Trinity Coll., Dublin; is a J.P. for co. 
Westmeath.— i^«2Vi' Hall, Rathowcii, Edqcivorthstown. 



BOND, Walter Dacbbs Lewis, Esq., of 
Newtown Bond, co. Longford. 

Eldest surviving son of Capt. William Bond, late R. 
Longford Rifles, of Newtown Bond, who d. 1911, by 
Mary Letitia, who d. 1908, dau. of the late Capt. 
William Lewis, R.N. ; b. 1874; m. 1912 Katherine 
Lamb, who d. 1914, elder dau. of John Japp Cable, 
Esq., of Tudor House, Ross, Herefordshire, and has a 
dau.,' Katherine Rose Mary. Mr. Bond is temp. 
Capt. B,.k.^.C.— Newtown Bond, Longford. 

BOND, William Henry, E.sq., of Tyneham, 
Dorset. 

Elder son of the Rev. Hemy Bond, of South Petherton, 
Somerset, who d. 1876, by Editha Aimusta Mary, who 
d. 1899, only dau. of the late Hon. Henry Pomeroy ; 4 
1852; m. 1878 Mary Caroline, 2nd dau. of Sir Harry 
Stephen Meysey-Thompson, 1st Bart., and has, with 
other issue, a son, *William Ralph Garneys, is in the 
Sudan Civil Service ; educated at Eton and at New 
Coll., Oxford ; b. 1880. Mr. Bond, who was educated 
at Eton, and was formerly Lieut. IstR. Scots Regt., is 
Magistrate for Dorset and for U&^is.— Tyneham, 
Wareham ; Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

BOND, Willodghby James, Esq., of Parragh, 
CO. Longford. 
Elder son of James Willoughby Bond, Esq., J. P. and 
DL of Farragh, who d. 1918, by Emma Georgiana 
Charlotte, who <?. 1911, 2nd dau. of the late AVilliam 
Hunter Little, Ksq., of Llanvair Grange, Monmouth- 
shire • b. 1867 ; m. 1892 Mary Rosa Kerr, eldest dau. of 
the late Capt William Bond, of Newtown Bond, co. 
Longford, and has, with other issue, a son, »Brian 
Willoughby, M.C., temp. Capt. 5th (Service)^ Batt 
Connaught' Rangers 



educated at Malvern Coll. and 



^„^., of the Bombay C.S. ; b. 1847; .<=. 1863 ; m. 187 
Louisa, 3rd dau. of the Right Hon. Sir Andi'ew 
Buchanan, 1st Bart., G.C.B. Sir- George Bonham, who 
was educated at Eton and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 

1868, M.A. 1871), and entered the Diplomatic Service 

1869, was Secretary of Embassy 1893-1900, and Envoy 
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Belgrade 
1900-5, and at Berne 1905-9; is a J.P. for Surrey.-- 
Knowle Park, Cranleigh, Guildford; Travellers' Club, 
s.w. ; St. James's Club, w. 

Heir liis son Biic Henrv, M.V.O., Major Snd Dragoons (R. 
Scots Greys) and a C"heTaUer of the Legion of Honoui- ; 
was formerly an Hon. Attache in the Diplomatic Service, 
and an Extra EquenT to H.R.H. Prince Arthur Frederick 
Patrick Albert ot Connaught. K.G., K.T., G.O.M.G., 
G V O OB., P.O., 1909-13 ; appointed Comptroller and 
Eauerry to H.B.H. 1913 ; 6. 1875 ; m. 1910 Ethel, younger 
dau of tlie late Lieut.-Ool. Leopold Richard Seymour, 
Grenadier Guards, and has, with other issue, a son, 'Antony 
Lionel Thomas, b. 1916. 

BONHAM, Col. John, C.B., of BaUintaggart, 
CO. Kiidare. 

Second son of the Rev. John Bonham, J.P., of BaUin- 
taggart, who d. 1875, by Barbarina, who d. 1882, 3rd 
dau. of the late John Norris, Esq., of Hughenden House, 
Bucks ; b. 1834 ; s. his brother Major Francis Bonham 
1892 ; m. 1870 Mary Anne, who £?. 1891, 2nd dau. of the 
late Philip Wroughton, Esq., of WooUey Park, Berks. 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Francis Warren, I 
1871. Col. Bonham, who was educatedat Addiscombe, i 
a Magistrate for cos. Kiidare and Wicklow, and an Hon. 
Col. ret. R. (late Bengal) A. ; was High Sheriff of co. 
Carlow 1900.— Ballint(fggart,C'olbinstoivn, co. Kiidare; 
United Service Club, s.w. ; Kiidare Street Club, Dublin. 

BONHAM-CAE.TER, Sir Maurice, K.C.B., 
K.G.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B. 1917, K.C.V.O. 
1917. 

Youngest son of Henry Bonham-Carter, Esq., of Hyde 
Park Square, W., by Sibella Charlotte, elder dau., of 
the late George Warde Norman, Esq., of Bromley 
Common, Kent ; b. 1880 ; m. 1915 Violet, elder dau. oi 
the Right Hon. Herbert Henry Asquith, K.C., M.P. 
Sir Maurice Bonham-Carter, who was educated at 
Winchester and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, and called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1909, w^as formerly in 
business in Elliot's Metal Co. Ltd., Selly Oak, 
Birmingham, and Private Secretary to the Right Hon. 
H. H. Asquith, Prime Minister and First Lord of the 
Treasury, 1912-16 ; appointed Assistant Secretary 
Ministry of Reconstruction 1917. — Brooks's Club, 
s.w. ; 1, Dorset Street, Portman Square, w. 



Bon] 



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[Bon 



BONN, Leo, Esq., of Newbold Revel, Warwick- 
shire. 
youngest son of B. Bonn, Esq., who d. 1878, by Bettv, 
who d. 1877, dau. of the late L. B. Schuster, Esq. ; ~h. 
1850 ; m. 1880 Ida Amalia, dau. of the late Louis 
EltzbaehtT, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, 
•Walter Basil Louis, D.S.O., M.C., Major Leicestershire ' 
Yeo. ; late temp. Lieut, and Acting Capt. Welsh ' BONSOR, Henet CoSMO Okmk, Esq., formerW 



was Attorney-Gen. of the Straits Settlements 1883, 
Legal Adviser to the British Legation in Siam 1883-9,' 
Admiralty Advocate for the Straits Settlements 
1889-93, Chief Justice thereof 1893, and of Ceylon 

1893-1902, and who was cr. Knt. 1894 and d. 1914 

38, Cadogan Place, s.w. 



Uuards ; educated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford ; 
'''. 1885. Mr. Bonn is the Founder of the National' 
Bureau for promoting the welfare of tlie Deaf. — New- 
liold Kevel, near Rugby ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 22, Upper 
Brook Street, w. 

BONNOR-MAURICE, Edwaed Arthue, Esq., 
of Bodynfoel, Montgomeryshire. 

Fiftli son of Robert Maurice Bonnor-Maairice, Esq., of 
Bodynfoel, who d. 1872, by Judith, who d. 189:i, dau. : 
of the late Rev. Henry Cripps, of Preston and Stone- 
house, Gloucestershire; b. 1848; ?«. 1876 Edith 
Jessie, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. Frederick Francis 
Fawkes, of Upton Park, Bucks, and has, with other 
issue, * Richard Maurice, late Lieut. Montgomeryshire 
Imp. Yeo. ; educated at Winchester and at Oriel Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1905); 6.1881. Mr. Bonnor-Maurice, 
who was educated at Winchester and at New Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1871), is a Magistrate for Montgomery- 
shire, and was High Sheriff \89i.Sodynfoel Hall,\ 
Llanfcchan, Montgomeryshire; United University Clnh 
s.w. ; Hamilton House, Hall Road, n.-w. ; 46, Parliament 
Street, s.w. 

BONSALL, Major Hugh Edwaed, of Fron- 
fraith, Cardigaushire ; aad of Galltyllan, 
Montgomeryshire. 
Youngerson of John George William Bonsall, Esq., J.P., 
j( Fronfraith, who d. 1900, by Frances, who d. 1896, 
dau. of the late Joseph Davies, Esq., of Galltyllan ; 
b. 1863; s. his brother Major John Joseph Bonsall, 
J.P. and D.L., late Cardigan Art., W. Div., R.A., 
.at Fronfaith. 1914; m. 1896 Gertrude Elizabeth, 
2nd dau. of John Thomas Morgan, Esq., of Nantcaerio, 
Cardiganshii'e. Major Bonsall is a Magistrate for 
Cardiganshire and for Montgomeryshire (High Sheriff 
J 916), and Capt. and Hon. Major ret, late Cardigan 
Art., W. Div., R. A. —Galltyllan, Machynlleth, Mont- 
gomeryshire ; Junior Constitutional Club, w. 



I., of Morben, Montgomery- 



BONSALL, Mr 
shire. 

Eleanor Isabella, 2nd dau. of David Howell, Esq., of 
Craig-y-dou, Merionethshire, who d. 1890, by Isabella 
Jane, who rf. 1908, dau. of the late Matthew Evan 
Lewis, Esq., of BrynglSs, Montgomeryshire ; m. 1884 | 
Thomas William Bonsall, Esq., of Morben (eldest son 
of the late Thomas Bonsall Esq., J.P. and D.L., of | 
Glanrheidol, Cardigaushire), a J.P. for cos. Cardigan, I 
Merioneth, and Montgomery, who d. 1914,leaving, with 
other issue, a son, *Thomas Vivian, temp. Lieut. 12th 
(Service) Batt. Welsh Regt. ; late Lieut. Welsh Regt. ; ' 
educated at Dulwich Coll. ; b. 1888; m. 1913 Gwendolyn, i 

dau. of Williams, Esq., of Wilcott, Shropshire.: 

— Morben, Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire. 

BONSALL. See Hiighes-Bonsall. 

BONSER, Lady Winfield. 

Mary Catherine, only dau. of Col. the Hon. Sir 
■William James Colville, K.C.V.O., C.B., who d. 1903, 
by Georgiana Mary, who d, 1918. 2nd dau. of the late 
Evan Baillie, Esq., of Dochfour, Inverness-shire ; m. 
1899, as his 2nd wife, the Right Hon Sir John Win- 
field Bonser, a Barrister-at-Law, and a Member of 

, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, who 



of Kingswood Warren, Surrey. 

Eldest son of Joseph Bonsor, Esq., of Polesden, 
Surrey, who d. 1873, by EUza Denne, who d. 1909, dau. 
of the late Major Orme ; b. 1848; m. 1st 1872 Emily 
Gertrude, who d. 1882, elder dau. of the late James 
Fellowes, Esq., of Kingston House, Dorset ; 2ndly 1886 
Mabel Grace, younger dau. of the late James Brand, 
Esq., and has had by the former, with other issue, 
Malcolm Cosmo (eldest son), Capt. Norfolk (King's 
Own R. Regt.) Yeo. ; h. 1878 ; m. 1906 Sybil Henrietta, 
younger dau. of Charles Robert Kennet Fergusson, 
Esq., late Cameron Highlanders,of The Hill, Creetown, 
Kirkcudbright, and d. (kiUed in action) 1918; and 
Reginald (2nd son), Major T.F. Reserve, late Surrey 
Y'eo. ; educated at Eton; b. 1879; m. 1914 Nancy, 
dau. of Arthur M. Walrond, Esq., and has, with other 
issue, a son, Brian Cosmo, b. 1916. Mr. Bonsor, wlio 
was educated at Eton, is a Director of the Bank of 
England, Chairman of the South Eastern Railway Com- 
pany, a J.P., D.L., and formerly a C. Aid. for Surrey, 
and one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London ; was 
M.P. for Surrey (Wimbledon Div.) 1885-1900.— CaW- 
ton Club, S.W.; Turf Club, w. ; 38, Belgrave Sqiuire, 



BONTEIN, Major James Shelley, F.S.A.Scot., 
formerly of Glencruitten, Argyllshire. 
Only son of James Boutein, Esq. (Gentleman Usher 
and Clerk of the Rolies to Queen Victoria), who d. 1884, 
by Katharine Cecilia (who d. 1902, having m. 2ndly 
1885, as 2nd wife, Major-Gen. Francis Edward Drewe, 
of Grange, Devonshire, who d. 1891), only dau. of the 
late Adolphus E.lward Shelley, Esq., and grand-dau. of 
Sir John SheUey, 6th Bart. ; 'b. 1859; m. 1889 Emilie 
Josephine, dau. of Francis Edwards, Esq., and widow 
of Hans Sloane-Stanley, Esq., of Paultons, Hants. 
Major Bontein, who was educated at Marlborough_Coll., 
is a Member of the R. Co. of Archers (King's 'Body 
Guard for Scotland), a J.P. for Argyllshire, and Major 
T.F. Reserve, late Lothians and Border Horse Y'eo. ; 
commanded the Depot of his Regt. 1915-16, was Co. 
Adjutant H.iddingtonshire Voh Corps 1917-18 and 
served on the Staff of the Gen. Officer Comm. Forth 
Garrison 1918-19.-7*6 Gate House, N. Berwick; 
Marlborough, and ArtMir's Clubs, s.w. ; TurJ, and 
Cavalry Clubs, V!.; New Club, Edinburgh ; 16, Lowndes 
Sqtiarc, s.w. 

BONTINE CUNNINGHAME CUNNING - 

HAME GRAHAM. See Graham. 

BONYTHON, Sir (John) Langdon, K.C.M.G. 
—Or. Knt. 1898, K.C.M.G. 1919. 

Second son of George Langdou Bonython, Esq., of 
Adelaide, foi-merly of Cornwall, descended from the 
Bonythons of Bonython and Carolew, who d. 1909, by 
Annie, dau. of the late James Fairbairn MacBain, Esq., 
of Aberdeen ; b. 1848 ; m. 1870 Marie Louise Frederica, 
dau. of D. F. Balthasar, of Berlin. Sir Langdon Bony- 
thon, who was educated in Adelaide, was elected in 
1 901 by the State of S. Australia, a Member of the First 
Federal Parliament of Australia, and was returned, 
unopposed, to the Second Parliament for the Div. of 
Barker, S. Australia, is Chairman of the Common- 
wealth Literary Fund and has been President of the 
S. Australian School of Mines and Industries (one of 



fioo] 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



the greatest technical schools in Australia) since 18S9. 
— Carclew, Adelaide, South Atislralia ; Carminow, 
Mount Lofty, South Australia. 

BOOKER, Lieut.-Col. George Edward Nusset, 
C.B.E., of Wessington Court, Hereford- 
shire. 1 
Second son of the late Rev. George Booker, M.A. (by 1 
Rachael Elizabeth, who d. 1916, 3rd dau. of the late 
John Nussey, Esq.), and nephew of the late Josias 
Booker, Esq., of Wessington Court; b. 1867; m. 1892 
Edith Mary, 3rd dau. of the late Henry F. Tiarks, 
Esq., of Foxbury, Chislehiirst, and has, with a dau., a 
son, * George Henry, educated at Eton and at Magda- 
lene Coll., Cambridge; b. 1894 ; yi. 1918 Mary, elder 
dau. of the late Charles Hamilton Walter, Esq. Lieut.- 
Col. Booker, who was educated at Westminster and at 
Exeter Coll., Oxford, and was formerly Lieut. 5th 
Dragoon Guards, is Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers; 
commanded 1st and 4th Reserve Regts. of Cav., with 
the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col., 1914-19. — Naval and 
Military, and Cavalry Clubs, w. ; 93, Eaton Place, s.w. 

BOOKER, Josias Antony Nussey, Esq. j 

Eldest son of the late Rev. George Booker, M.A., by 
Rachel Elizabeth, who d. 1916, 3rd dau. of the late I 
John Nus.sey, Esq. ; b. 186.3 ; m. 1887 Blanche Mabel, \ 
younger dau. of Major Richard Brettingham, of 
Waveney Lodge, Brighton, and has, with other issue, | 
a son, Jo.sias Ralph Gilbert Gervase, b. 1888. Mr. | 
Booker, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is 
a J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire, late Lieut. 
Montgomeryshire Yeo. Cav. — Woodfitld, Ross, Here- 
fordshire ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

BOOKER, Mrs., of Slon, Glamorganshire. 
Caroline Emily, youngest dau. of the late Robert Lind- 
say, Esq., of Glanafon, Glamorganshire; m. 1861 
Thomas William Booker, Esq., of Velindra ('2nd son of 
the late Thomas William IJooker-Blakemore, Esq.), 
a J.P. and D.L. for Glamorganshire (High Sheriff 
1865), who d. 1887, and has surviving i.ssue 7 daus. — 
Slon, Bridgend. 

BOORD, Sir William Arthob, Bart., F.R.G.S. 
— Cr. 1896. 

Eldest son of Sir Thomas AVilliam Boord, 1st Bart., 
M.P., F.S.A., J.P., V.D., by Margaret d'Almaine, who 
d. 1918, elder dau. of the late Thomas George Mac- 
kinlay, Esq., F.S.A. ; h. 1862; s. 1912; educated at 
Harrow. — Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 



BOOT, Sir Jesse, Bart.— Cr. 1917. 

Son of the late John Boot, of Nottingham : b. 1850 ; 
m. 1886 Florence, dau. of William Rowe, of Jersey. 
Sir Jesse Boot is Chairman of Boots Ltd., Chemists, 
and has erected modern dwellings for Crimean and 
Mutiny YeteTuns.— St, Heliei-s, The Park, Nottingham. 
Ilelr, his soa John Campbell, Capt. 7th Batt. Sherwood 
Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Rest.) ; edu- 
cated at Leys School and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge ; li. 
1889 ; III. 1914 Margaret Joyce, dan. of Frederick Ha'igh 
Pyman, of Pitz-John's Avenne, Hampstead, and has 2 



BOOTH, Sir Jossltn Augustus Richard 
GORE-, Bart., of Lissadell, co. Sliso.— 
Cr. 1760. 
Elder son of Sir Henry William Gore-Booth, 5th Bart., 
of Lissadell, by Georgina Mary, only dau. of the late 
Col. Charles John Hill; *. 1869; *. 1900; m. 1907 
Mary, youngest dau. of the Rev. Savile Richard William 



L'Estrange-Malone, Rector of Dalton Holme, Vurk- 
shire. Sir Josslyn Gore-Booth, who was formerly 
Lieut. 5th Batt. R. Munstcr Fusiliers, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Sligo (High Sheriff 1904), and Patron of 2 
livings. — Lissadell, Sligo. 

Heir, his son Michael Savile, h. 1908. 

BOOTH, Sir Alfred Allen, Bart.— Cr. 191fi, 
Younger son of Alfred Booth, Esq., J.P., of Liverpuol, 
who d. 1914, by Lydia Allen, youngest dau. of the l.itr 
Benjamin Franklin Butler, E.sq., of New York, U.S.A. : 
6. 1872; m. 1903 Mary Blake, elder dau. of Edmund 
Dwight, Esq., of New York, U.S.A. Sir Alfred Booth, 
who was educated at Harroiv and at King's Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898). and was a Member 
of the R. Commission on the Civil Service 1911-14, is 
Chairman of the Cunard Steamship Co. Ltd. and of 
the Anchor Line Ltd., and a Director of Alfred Booth 
& Co. Ltd., of the Booth Steamship Co. Ltd., of T. & J. 
Broeklebank Ltd. and of the AVell Line Ltd. -- 
Allerton Beeches, Liverpool ; Alpine Club, w. ; Refurm. 
and United University Clubs, s.w. 
l/eii; his son PbUip, h. 1907. 

BOOTH, James Erskine Wise, Esq., of Kil- 
meany, co. Carlow. 
Second son of George Booth, Esq., J.P., of Lara, co. 
Wicklow, who d. 1892, by Georgiana, who d. 1 868, dau. 
of the late Thomas Johnston Barton, Esq., of Glenda- 
lough ; b. 1862 ; tn. 1890 Hilda Mary, 2nd dau. of tlie 
late Robert Westley Hall-Dare, Esq., D.L., of Newtown- 
barry, co. Wexford, and has, with another son and a 
dau.", * Arthur Ronald, A. 1891. Mr. Booth, who was 
educated at Harrow, was formerly Lieut. Kildare 
Rifles. — Kilmeany, near Carloiv. 

BOOTH, Lieut.-Col. Thomas George, of Haw- 
stead House, Suffolk. 
Fourth son of John Booth, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Glendon, Northamptonshire (High Sheriff 1818), who 
d. 1848, by Augusta, who d. 1891, 4th dau. of Sir 
Richard De Capell-Brooke, 1st Bart., of Great Oakley 
Hall, Northamptonshire; b. 1843; m. 1879 Frances 
Jane Whish, eldest dau. of the late Henry Christopher 
Metcalfe, Esq., of Hawstead House. Lieut.-Col. Bootli, 
who was formerly Capt. 10th Foot and late of the Army 
Pay Department, is a Magistrate for Northampton- 
shire. — Hawstead House, Bury St. Edmunds. ' 

BOOTH. See Basing, and Haworth-Booth. 

BOOTHBY,t Sir Charles Francis, Bart.— 
Cr. 1660. 

Second son of the Rev. Sir Brooke William Robert 
Boothby, 10th Bart., who d. 1865, by Martha Serena, 
who d. 1909, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Charles 
Boothby, Vicar of Sutterton, Lincolnshire ; i. 1858; s. 
his brother Sir Brooke Boothby, llth Bart., 1913. 
Sir Charles Boothby, who was educated at Harrow, 
was formerly Lieut. N. Mayo Militia. 

Heir Pres., his brother the Rev. Herbert Cecil, late Lieut. 

Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.) ; educated at Ch. 

Oh.,0.xtord(B.A.1888); i<. 1863. 



BOOT LE- W ILBRAHAM. 

braham. 



See Lathum, and Wil- 



BOR, Col. Edward John, of Ballindolan, co. 
Kildare. 

Third son of Edward John l!or. Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Ballindolan, who d. 1870, by Charlotte Margaret, who 

X This Baronetcy was Brst granted 
patent were signed at the time, but no 
tion 1660. 



Bor] 



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[Bor 



rl. 1894, eldest dau. of the late William Hopkius, Esq., 
J. P., of Frayne, co. Meath ; b. I80O ; .>:. his brother 
William Lo'ftus Bor, Esq., 1914 ; m. 1892 Katharine, 
eldest dau. of the late Robert Morrow, Esq., of Halifax, 
Nova Scotia. Col. Bor, Tv-ho was educated at Kings- ' 
town School and at the R. Mil. Actidemy, Woolwich, ' 
is a Magistrate for Sussex and Brevet Col. ret., 
late. B,.K—Ballindolaii, near Edenikrry, co. Kildarc : 
Residence : Decpspring, Emsworih, Hampshire ; 
Junior United Service Club, s.w. 



+ BORASTON, Sir John, Knt.-Cr. 191G. 

Son of the late John Boi-nstou, Esq., of Worcester ; 

/<. 18.51 ; m. 18— , dau. of Sir John 

Borastou is a Magistrate for Kent and Joint Secretary 
of the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee ; has been 
Chief Agent of the Unionist Party since 1912.— 
Rinqwood, 31, Southend Road, Bcckenham, Kent ; 
Carlton Club, s.w.; St. Stephen's Chambers, West- 
minster, s.w. , 

BORDEN, the Right Hou. Sir Robert Laird, 
G.C.M.G., K.C., LL.D., D.C.L.— Or. 1914. j 

Eldest surviving son of Andrew Borden, Esq., of I 
(Irand Pre, Nova Scotia, who d. 1900, by Eunice Jane, | 
who d. 1915, dau. of the late John Laird, Esq., of I 
Grand Pre ; *. 18.54 ; m. 1889 Laura, youngest dau. of ' 
the late Thomas Henry Bond, Esq., of Halifax, Nora 
Scotia. Sir Robert Borden , who was educated at Acacia 1 
Villa Academy, Horton (Hon. D.C.L. Queen's Univ., 
Ontario, 1903; Hon. LL.D. St. Francis Xavier 
Univ. 1905, McGill Univ. 1913, Victoria Univ., 
Toronto, 1916, Edinburgh 1917, and Cambridge 1918), 
called to the Bar in Nova Scotia 1878, and appointed 
a Q.C. 1891, was President of the Nova Scotia Bar- 
risters' Society 1893-1904, Pre.sident of the Privy 
Council of the Dominion of Canada 191 1-17, a Member ! 
of tlie Imperial War Conferences in London 1917 and 
1918, and Chief Canadian Delegate of Canada at the ■ 
Peace Conference 1919, and has been a Member of the 
House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada since 
1 896, and Premier and Secretary of State for E-xternal 
Affairs since 1911 ; has the Grand Cross of the Legion 
of Honour and the Grand Corion of the Order of 
Leopold of Belgium ; received the Freedom of the City 
of Glasgow 1912, of the City of London and City of 
Bristol 1915, and of the City of Edinburgh and City 
of Manchester 1917. — 201, Wurtemburff, Ottawa; 
Rideau, Laurentian, and Hunt Clnbs, Ottawa: Halifa,x 
Club, Halifax ; Mmmt Eoyal Club, Montreal. 

BORDEN, Bessie Blanche, Lady. 

Dau. of John Hopson Clarke, of Canning, Nova Scotia ; 
m. 1884, as his 2nd wife, Surgeon-Gen. Sir Frederick 
William Borden, K.C.M.G., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D., an 
Hon Surgeon-Gen. in the Army, Hon. Col. Canadian 
Army Medical Corps, and a Knight of Grace of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who was a Member of 
the Canadian House of Commons 1874-82 and 1387- 
1911, and Minister of Militia and Defence of the 
Dominion of Canada 1896-1911, and who was cr. 
K.C.M.G. 1902 and d. 1917 .—Canninc/, Nova Scotia; 
; Hall, Ottawa, Ontario. 



BOREEL, Sir Jacob Willem Gustaaf van 
HOGELANDEN, Bart. — Cr. 1644-5. 
Only son of Sir William Boreel, 9th Bart., by Mar- 
garet Jaqueline Mary Pauline, dau. of the late Lieut.- 
Gen. Willi.am Francis Boreol ; b. 1852 ; s. 1883 ; m. 1st 
1878 the Baroness Marie Cornelie, -who d. 1891, dau. of 
His Excellency Baron Schimmelpenninck Van der Oye ; 
2ndly 1898 Cornelie Marie, dau. of H. M. Van Weede, 
and has 2 daus. Sir Jacob Boreel, who was formerly 



a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to the late King of 
The Netherlands, and Burgomaster of Haarlem, is 
a Member ofthe Gedeputeerde States of N. Holland, 
and was appointed Chamberlain to the Queen of The 
Netherlands 1905 aud elected a Member of the Pro- 
vincial Council of Deputies 1912. — Waterland, Velscn, 
North Holland. 

Heir Pres., hia kinsman Francis William Robert, elder son 
of Robert Eugene Boreel, Esq. (gi-eat grandson uf the 7tli 
Bart.), wlio d. 1396, by Florence, dau. of tlie late Francis 
Capper Brooke, Esq., of CTffiord Place, Suilolk ; h. 1882. 

BORLASE, the Misses, of Castle Horncck, 
aud Pendeen, Cornwall. 
Lydia Harris and Caroline Anne, daus. of John Borhise, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Castle Horneok, who (/. 1889. 
by Lydia Nowell, who d. 1886, dau. and co-liciross of the 
late Rev. Michael Nowell Peter.s, SLA., of Penwarne, 
Corn-wall (see Peters, of Pen wa rue). — Castle Horneck, 
Pemancc. 



BOROUGH, John Sidney Burton, Esq., of 
Chetwyud Park, Shropshire. 

Eldest son of John Charles Burton Borough, Esq., of 
Chetwynd Park, and of Hulland Hall, Derbyshire, 
who d. 1894, by Elizabeth Cliarlotte, who d. 1907, 
dau. of the late Rear-Adm. Roberts-Gawen ; i. 18.32; 
m. 1889 Edith Fanny Maud, younger dau. of the late 
Rev. Henry Gladwyn Jebb, of Firbeck Hall, Yorkshire, 
and has, w"ith other issue, a son, * John George Burton, 
('apt. Staffordshire Yeo. ; educated at Charterhouse 
and at Ch. Ch., Oxford; b. 1890. Mr. Borough, who 
was educated at Eton aud at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 
1870), is a J.P. and was formerly a D.L. for Shrop- 
shire (High Sheriff 1901), and is Patron of 1 living.— 
Chetwijnd Park, Newport, Shropshire; Carlton Club, 



BORRER, John Hamltn, Esq., of Angestou 
Grange, Gloiicestershiro. 
Only son of John Hamlyn Borrer, Esq., of Sunle, 
Sussex, who rf. 1851, by Emily, who d. 1899, dau. of 
the Late Col. W. Forrest; b. 1849; m. 1914 Stella 
Marguerite, dau. of the late John lUrney Worgan, 
Esq , and widow of Major Acheson Francis Acheson 
Lyle. Mr. Borrer, who was educated at Eton and 
at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1872), is a Magistrate for 
Gloucestershire. — Angeston Grange, near Dursleij ; 
Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. 

BORRER, William, Esq., of Brookhill, and 
Pakyns Manor, Sussex. 
Only son of William Borrer, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Brookhill, who d. 1898, by Margaret, who d. 1906, 
elder dau. of the late John Hamlyn Borrer, Esq., of 
Sunte, Sussex; b. 1846; m. 1883 Frances Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of the late William Piers Thomas. Esq., 
aud has, with a twin son and a dau., * William Hardros, 
b. 1889. Mr. Borrer, who was educated at Harrow, 
is a Magistrate for Sussex, and Lord of the Manor of 
Pakyns. — Pakyns Mancr, Hurstpierpoint ,- Athcnceum 
Club, s.w. 

BORRETT, Percy Rygate, Esq., of Crausford 
Hall, Suffolk. 
Only son of Thomas Percy Borrett, Esq., J.P., of 
Cransford Hall, who d. 1913, by Jane Elizabeth, 3rd 
dau. of the late Robert Rygate, Esq., of Wellington, 
Australia; b. 1889; m. 1915 the Hon. Anne Mary 
Chaloner, younger dau. of the late Hon. William 
Arcedeckne Vanneck, of The Cupola, Leiston, Suffolk, 
and sister of William Charles Arcedeckne, 6th Lord 
Huntingfield, and has, with other issue, a son, * Antony 
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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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Thomas Vanneck, //. 1915. Jlr. Borrett, who was edu- 
cated at Eton and at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1911, M.A. 1919), is a J.P. for Suffolk, Lieut, (formerly 
Acting Capt ) Scots Guards, Special Reserve, and Lord 
of the Manor of Cransford. — Cransford Hall, SaxMund- 
ham ; Junior Carlton, mid Guard/,' Cluhs, s.w. 



BORROWES, Sir Kildake Dixon, Bart., oJ 
Gilltown, CO. Kildare.— C)\ 1645-6. 
Klder sou of Sir Erasmus Dixon Borrowes, 9tli Bart., 
by his 1st wife Frederica, who d. 1886, dau. of tlie late 
Brig.-Gen. George Hutchison; b. 1852; s. 1898; m. 
1886 Julia Aline, youngest dau. of the late William 
Holden, Esq., of Palace House, Lancashire. Sir Kildare 
Borrowes is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kildare (High 
Sheriff 1902), Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. lute S. oJ 
Ireland Imp. Yeo., and Lieut.-Col. ret., late Major 
11th Hussars; was Superintendent, Remount Service, 
Apr.-Aug. 1915, and a Draft Conducting Officer 
1915-19.— iJrooAs's, and United Service Clubs, s.w. ; 
Kildare Street Club, Vublin. 



late John Macdonoell Royes, Esq., and bad a sod, Kildare 
Henry, Midshipman E.N. ; b. 1900, and killed in action 
1916. 



BORROWES, Florence Elizabeth, Lady. 

Second dau. of William Ruxton, Esq., of Ardee, co 
Louth, who (/. 1895, by Caroline Diana, younger dau 
of the late Charles Vernon, Esq., of Clifton ; m. 1887 
as 2nd wife. Sir Erasmus Dixon Borrowes, 9th Bart, 
wlio d. 1898. — The Seasons, BaUymore Eustace, co 
Kildare. 



BORTHWICK, Lord (donmud). See Grajton. 
Duke of. 

BORTHWICK, William Henry, Esq., of 
Crookston House, Bortlivvick Castle, and 
Buruhouse, Midlothian. 
Third son of John Eorthwick, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of 
Crookston House, and Borthwick Castle, who d. 1846, 
by his 1st wife Anne, who d. 1832, elder dau. of the 
late Right Hon. Robert Dundas, Lord Chief Baron of 
Scotland, of Arniston, Midlothian; /-. 1832; s. his 
brother John Borthwick, Esq., J.P., 1907; m. 1864 
Rebecca, who d. 1887, only dau. of the late Robert 
Cathcart, Esq., and has, with other issue, a s6n, *Henry, 
b. 1808; m. 1902 Melena Florence. 4th dau. of the 
late Comm. James Thomas Pringle, R.N., of Torwood- 
lee, Selkirkshire, and has a son, *John Henry Steuart, 
b. 1905. — Crookston House, Heriot, Midlothian. 



BORTHWICK. ,,See Whitbimih, Lord. 

BORWICK, Sir Robert Hudson, Barfc.— Cr. 
191G. 

Only surviving son of George Berwick, Esq., of Morven, 
Torquay, who d. 1889, by his 1st wife Jane, who d. 
1868, dau. of the late Rev. John Hudson, of West 
Bromwieh ; b. 1845 ; m. 1872 Caroline Smith, dau. of 
the late Rev. Richard Daniel Johnston, of The Grove, 
Bedford. Sir Robert Borwick is a J.P. for co. London 
and a Director of George Berwick & Sons Ltd. — Eden 
Lacy, La:onby, Cumberland; Carlton Club, s.w.; Resi- 
dence : \6, Berkeley Square, w. 

Heir, liis son George. calle<i to the Bar at the Middle Temple 
1905: educated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
190-); b. 1880; m. 1908 (marriage dissolved 1913) Mary 
Mason, dau. of Lewis Oruger Hasell, Esq., of New York, 
U.S.A. 
138 



BOSANQUET, Adm. Sir Day Hort, G.C.M.G., 
G.C.V.O., K.C.B., of Broom-y-Close Court, 
Herefordshire.— Cr.K.C.B. 1905, G.C.V.O. 
1907, G.C.M.G. 1914. 

Third son of the Rev. Robert William Bosanquet, of 
Rock Hall, Northumberland, who d. 1880, by his 2nd 
wife Caroline, who d. 1883, youngest dau. of the late 
Col. Day Ilort Macdowall, of Walkinshaw, and Castle 
Semple, Renfrewshire ; b. 1843 ; m. 1881 Mary, dau. of 
the late Lieut.-Col. Thomas Bromhead Butt, and has 
had, witli 2 daus., a son, Graliam Bromhead, M.C., 
Capt. and Brevet Major Gloucestershire Regt. and a 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour ; b. 1885; m. 1910 
Flora Macdonald Lindsay, who d. 1918, eldest dau. of 
the late W. Lindsay Stewart, Esq., of Stanmore, 
Lanarkshire, and d. (killed in action) 1916. Sir Day 
Bosanquet is an Adm. ret. and a J.P. and D.h. for 
Herefordshire, and was Commander-in-Chief on the 
East Indies Station 1899-1902, on the North America 
and West Indies Station 1904-7, and at Portsmouth, 
1907-8, and Governor of S. Australia 1909-14; is a 
Knight of Ihe Order of the Sword of Sweden. — 
Broom-y-Closc Court, Llanwarnc, Herefordshire; 
United Service Club, s.w. 

BOSANQUET, Sir Oswald Vivian, K.C.S.I., 
CLE.— Cr. 1919. 

Third son of Arthur Bosanquet, Esq., J.P., of Cleddon 
Hall, Monmouthshire, who d. 1885, by Isabella Matilda, 
dau. of the late Col. Crawford, Bengal Army ; b. 1866 ; 
m. 1886 Alys, dau. of the late Adm. .Samuel Hoskins 
Derriman, C.B. Sir Oswald Bosanquet, who was edu- 
cated at Clifton and at New Coll., Oxford, and entered 
the I.C.S. 1887, is a Knight of Grace of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem ; was Assistant Resident at 
Hyderabad 1890-3; 1st Assistant to Governor-Gen.'s 
Ai^eiit in Rajputana 1893-5 ; Undersecretary (Foreign) 
to the Government of India 1895-9 ; Political Agent 
Bhopawar 1899-1900; Resident Indore 1903-7 and 
Baroda 1909-10, and on Special Duty, Foreign Depart- 
ment, 1911-13; appointed Agent to the Governor-Gen. 
in Central India 1913. — Indore, Central India; St. 
Briavels, Gloucestershire ; Junior Carlton Club, s.vf. 

BOSANQUET, Sir (Frederick) Albert, Knt., 
K.C.— Cr. 1907. 

Fourth son of Samuel Richard Bosanquet, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Dingestow Court, Monmouthshire, whod. 1882, 
by Emily, who d. 1869, eldest dau. of the late George 
Courthope, Esq., of Whihgh, Sussex ; b. 1837 ; m. 1st 
1 871 Albinia Mary, eldest dau. of the late John Curtis- 
Hayward, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Quedgeley House, 
Gloucestershire ; 2ndly 1 885 Philippa Frances, youngest 
dau. of the late William Bence-Jones, Esq., of Lisse- 
lan, CO. Cork. Sir (Frederick) Albert Bosanquet, who 
was educated at Eton and at King's Coll., Cambridge, 
of which he was formerly a Fellow (B.A. 1860, M.A. 
1863), called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1863, 
appointed a Q.C. 1882, and elected a Bencher 1889, 
is a Magistrate for Monmouthshire and for Sussex, 
and Chairman of E. Sussex Quarter Sessions, and 
was Recorder of Worcester 1879-91 and of Wolver- 
hampton 1891-1900, Common Serjeant of London 
1900-17, and Chairman of the Council of Law Re- 
porting 1907-17. — Cobbe ■ Place, Lewes, Stissex; 
Athencsum. and St. Stephen's Clubs, s.w. ; 12, Grenville 
Place, South Kensington, s.w. ; 3, Paper Buildings, 
Temple, B.C. 

BOSANQUET, Bernard James Tindal, Esq., 
of Claysmore, Middlesex. 
Elder son of Lieut.-Col. Bernard Tindal Bosanquet, 
J.P. and D.L., late 7th Batt. Riile Brigade, of Clays- 
more, who d. 1910, by Eva Maude, who d. 1912, 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



2nd dau. of the late Sir William James Eichmond ' ROSP.A WF.IV 
Cotton, M.P., City Chamberlain: b. 1877. Mr. ■°^'=^^**^^^ • 
Bosanquet, who was educated at Eton and at Oriel 
Coll., Oxford, is r 
Residence : Woodland; 
James's, s.w, 



[Bob 

Falmoutk, and Griffilh-Boscawcn. 



cuudLcu aL -CLOU aua at Uriel 

ieut. Unemployed List R.A.F.— BOSTON, Lord (GeOEGE FlOKANCE Ikby") — 
ds,Hareficld; 7, Park Place, St. Cr. 1761. 



BOSANQUET, John Bernard Alexander, 
Esq., of Lahardau, and Kilmagemogue, 
CO. Waterford. 
Sou of William Henry Francis Bosanquet, Esq., J. P., 
of Knockane, co. Waterford, who d. 1878, by Amelia 
Mary Georgiana, who d. 1878, eldest dau. and 
co-heiress of the late John Sherlock, Esq., of Kilmage- 
mogue; h. 186.3; m. 1890 Helen Mary, only dau. of the 
late Capt. William Charles Coghlan, J.P., of Dromina, 
CO. Waterford, and has, with other issue, a son, 
* William Henry Joseph Sherlock, b. 1894. Mr. 
Bosanquet, who was educated at Ushaw, co. Durham, 
is a J.P. for co. Waterford. — Lahardan House, Port- 
law, CO. Waterford. 

BOSANQUET, Mrs., of ClanviUe, Somerset. 
Mary Anne, younger dau. of Lieut.-Col. Francis 
Fownes-Luttrell, Grenadier Guards, of Kilve Court, 
and Wootton House, Somerset, who d. 1 862, by Emma 
Louisa, who d. 1881, dau. of the late Samuel Drewe, 
Esq., of Kensington ; ?«. 1861 Henry Anstey Bosan- 
quet, Esq., of Clanville, a Barrister-at-Law and a J.P. 
for Somerset, who d. 1901, leai-ing, with 2 other 
daus., Mary; 7«. 1890 Sir Robert Shafto Adair, 
5th Bart, {whom see). — Clanville, near Minehead. 

BOSANQUET, Robert Carr, Esq., of Rock 
Hall, Northumberland. 

Elder son of Charles Bertie PuUeinc Bosanquet, Esq., 
of Rock Hall, who d. 1905, by Eliza Isabella, who 
(/. 1912. eldest dau. of the late Ralph Carr-EUison. 
Esq., of Dunston Hill, co. Durham, and of Hedgeleyi 
Northumberland; b. 1871; m. 1902 Ellen Sophia, 
youngest dau. of thelate Thomas Hodgkin, Esq.. D.C.L., 
and has, with other issue, a son, » Charles Ion Carr, b. 
1903. Mr. Bosanquet, who was educated at Eton and 
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 189-1, M.A. 1898), 
and was Director of the British School of Archaeology at 
Athens 1900-6, is Professor of Classical .\rchseology in 
Liverpool Univ., and Lord of the Manor of Thundersley, 
Essex : has the Orders of the Redeemer of Greece and 
St. Saba of Serbia.— ffoci- Hall, Alnwick, Northttmber- 
land ; Residence : Rock Moor, Almvick. 



BOSANQUET, Samuel Courthope, Esq., of 
Dingestow Court, Monmouthshire. 
Eldest son of Samuel Richard Bosanquet, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., ofDingestow Court, who d. 1882, by Emily, who 
d. 1869, eldest dau. of the late George Courthope, Esq., 
of Whiligh, Sussex; h. 1832; m.l862Mary, who d. 1914, 
2nd dau. of the late John Arkwright, Esq., of Hampton 
Court, Herefordshire, and has, with other issue, 

* Samuel Ronald Courthope, called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1893; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (LL.B. 1891); b. 1868; m. 1911 
Mary Aclaud, elder dau. of Frederick Henry Anson, 
Esq., C.E., J.P., and has, with other issue, a son, 

* Samuel John Anson, i. 1911. Mr. Bosanquet, who 
was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 
1855, M.A. 1858), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1857, is a J.P. and D.L. for Monmouthshire, 
and was Chairman of Quarter Sessions 1890-1912 
and High Sheriff 189S. — Dingestow Court, Moii. 
mouth. 

BOSANQUET. See Smith-Bosa»quet. 



Eldest son of Florauce George, 6th Lord, by the Hon. 
Augusta Caroline (who m. 2ndly 1883 Sir Henry Percy 
Anderson, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., who d. 1896), 2nd d^u. 
of John, 3rd Lord de Saumarez; b. 1860; s. 1877; 
VI. 1890 Cecilia Constance, younger dau. of the late Hon. 
Augustus Anthony Frederick Irby. Lord Boston, who 
was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 
1882, M.A. 1885), is a D.L. for co. Anglesey, and 
Patron of 5 livings ; was a Lord-in- Waiting to Qutcn 
Victoria 188.5-6. — Hedsor, Botirue End, Buckinyluiin- 
shire; Lligwi/, Moelfre, Anglesey: 266a, St. James's 
Court, Bmkingkam Gate, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Cecil Saumarez, a J.P. tor Bucks; 
late Capt. 7th Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps; cducatc^l at 
Eton ; b. 1SC2 ; m. 1885 Florence Augusta, 2nd dau. of the 
late Clement Upton-Cottrell- Dormer, Esq., of Rousliam, 
O.xfordshire, aud has, with other issue, a sou, *Grevillc 
Nortbey, an Hon. Oapt. in the Armv ; late Lieut, and temp. 
Oapt. BuckingLamshire Batt. Oifordsliire and Buckiug- 
hamshire L.L ; b. 1889; m. 191:) Constance Bervl, eldest 
dau. of the late William Richard Lester, Esq., of Alderley, 
Llanciudno, aud has 2 daus. 

BOSTON, Caroline Amelia, Lady. 

Eldest dau. of John St. Vincent, 3rd Lord de Saumarez, 
who d. 1891. by his 1st wife Caroline Esther, who d. 
1846, eldest dau. of the late William Rhodes, Esq., of 
Kirskill Hall, and Bramhope Hall, Yorkshire; ?«. 
1861, as 2nd wife, George Ive's, 4th Lord Boston, who 
d. 1869.— rnY/a St. Raphael. Tankerton, Whit- 
stable. 



of Raven- 



he die. 



BOSVILE, Thomas Bolle, 
field Park, Yorkshire. 

Elder son of Thomas Bosvile Bosvile, Esq., 
Ravenfield Park, who d. 1877, by Emma, wh 
dau. of the late Francis Huntsman, Esq. ; b. 
1st 1882 Elizabeth Marion Jane (whom 
188.5), only dau. of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir Frederic 
Arthur Willis, K.C.B. ; 2ndly 1891 Blanche Harriettc, 
who d. 1914, only dau. of the late James Bevan Bowen, 
Esq., of Llwyngwair, Pembrokesliire, and has, with 
other issue, a son, * Thomas James Bolle, M.C., Lieut, 
and temp. Capt. Rifle Brigade : educated at Winches- 
ter and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; /). 1897. Mr. 
Bosvile, who was educated at Winchester and at Exeter 
Coll., Oxford, isa J.P. for theVV. Riding of Yorkshire, 
temp. Lieut. 3rd Batt. N. Riding Vol. Regt. and Patron 
of 1 living. — Ravenfield Park, Rotherham. Residence: 
Lciiburn Hall, Leyhurn, Yorkshire ; Junior Carlton 
Yorkshire Club, York. 



Club. 



BOSVILLE MACDONALD, Sir Alexander 

Wentworth Macdonald (Macdonald oj 

The Isles), Bart., of Thorpe Hall, and 

Gunthwaite, Yorkshire. — Cr. 1625. t 

Only child of Sir Godfrey Wentworth Bayard Bosville, 

dcjure 13th Bart., of Thorpe Hall, and Gunthwaite, 

who d. 1865, by the Hon. Harriet Cassandra, who d. 

1903, sister of Henry, 8th Lord Middleton ; b. 1865; 

?«. 1886 Alice Edith, 3rd dau. of the late John 

Middleton, Esq, Sir Alexander Bosville Macdonald 

is the Premier Nova Scotia Bart., 2lBt Chief of Sleat, 



Sir Alexander William Robert Macdonald, * Jim 12th Bart., 
who assumed the surname of Bosville by royal license 1832, oJi s. to 
Thorpe Hall and Gunthwaite, was found by decree of the Court of 
Session, Edinbm-gh, dated Juue 4th, 1910, in an action of Declarator 
at the instance of his grandson Sir Alexander Wentworth 
Macdonald Bosville Atacdonald, 14th Bart, (who resumed the 
additional surname of Macdonald by authority of the Lyon King of 
the eldest lawful son of Godfrey, 3rd Lord 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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and a J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for the E. Eiding of York. 

shire (Higli Sheriff of Yorkshire I90\).—nor}>e Hall, 

Bridlinffton ; Boodle's Club, s.w. 

Ueir, his sou Godfrey MidcUeton, M.B.E., called to tlie Bar at 
the Inner Temple 1912 ; educated at Eton and at Magdalen 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1910) ; b. 1887 ; m. 1917 Rachel Audrey, 
youugcr dan. of Oolin Frederick Campbell, Esq., of Ever. 

lands. Kent, and h' ' *'" — •'-- = '-' '""■ " 

6.1917. 



' Alexander Somerled Angus, 



BOS WALL, Sir Thomas Randolpu HOUS- 
TOUN-, Bart.— Cr. 1836. 

Younger sou of Sir George Lauderdale Houstoun- 

Boswall, 3rd Barl., who d. 1908, by Phcebe, who d. 

1904, dau. of the late Sir Hugh Allan, of Montreal ; 

b. 1882 ; «. his brother Sir George Reginald Houstouu- 

Boswall, 4th Bart., Lieut. Reserve of Officers, late 

Grenadier Guards, and temp. Capt. Grenadier Guards, 

who was killed in action, 1915; m. 1912 Edith Mar)-, 

younger dau. of Jarvis Salter, Esq., of Wribbenhall, 

Worcestershire,andhas2daus. Sir Thomas Houstoun- 

Boswall, who was educated at Eton and was formerly 

Capt. 3rd Batt., is temp. Capt. E. Scots (Lothian Eegt.). 

llfir Pres., his cousin Gordon, elder son of Col. Thomas Alf ord 

Housloun-Bosirall-rreslon (3rd son of Sir George Augustus 

Frederick Houstoun-Boswall, 2nd Bart.), J.P. and D.L.,an 

Hon. Lient.-Ool. in the Army ; late Hon. Col., previously 

Lieut.-Col. Comm. S.E. of Scotland R.Q.A., Militia, who 

assumed the additional surname of Preston by royal license 

1886, and who (/. 191S, by Alice Mary, who d. 1916, only 

dau. of the late ■William Onnard, Esq. ; temp. Lieut. 

E.A.S.C, previously 1st Life Guards : h. 1887 ; m. 191ti 

. .. .^ . London, and has a 



BOSWELL, of Aucliinleck, Ayrshire. See 
Talbot. 

BOSWORTH, of Charley Hall, Leicestershire. 
See Martin, the Bev. John. 

BOSWORTH SMITH, Mrs., of Biugliam's 
Melcombc, Dorsetshire. 

Flora, 4th dau. of the Rev. Edmuud Dawe Wickhain, 
M.A„ Vicar of Holmwood, Surrey, who d. 1894, by 
Emma, who d. 1887, only child of the late Archdalo 
Palmer, Esq., of Cheam Park, Surrey; m. 1865 Regi- 
nald Bosworth Smith, Esq., of Bingham's Melcombe, 
a J.P. for Dorsetshire, who was formerly a Fellow of 
Trinity Coll., 0,xford,and an Assistant Master at Har- 
row, and who d. 1908, leaving, with other issue, a son, 
♦Gerard Hugh, b. 1868; m. 1893 Olive, dau. of 
Charles Yates, Esq., of Florida, U.S.A., and has, with 
other issue, a son, * Reginald Claude, i. 1899. Mrs. 
Bosworth Smith is Lady of the Manor of Bingham's 
Melcombe. — Bine/ham's Melcombc, Dorchester, Dorset- 
shire. 

BOTELER. See Bochm Bolder, and Irbi/. 

BOTFIELD, of Norton Hall, Northainiituii- 
shire. Sec Thynne. 



BOSWALL, Naomi Veronica, Lady 1 

HOUSTOUN-, of Blackadder, and Allan- 1 

bank, Berwickshire. 

Y'ounger dau. of Col. Thomas Henry Anstey, ret. ; 

R.E., who d. 1916, bv Caroline Alicia, dau. of Albany 1 

de Fonblanque, Esq."; m. 1913 Sir George Reginald 

Houstoun-Boswall, 4th Bart., Lieut. Reserve of Officers, 

late Grenadier Guards, and temp. Capt. Grenadier 

uards, who d. (killed in action) 1915, leaving a dau., 

• Elizabeth PhtEbc.—S/acA-ad<?cr, andAllanbank,Edrom, 

Berwickshire. 

BOSWELL, Claud Patrick, Esq., of Bal- 
mnto, Fifeshire. 
Eldest sou of John Thomas Irvine Boswell, Esq., of 
Balmuto, who inherited this property from his uncle 
John Irvine Boswell, Esq. (whose surname he assumed 
1875), and who d. 1888, by Susan, who d. 1896, dau. • 
of the late Benjamin Hardwick, Esq., of Beekenham, 
Kent ; b. 1864 ; is M.A. and LL.B. of Edinburgh Univ., 
was admitted a Member of the Scottish Faculty of 
Advocates 1889, and appointed Sheriff-Substitute of 
Inverness, Elgin and Nairn at Portree 1912. — 
Residence : Si!. Martin's, Portree, Isle of Skyc. 

BOSWELL, John Dodglas, Esq., of Garrallan, 
Ayrshire. 
Only surviving son of Patrick Charles Douglas Bos- 
well, Esq., of Garrallan, who d. 1892, by Annabella 
Alexandrina Campbell, who d. 1914, eldest dau. of the 
late George Innes, Esq., of Capita, N.S.W. ; *. 1 867 ; s. \ 
his brother Hamilton Douglas Boswell, Esq., 1898 ; 
m. 1907 Janet Alice, dau. of Robert Angus, Esq., of 
Ladykirk, Ayrshire, and has, with other issue, a son, 
*John Patrick Douglas, b. 1910. Mr. Boswell, who was 
educated at Loretto and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1888, 
B.L. and LL.B. Glasgow), is a J.P. and D.L. for Ayr- 
shire, an Hon. Capt. in the Army, and Lieut.Col. T.F. 
Reserve, late Comm. Ayrshire Yeo., T.D. ; formerly 
Capt. 6th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa.— Gn»-ra??n?!, 
Cumnock, Ayrshire. 
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I BOTFIELD. See Garnet t-Botfield. 
BOTHA, Gen. the Right Hon. Louis. 

B. 1863; m. 1886 , dau. of Ennuett, Esq. 

Gen. Botha,who was formerly a Gen. in the Army of the 
Transvaal Republic, Commander-in-Chief of tlie Boer 
Forces, and a Member of the First Volksraad, is an 
Hon. Gen. in the Army. Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1911, and 
Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1911, and was a Member of 
the First Legislative Assembly of the Transvaal 
Colony and Prime Minister and Minister of Agricul- 
ture 1907-10, Minister of Agriculture Union of 8. 
; Africa 1910-12 and 1912-13, and a Delegate of S. 
-Africa at the Peace Conference 1919; has been a 
Member of the Parliament of the Union of S. Africa 
since 1910; appointed PrimeMinister 1910 and Minister 
for Native Affairs 1913 ; commanded the Forces of the 
Union which conquered German S.W.Africa 1914-15. — 
Pretoria, Transvaal, Soztth Africa. 

BOTHAMLEY, Mrs., of Middleton, Sussex. 
Katharine, youngest dau. of the Rev. Anthony Lewis 
Lambert, Rector of Chilbolton, Hampshire, who rf.l869, 
by Mary Henrietta, who d. 1867, dau. of the late David 
Sidney, Esq. ; m. 1st 1860 Henry Charles Lane, Esq., 
of Middleton, a J.P. for Sussex, and Patron of 1 living, 
who was formerly Lieut. 2nd Life Guards, and who 

I d.s.p. 1906 ; 2ndly 1918 Henry H. Bothamley, Esq.— 
Middleton, Wcstmcston, Hassocks, 

BOTRBAUX, Lord. See Loudoim, Earl of. 

\ BOTT, Arthur Francis, Esq., of Bennington 

' Lordship, Hertfordshire. 

Only son of Richard Bott, Esq., of Church Broughton, 
Derbyshire, who d. 1897, by Emily Jane, who d. 18S5, 
2nd dau. of the late Henry Clay, Esq., of Piercefield 
Park, Monmouthshire; b. 1869; m. 1900 Lilian 
Mabel, eldest dau. of the Rev. Harry Morland Wells, 
of Scarlets, Berkshire, and has, with other issue, a 
son, * Richard Harry, b. 1901. Mi-. Bott, who was 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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educated at Marlborough, is a Magistrate for Hertford- 
sliire and Lord of the Manor of Bennington. — Benning- j 
Um Lordship, Stevenage, Hertfordshire. 

[ 

BOTTERELL, John James Dumville, Esq., of | 
Colne Park, Essex. ' 

Eldest son of the late James Botterell, Esq., of' 
Liskeard, Cornwall ; 4. 1847 ; m. 1870 Louisa Amelia, 
2nd dau. of William Webb, Esq., of Clifton, Bristol, 
and has, -n-ith other issue, a son, * Percy Dumville, 
( ).B.E., educated at Harrowand at Trinity Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1902); b. 1880; m. 1905 May, 4th dau. of the 
late Isaac Pearson, Esq., of Balgray, Hampstead, and 
has, with other issue, a son, * James Dumville, b. 1905. 
Mr. Botterell is a Magistrate for Essex (High Sheriff 
1919).— Co/ree Park, Earl's Colne, Essex; Junior Athe- ' 
meeum Club, w. ; 24, Palace Court, w. 



BOUGHTON, Sir William St. Andrew 
ROUSE-, Bart., of Lawford Hall, War- 
wickshire ; and of Down ton Hall, Shrop. 
shire.— Cr. 1641 and 1791. 
Elder sou of Sir Charles Henry Rouse-Boughton, nth 
Bart., of Lawford Hall, and 3rd Bart, of Downton 
Hall, by Mary Caroline, who d. 1892, 2nd dau. of the 
late John Michael Severne, Esq., of Thenford, North- 
amptonshire, and of Wallop Hall, Shropshire ; b. 1853 ; 
s. 1906 ; ?«. 1878 Eleanor Frances, eldest dau. of the 
late Rev. Frederick Harry Hotham, Rector of Rush- 
bury, Shropshire, and Rural Dean. Sir William 
Rouse-Boughton, who was educated at Harrow and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for Shrop- 
shire (High Sheriff 1914) and Patron of 2 livings.— 
Downton Hall, Liullotv; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son Edward Hotham, Lieut. 1 5th Hussars ; educated 
at Eton: 4.1893; m. 19l6DorothyAlys, 2nd ilau. of James 
Hainsworth Ismay, Esq., of Iwerne Minster, Dorsetshire, 
and has a dau., Mary Frances. , 



BOTTOMLET, James Thomson, Esq., LL.D. 
D.Sc, F.R.S., of Netherhall, Ayrshire. | 
Eldest son of William Bottomley, Esq., J.P., who d. , BOUGHTON- KNIGHT 
1894, by Anna, who d. 1858, dau. of the late James 
Thomson, Esq., LL.D., Professor of Mathematics in 
Glasgow Univ. ; A. 1845; s. his sister-in-law Frances 
Anna, Lady Kelvin, widow of his uncle William 
(Thomson), 1st and only Lord Kelvin, P.C., G.C.V.O., 
O.M., D.C.L., LL.D., &c., 1916 ; m. 1st 1872 Annie 
Elizabeth, who d. 1879, dau. of the late William 
Walker Heap, Esq., of Manchester ; 2ndly 1 883 Eliza 
Jennet, who d. 1913, dau. of the late Charles Ridpath 
Blandy, Esq., of Madeira, and has, with other issue, a 
son,*Allen William Thomson,*. 1873. Mr. Bottomley, 
who was educated at Queen's Coll., Belfast, and at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin (M.A. 1865; Hon. LL.D. Gla.s- 
gow), is a Consulting Electrical Engineer ; was formerly 
Assistant to the late Professor Thomas Andrews, 



Chaeles Andrew 
ROUSE-, Esq., of Downton Castle, Here- 
fordshire. 

Eldest .son of Andrew Johnes Rouse-Boughton-Knio-ht, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Downton Castle, who° d. 
1909, by Eliza, who d. 1914, youngest dau. of the late 
John Michael Severne, Esq., of Thenford, Northampton- 
shire, and of Wallop Hall, Shropshire ; h. 1859 ; m. 1902 
Helen Dupr^, eldest dau. of the late George Orr 
Wilson, Esq., of Dunardagh, co. Dublin. Mr. Rouse- 
Boughton-Knight, who was educated at Eton, and was 
formerly Lieut. Scots Guards, is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Herefordshire, and a J.P. for Shropshire.— i>oMi)!?o« 
Castle, Ludlow, Shropshire. 



!;^;^S'^'^:^T^^^i:^ td- BOUGHTON-LEIGH. See Lei,h, ofBro.nso.er. 

Arnott and Thomson Demonstrator in Glasgow Univ. 

and Acting Deputy to Lord Kelvin, Professor of BOULTON, Sir HaroLD Edwin, Bart., C.V.O., 

Natural Philosophy, 1870-99.— iVe«A«rA«tf,£ar^s,^^r-[ ^< " -" <• ^ , „ „ „ . 

shire; 13, University Gardens, Glasgow ; Athen<etmi,\ 
British Empire, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; Western, I 
and B. Scottish Automobile Clubs, Glasgow. 



BOUGHET, the Rev. Sir Robert, Bart., of 
Aqualate, Staffordshire.— Or. 1798. I 

Fifth son of Sir Thomas Fletcher Fenton Boughey, 
3rd Bart., who d. 1880, by Louisa Paulina Charlotte, 
who d. 1879, youngest dau. of the late Thomas Giffard, 
Esq., of Chillington, Staffordshire; 6. 1843; s. his 
brother Sir William Fletcher Boughey, 6th Bart., 1912. 
Sir Robert Boughey, who was educated at C'h. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1865), has been Vicar of Betley, Stafford- 
shire, since 1876. — Residence: Betlei/ Vicarage, Crewe, 
Cheshire. 

Heir. Pres., his brother Francis, !>, 1848. 

BOUGHET, Theodosia Mart, Lady. I 

Eldest dau. of the Rev. Charles Smith Royds, J.P., | 
of Haugliton, Staffordshire, and Heysham, Lan. 
eashire. Rector of Haughton, and Prebendary of; 
Lichfield, who d. 1879, by Mary Anne, who d. 1885, i 
eldest dau. of the late Francis Twemlow, Esq., 
of Betley Court, Staffordshire; m. 1875 the Rev. Sir 
George Boughey, 5th Bart., M.A., formerly Rector of 
Forton, Staffordshire, who d.s.p.m. 1910. — Residence: 
Aqualate, Kewjiort, Shropshire. 



C.B.E., of Copped Hall, Hertfordshire.— 

Cr. 1905. 
EKler son of Sir Samuel Bagster Boulton, 1st. Bart., 
by Sophia Louisa, who d. 1900, dau. of the late 
j Thomas Cooper, Esq., of Thatcham, Berkshire- b 
1859; s. 1918; m. 1889 Adelaide Lucy, 3rd dau. of 
the late Duncan Henry Caithness Reay Davidson, Esq., 
of Tulloch, Ross-shire. Sir Harold Boulton, who was 
educated at Harrow and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1881, M. A. 1884), was formerly Capt. 2nd Batt. Q.O. 
Cameron Highlanders and Treasurer of Queen Vic- 
toria's Jubilee Institute for Nurses ; is a J.P. for W. 
Ham, a Knight of Justice of the Order of St. John of 
Jenisalem, Capt. T.F. Reserve, late City of London 
(Rough Riders) Yeo., an.l Lord of the Manor of 
ToUeridge.— Copped Hall, Totteriilge, Hertfordshire ; 
Athentmm, Oxford and Cambridge, and Marlborough 
Clubs, s.w. ; Bath Club, w. ; 58, Great Cumberland 
Place, H/de Park. w. 



Heir, his son Denis Duucn 
Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. : 

6.1892: ni.l918Louisa,dau. otthelateHugiiJ. Ma 
Esq., of Indianapolis. Indiana, U.S.A., and widow of 
Spencer Wisliart, Esq., and lias a sou, 'Harold Hush 
Christian, i. 1918. ^ 



+ BOUGHEY, Mart Ann Gundrt, Lady. 

Dau. of Richard Pearce, Esq. ; m. 1891 Sir William 
Fletcher Boughey, 6th Bart., Comm. ret. R.N., who 
d. 1912. 



BOULTON, Miss, of Tew Park, Oxfordshire. 

Clara Gertrude, 3rd dau. of Mattliew Piers Watt 

Boulton, Esq., of Tew Park, and Haseley, Oxfordshire, 

I who d. 1894, by his 2nd wife Pauline, who d. 191]' 

j dau. of the late Ernest Gleissberg, Esq., formerly 

I Dean of Cannstadt, Wurttemberg, Miss Boulton 

who s. ber brother Matthew Ernest Boulton, Esq., 

1 9 1 4, is Lady of the Manor of Great Tew. — Tete Park, 

1 Enstone, Oxfoi'dshire, 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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BOURCHIER, Henry James, Esq., of Baggots- ; 
town, CO. Limerick. 1 

Eldest son of John Bourchier, Esq., J.P., of Baggots- i 
town,who</. 1885, by Sarah.dau. of the late David Aher, | 
Esq., of Castlecomer, eo. Kilkenny; b. 1842 ; m. 1867 
Nina Darley, dan. of the late Rev. John Leech, D.D.* of 
Mitchelstown, eo. Cork, and has, with other is.sue, a 
son,* Claxid James Henry St. John, h. 1875 ; /«. 1911 
Alice Ren^, elder dau. of the late H. B. Rowan, Esq., 
of Braiswiek Lodge, Colchester. Mr. Bourchier was 
High Sheriff of co. Limerick n\T.—Baggotstoimi, 
Bruff, CO. Limerick. 



Mayo, who d. (killed in action) 1915, father of, with 
another dau., b. pos' humous, Vivienne Neville.— 
Hcathfield, Ballinn. co. Mayo. 

BOURKE, Richard Vandei.eur, Esq., of 
ThorDfields, co. Limerick. 
Eldest son of John Ulick Bourke, Esq., Resident 
Magistrate, of Thornfields, who d. 1910, by Elizabeth 
Agnes, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. John Vandeleur, 
formerly 10th R. Hussars, of Ballinacourty, co. Lim- 
erick ; b. 1884; m. 1918 Mabel Pauline, 3rd dau. of 
Lieut-Col. Ribton Gore, of Lisnagry, eo. Limerick. 
Mr. Bourke was educated at Aravon, Bray, co. 
Wicklow, and at the Crewe Railway Engineering 
Works. — Thornfields, Lisnagry, co. Limerick ; Dunkilt 
House, Waterford. 



I BOURKE. See Legge-Bourke, and Mayo. 



BOURDILLON, Lady. 

Mary Wake, 3rd dau. of the late John Mangles Lowis, 
Esq., J.P.,formerly H.E.I.C.S., of Amory House, Hamp- 
shire, by Ellen, dau. of the late Ross Donelly Mangles, 
Esq.. of Stoke, Surrey; m. 1887 Sir James Austin! 
Bourdillon.I.C.S., who was formerly Lieut.-Col, Comm. 

Calcutta Light Horse ; previously Major Behar Light | BOURNE, Lady MariON Jane. See WeUer.- 
Horse Vols., V.D. ; a Fellow of Calcutta Univ. ; M.L.C. 

of Bengal 1893-6and 1900-2; Commissionerof Burdwan j p^^.^iai? r:,. a r |,Rj.n ftTRES K T E F R R 
1895-6 and of Patna 1896-1900 ; Chief .Secretary to BOb RN i., fell ALFRED brIBBS, R.U.l.i!.., i^ .K.!>., 
the Government of Bengal 1900-2 ; a Member of the i .L.6., U.bc. — Or. i91d. 

Famine Commission 1901 and of the Board of Revenue | Eldest son of Alfred Bourne, Esq., Secretary to the 
. _ . . , jjpitjgi, and Foreign School Society, who d. 1907, by 



1902 ; Acting Lieut.-Governor of Bengal 1902-3, and | 
British Resident in Mysore and Chief Commissioner of [ 
Coorg 1903-5, and who was cr. K.O.S.I. 1904 and d. j 
\m.— Westlands, Lipkook, Hampshire. j 

BOURINOT, Lady. 

Isabelle, dau. of J. Cameron, of Toronto ; m. 1889 as 
3rd wife Sir John George Bourinot, President of the j 
Royal Society of Canada 1 892 ; Hon. Sec. of the same 
1882-91 and 1893-8, and Clerk of House of Commons 
1880, who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1898, and d. 1902.— 
Kingsmere, Quebec, Canada. 

+ BOURKE, the Hon. Mrs., of Wootton Hall, 
Derbyshire. 

Constance Una Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Gustavus William 
Lambart, Esq., D.L., of Beau Pare, co. Meath, who d. 
1886, by Lady Frances Caroline Maria, who d. 1898, 
2nd dau. of Francis Nathaniel, 2nd Marquis Conyng- 
ham; m. 1876 the Hon. Henry Lorton Bourke, of 
Wootton Hall, and of Hayes, co. Meath, a D.L. for 
Middlesex, who d.s.^. \%\l.— Wootton Hall, Ashbourne, 
Derbyshire ; 37, HUl Street, Berkeley Square, w. 

BOURKE, Major-Gen. Sir Geoege Deane, 
K.U.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 1917. 
Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Thomas Joseph Deane 
Bourke, who d. 1875, by Mary, who d. 1895, 2nd 
dau. of the late Ven. Robert Willis, Archdeacon of 
Nova Scotia; b. 1852 ; m. 1883 Mary Morrow, eldest 
dau. of the late John Stairs, Esq., of Fairfield, 
Halifax, Nova Scotia. Sir George Bourke is Major- 
Gen, ret., A.M.S. ; was an Hon. Physician to T.M. 
King Edward VII. and King George V. 1909-12, and 
Principal Medical Officer, 6th Div., 2nd Armv Corps. 1 
1903-8 and Irish Command 1908-12 ; appointed i 
Depnty Director of Medical Services, Aldershot Com- 
mand, 1914. — Aldershot ; Johnstown, Strajfan, co. 
Kildare ; Junior United Service Club, s.w. ; Kildare \ 
Street Club, Dublin. I 

BOURKE, Mrs., of Heathfield, co. Mayo. 

Eileen Neville, elder dau. of George Neville Ussher, ; 
Esq., of Ballinacarrig House, co. Carlow, by Mary, | 
dau. of the late T. Levingston, Esq., of Dublin ; m. 
1913 Capt. Bertram Walter Bourke, 5th Batt. 
R. Dublin Fusiliers, of Heathfield, a J.P. for co. | 
Mi 



Mary Ann Gibbs, who d. 1862; b. 1859; 
Emily Tree, eldest dau. of the late George Glashier, 
Esq. ' Sir Alfred Bourne, who was educated at Univ. 
Coll. School and Coll., London, and at the R. School of 
Mines (D.Sc. London, 18S5), is a Fellow of Univ. Coll., 
London, and Director of the Indian Institute of 
Science, Bengalore, India (for the duration of the 
■ War), was Professor of Biology at the Presidency 
Coll., Madras, 1886-1903, and has been Director of 
Public Instruction, Madras, and an Additional Member 
of the Council of the Governor of Fort St. George for 
making Laws and Regulaticns since 1903 ; elected 
President of the Indian Science Congress for 1917. — 
Savile Club, w. ; cjo Messrs. Grindlay &■ Co., 54, 
Parliament Street, s.w. 

BOURNE, Sir (Henry) Roland Murray, 
K.B.E., C.M.G.— Cr.l918. 
Second son of Lieut.-t'ol. Robert Bourne, J.P. and D.L., 
late Worcestershire Rifle A^ols., formerly Capt. 54th 
Regt., of Cowarne Court, Herefordshire, who d. 191.'), 
by Anna Ehza, who d. 1917, youngest dau. of the late 
Samuel Baker, Esq., of Lypiatt Park, Gloucestershire ; 
b. 1874 ; ill. 1906 Lucy Dorothea, only dau. of the late 
Alfred Hutchinson White, Esq., of Pretoria. Sir Roland 
Bourne, who was educated at Radley and at New Coll., 
Oxford, was formerly Capt. R. Scots (Lothian Regt.) 
and Under Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office, 
Transvaal, 1905-10, for the Interior, Union of .'^. 
Africa, 1910-12, and for Defence 1912-14; appointed 
Secretary for Defence 1914. — Stone Cottage, Muck- 
leneuk, Pretoria, Transvaal; Bath Club, w. ; Pretoria 
Club, Pretoria ; Civil Service Club, Capetoivn. 

BOURNE, Sir Frederick Samuel Augustus, 
Knt., C.M.G.— Cr. 1916. 

Eldest son of the Rev. Samuel Whitbread Bourne, In- 
cumbent of Winfarthing, Norfolk, who d. 1865, by 
Mary Caroline, who d. 1901, elder dau. of the late 
HenryCassin, Esq., M.D., of Nevis, W.Indies; b. 1854; 
in. 1889 Isabel Alice, youngest dau of tbelate Rev. John 
Chalmers, LL.D., of Aberdeen. Sir Frederick Bourne, 
who was educated at St. Edmund's School, Canterbury, 
and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1890, was Con- 
sul in charge of Blackburn Commercial Mission 1896-7, 
Assistant Judge for the Supreme Court of China 1898- 
1916, and Judge of the High Court of Wei-hai-Wei 
1904-16. — Mayfield, Sussex. 



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BOURNE, Col. Gilbert Chaeles, P.R.S., 
of Cowarne Court, Herefordshire. 
Eldest surviving son of Lieut.-Col. Kobert Bourne, J. P. 
and D.L., late Worcestershire Rifle Vols., formerly 
Capt. o4th Regt., of Cowarne Court, who d. 1915, 
by Anna Eliza, who d. 1917, youngest dau. of the late 
Samuel Baker, Esq., of Lypiatt Park, Gloucestershire ; 
b. 1861 ; m. 1887 Constance Margaret Graham, eldest 
dau. of Sir John Frederick Croft, 2nd Bart., of Dod- 
dington Place, Kent, and has, with other issue, a son, ; 
» Robert Croft, Capt. T.F. Reserve, late Herefordshire 
Kegt.; called to the Bar at Lincoln'sInnl913; educated 
at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1911); h. 1888; 
in. 1917 Lady Hester Margaret Cairns, eldest dau. of 
Wilfrid Dallas, 4th Earl Cairns, and has a son, 

, b. 1918. Col. Bourne, who was educated at | 

Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888, 
D. Sc. 1900 and a Fellow), was Lieut.-Col. Comm. 1st 
(Oxford Univ.) Vol. Batt. Oxfordshire L.I. 1898-9' 
and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 4th Batt. ' 
Shropshire L.I. 1903-6, and a J.P. and D.L. for 
Herefordshire (on the roll for High Sheriff for 1920), j 
and Lord of the Manors of Much Cowarne and Whit- ' 
wick; has been Linacre Professor of Zoology and 
Comparative Anatomy at Oxford Univ. and a Fellow 
of Merton Coll., Oxford, since 1906. — Cowarne Court. 
Ledbwry, Herefordshire ; Savile House, Mansfield Road, 
Oxford; Savile Club, w. 

-I- BOURNE, John, Esq., of Hilderstone Hall, 
Stafford sliire. 
Elder son of John Bourne, Esq., of Hilderstone Hall, 
who d. 1889, by Ethel, dau. of the late Jolin Mason, 
Esq., of Lymington, Hants; b. 1850; m. 1881 Helen 
Margaretta, youngest dau. of the late Charles Wilson 
Faber, Esq., and has 2 dans. Mr. Bourne is a J.P. 
for Staffordshire, and Patron of 1 living. — Hilderstone 
Hall. Sfone. 

BOURNE-MAY, Mrs., of Hackinsall Hall, 
Lancashire, 
Harriet Anno Dyson, only surviving child of Sir James 
Bourne, 1st Bart, (ext.), of Hackinsall Hall, and Heath- 
field, Lancashire, who d. 1882, by Sarah Harriet, 
who d. 1891, dau. of Thomas Fournis Dyson, Esq. ; m. 
1883 James William Seaburne May, Esq., who with! 
his wife assumed by royal license in 1897 the prefix 
surname of Bourne, and has, with a dau., a son, 
* James Bourne Seaburne, Capt. Coldstream Guards ; 
A. 1886 ; »8. 1918 Alexa, only dau. of the late Andrew ! 
Jameson, Lord Ardwall, a Lord of Session, Scotland. — 
Hackinsall Hall, Fleetwood ; Shrub's Hill House, Sun- 
ninqdale, Berks. 



BOUSTEAD, Mrs., of Settlebeck, York.shire. 
Frances Alicia, eldest dau. of Daniel Lynch, Esq., of 
Broughton, Lancashire, who rf. 1872 ; m. 1874 Warwick 
Pearson Boustead, Esq., M.A., of Settlebeck, a J.P. 
for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, who d. 1917, leaving 
3 dms.— Settlebeck, Scdbergh, Yorkshire. 

BOUTH, the Rev. Reginald Hampson Mtddle- 
TON, formerly of Elkstone Manor, Glou- 
cestershire. 
Second son of Frederick William Delamere Bouth, Esq.. 
M.D., J.P., of Woodfields, Lancashire, and of Elkstone 
Manor, who d. 1900, by Sarah, who d. 1915, only dau. 
of the late James Hampson, Esq., of Shaw CLugh, 
Lancashire; b. 1867; m. 1895 Ida, dau. of George 
William Keeling, Esq., C.E., J.P., and has a dau., Irene 
Delamere. Mr. Bouth, who was educated at Rugby and 
at Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1892), was 
Rector of Elkstone lS93-\S09.—BaMedown Court, 
Cheltenham. 



BOUSPIELD, Lady. 

Blanche Isabel, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Col. Arthur Walton 
Onslow, late Bengal Army, of Cranley Lodge, Chelten- 
ham, who d. 1895, by Isabella, who d. 1880, 3rd dau. 
of the late John Penrice, Esq., of WittonHouse, Norfolk; 
m. 1870 Sir William Bousfield, LL.D., Barrister-at-Law, 
a J.P. for Middlesex and for co. London, Chairman of 
the Girls' Public Day Schools' Trust, and of the Techno- 
logical Department of the City and Guilds Institute, 
and a Vice-President of the R. Society of Arts, who 
was formerly Chairman of the Representative Managers 
of the London School Board and of the London C.C. 
Elementary Schools, President of the Central Poor Law 1 
Conferences for England and Wales, Chairman of the I 
Central Committee of these Conferences and of the 
Council of the Charity Organization Society, a Member ! 
of the London School Board 1882-8, and Master of j 
the Clothworkers' Co. 1904-5, and who was er. Knt. 
.• 1905, and d. 1910.— Great Bookham.Leatherhead. 



BOUVERIE, the Hon. Mrs. Buncombe PLEY- 
DELL-, of Coleshill House, Berkshire. 

Maria Eleanor, younger dau. of Sir Edward Hulse, 
6th Bart., who d. 1899, hy Katharine Jane, only 
child of tlie late Very Rev. Henry Parr Hamilton, 
Dean of Salisbury; /». 1883 the Hon. Duncombe 
Pleydell-Bouverie, formerly Lieut. 55th Foot, of Coles- 
hill House, a J.P. and D.L. for Berkshire, who d. 
1909, leaving, with 2 daus., a son, Jacob Edward, 
Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps ; b. 1887, and d. of 
wounds received in action \9l4.— CokshiU House, 
Hiqhwortk, Wiltshire. 

BOUVERIE, Henry Hales PLEYUELL-, 
Esq., of Brymore, Somerset. 
Eldest son of Philip Pleydell-Bouverie, Esq., of Bry- 
more, a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset, who d. 1890, by 
Jane, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late Henry 
Seymoui-, Esq., of Knoyle, Wilts; b. 1848; educated 
at Harrow, and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1871, 
M.A. 1877); is a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset (High 
Sheriff 1904), and Capt. and Hon. Major late W. 
Somerset Yeo. Cav. — Brymore, Bridgwater; Travel- 
lers', and United University Clubs, s.w. ; 32, Hill 
Street, w. 

BOUVERIE, Miss, of Delapre Abbey, and 
Hardingstone House, Northamptonshire. 
Mary Helen, 2nd dau. of John Augustus Shell Bouverie, 
Esq., J.P., of Delapri Abbey and Hardingstone House, 
who d. 1894, by Jane, who d. 1903, dau. of S. Gray, 
Esq., of Ballybay, co. Monaghan. Miss Bouverie, who 
s. her brother John Augustus Shell Bouverie, Esq., 
1905, is Lady of the Manors of Hardingstone and 
Great Houghton. — Delaprl Abbey, Northampton. 

BOUVERIE, Seymour PLEYDELL-, Esq., 
of Whissendine House, Rutland. 
Second son of Philip Pleydell-Bouverie, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Brymore, Somerset, who d. 1890, by Jane, 
who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late Henry Seymour, 
Esq., of Kuoyle House, Wiltshire ; 4.1856; m. 1880 
Alice Mary, eldest dau. of the late Lieut..CoI. the Hon. 
Henry Walter Campbell, formerly Coldstream Guards, 
and has, with other issue, a son, * Philip Hales, b. 
1900. Mr. Pleydell-Bouverie, who was educated at 
Harrow, and was formerly Capt. W. Somerset Yeo. 
Cav., and High Sheriff of Rutland 1913, is a Director 
of Barclay & Co. Ltd., Bankers, and Patron of 1 living. 
— Whissendine House. Oakham. Rutland; Arthur's 
Club, s.w. ; 'I'urf Club, w. ; 36, Park Street, w. 



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BOtrVERIE. See Radnor. 



COUNTY FAMILIES OP 



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BOUVERIB - CAMPBELL - WYNDHAM. 

See Loiui. 

BOUVERIE-PUSEY, Philip Francis, Esq., of 
Pusey, Berkshire. 
Only son of Capt. Francis Charteris Fletcher, late ' 
King's R. Rifle Corps (younger son of the late Andrew | 
Fletcher, Esq., .I.P. and D.L., of Saltoun, Haddington- 1 
shire), whorf. 1891, by Clara, younger dau. of the late 
Philip Pusey, Esq., M.P., of Pusey ; b. 1867; a. his 
uncle Sidney Edward Bouverie Bouverie.Pusey, Esq., 
and assumed the additional surname of Pusey 1911 
and the surname of Bouverie-Puscy by royal license 
1913 ; m. 1916 Lucy Violet, 7th dau. of the late Digby 
Oayley,Esq.,of NortonGrove,Yorkshire. Mr.Bouverie- 
Pusey, who was educated at Eton and was formerly 
Capt' 3rd Batt. R. Berkshire Regt., previously Capt. 3rd 
Batt. The Buffs, is a Magistrate for Berkshire and Lord , 
of the Manor of Pusey. — Pusey, Faringdon, BerJtshire ; 
Carlton, mid Wellington Clubs, s.w. 



BOVELL, Sir Henry Alleyne, Knt.— Cr. 1902. 
Sixth son of the Rev. William Henry Brinsden Bovell, 
of St. Thomas, Barbados, by Anna Minvielle, dau. of i 
the late Conrad Pile, Esq., of Brighton, Barbados; b. < 
1854 ; m. 1882 Annie Cecil, dau. of Augustus Briggs, ! 
Esq., ofMaynards, St. Peter's, Barbados. Sir Henry ! 
Bovell, who was educated at Codrington Coll., Barbados, i 
and at London Univ. (LL.B. 1877), and calledtothsBar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1876, was appointed Solicitor-Gen. and 
a Magistrate of Barbados 1882, M.L.C. 1883, and vas 
Attorney-Gen. 1886-96, Attorney-Gen. of British 
Guiana 1896-1902, and Chief Justice 1902-12.-7?. 
Societies' Club, s.w. 

BOWATBR, Sir (Thomas) Vansittart, Bart.— 
Cr. 1914. 

Eldest son of William Vansittart Bowater, Esq., of 
Bury Hall, Lower Edmonton, who d. 1907, by Eliza 
Jane, who rf. 1912, dau. of the late Thomas Davey, Esq., 
of Bristol; b. 1862 ; m. 1887 Emily Margaret, a Lady 
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, dau. 
of John Spencer, Esq., of Croydon. Sir Vansittart 
Bowater, who was educated at Manchester and at Stour- 
bridge, is one of H.M.'s Lietits. for, and an Aid. of the 
City of London (Sheriff 1905-6, and Lord Mayor 
1913-14), Hon. Col. 10th (Service) Batt. R. Fusiliers, 
an Almoner of Christ's Hospital, a Commander of the 
Legion of Honour, of the Order of the Redeemer of 
Greece and of the Order of Leopold of Belgium, an 
Officer of the Order of the Crown of Belgium, a Knight 
(1st Class) of the Order of St. Olav of Norway, and 
a Member of the Palme d'Academie franfaise ; has 
the Order of the Dannebrog of Denmark, 1st Class. — 
Hill Crest, Brownlow Road, Crnydon ; Constitutional 
Club, w.c; 159, Quee.n Victoria Street, E.c. 

Heir, his son Eainald Vansittart, Lieut. R.G..4.., Special 
Reserve; educated at Croydon, Versailles, Cassel, and 
Ghent ; b. 1888 ; m. 1914 Ethel Maud, 3rd dau. of John 
Keeler-Qrix, Esq., of Keith Lodge, Woodside, Surrey. 



BOWATER, Sir William Henry, Knt.— Cr. 
1916. 

Eldest son of William Bowater, Esq., of Birmingham, 
who d. 1879, by Anne, who d. 1889, dau. of the late 
John Baker, Esq., of Wednesbury ; b. 1855 ; m. 1879 
Sarah Fanny, O .B.E.,'a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem, only dau. of the late John Westwood, 
Esq., of Birmingham. Sir William Bowater, who was 
educated at King Edward Grammar School, Birming- 
ham, is a J.P. for and an Aid. of Birmingham, of which 
144 



ho has been a times Lord Mayor, and Hon. Col. 14th 
(Service) Bntt. I!. Warwickshire Regt. — Fulford 
H<ill, n'anrirh-.'ihirc ; The Midland, and Conservative 
Ch,hs,ir,r,„i„.,h„,„. 

BOWDEN, Sir Fkank, Bart., F.R.G.S.— 
Cr. 1915. 

' Eldest son of William Bowden, Esq., of Bristol, who 
d. 1866, by Louise, who d. 1879, dau. of the late 
j Henry White, Esq., of Bath ; b. 1848 ; m. 1879 Amelia 
I Francos, dau. of the late Col. Alexander Houston, 
of San Francisco, U.S.A. Sir Frank Bowden is 
the Founder and (with his only son) sole proprietor of 
The Raleigh Cycle Co. Ltd ; Founder, Chairman, 
Managing Director and principal proprietor of 
Sturmey-Archcr Gears Co. Ltd. ; a J.P. for Notting- 
ham, and the Author of 'Cycling for Health,' and 
of numerous articles on his travels and other su'ojects. 
— Bcstxvood Lodge, Arnold, Kottinghamsliire ; British 
Eminre Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son Harolil, joint Manager, with hie father, of the 
above businesses ; educated at Clifton Coll., at Lausanne, 
and at Clare Coll., Cambridge; h. 1880; m. 1008 Vera 
youngest dau. of Joseph Whitalier, Esq., J.P., of Rain- 
worth Lodge. Nottinghamshire, and has, witli other issue, 
a son, "Frank, 4. 1909. 

BOWDEN. See Cornish-Bowden. 

BOWDEN-SMITH, Sir Nathaniel, K.C.B., 
F.R.G.S.— Cr. 1897. 
Son of the late Nathaniel Bowden-Smith, Esq., of 
Careys, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, by Emily Mary, 
dan. of the late J. R. Ripley, of London ; b. 1838 ; m. 
1873 Emily Cecilia, dau. of the late George Glas 
Sandeman, Esq., of Westfield, Hayling Island, Sussex. 
Sir Nathaniel Bowden-Smith is an Adm. ret. R.N., 
and was Commander-in-Chief on the Australian Station 
1892-4, and at The Nore 1?,99-19W.— United Service 
Club, s.w. ; 16, Queens Gate Terrace, s.w. 

BOWDEN-SMITH, Walter Bated, Esq., of 
Vernalls, Hampshire. 
Only son of Richard Bowden-Smith, Esq., of Vernalls, 
who d. 1881, by Georgina Eleanor, who d. 1906, 6th dan. 
of the late Walter Long, Esq.,of Preshaw House, Hamp- 
shire; b. 1860; m. 1880 Julia Wiggett, youngest dau. 
of the late William Charles Humphrys, Esq., of Elm 
Lodge, Bursledon, Hampshire, and has had, with 2 
daus., a son, Walter .\drian Carnegie, Capt. R. 
Fusiliers ; b. 1881. and d. of wounds received in action 
1914. — Vernalls, Lyndhurst, Hampshire. 

BOWDLER, Richard Hope, Esq., of The 
Square, Kirkham, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of William Henry Bowdler, Esq., J.P., of 
The Square, who d. 1890, by Elizabeth Ann, who d. 1900, 
niece and adopted dau. of the late Roger Charnoek 
Richards, Esq., J.P., of Clifton Lodge, Lancashire; 
h. 1878 ; m. 1914 Elsie, eldest dau. of the late Edward 
Bryning, Esq., J.P., of Highgate House, near Kirkham, 
and has a dau., Elizabeth Joan. Mr. Bowdler is a 
Magistrate for Lancashire.— Residence: llie Firs, 
Lytham, Lancashire. 

BOWDON. See Biitler-Bowdon. 

BOWEN, Lady. 

Georgina Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the Rev. David 
Frederick Markham, Canon of Windsor, who d. 18.i3, 
by Catherine Frances Nannette, who d. 1876, 2nd 
dau. of Sir William Mordaunt Sturt Milner, 4th Bart., 
of Nun Appleton, Yorkshire; m. 1861 the Hon. Sir 
' Charles Christopher Bowen, K.O.M.G., F.R.G.S., Hon. 



Bow] 

bellow of Gonville and Caii 



THE UNITED KINGDOM 



New Zealand and Vioe-C^lnc'^^TAlt^-^'of'^^'^^^.^''- ^'^°^' "^ Troed,: 

New Zealand Univ., who was Resident Magistrate I 

Christx^huroh, New Zealand, 1864-74, a Member of 

the Gen. Assembly 1874, Minister of Justice and 

Education 1874-7, and Speaker of the Legislative 

Council 1905-15, and who was cr. Knt. 1910 ' 

K.CM.G. 1914, and d. 19 17. —Middleton 

Upper Riccarton, Christchurch, Kew Zealand. 



[Bow 

raur, Cardi- 

Georgina Catherine, youngest- dau. of George Wills 

who d 1906, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Beasley 
t-sq., of Torwood Lodge, Torquay ; m. 1890 Eynon 



rraiiffc, 



George Bice Bowen, 
Cardiganshire, who d 



[; of Troedyraur, a J.P. lor 



I Dorothea Nowell Mary, an only 



6, leaving, with a dau., 



BOWEN, Albert Edward, Esq., of Colworth ! ^^^^l-'uH't ^±^- f °?„^' .^'^'^g ««>•?! 



and killed in action 1916 
Hambrook-, near Bristol, 



Park, Bedfordshire. 
Eldest son of Edward Bowen, Esq., of Hanley, Staf- 
fordshire, who d. 1861, by Clarissa, who d. 1868, dau. BOWEN 0OLTHTTT}«?T ivr 
of the late Thomas Hackwood, Esq., of Sydenham- b "'^''^•^^''-^'-'^-'-^•-UiibT, M 
1 858 ; m. 1 884 Alice, dau. of Frederick Crowther, Esq., 
of Buenos Aires, and has, with other issue, a son', 
* Edward Crowther, M.C., Capt. 6th (Inniskillingj i 
Dragoons; educated at Wellington and at the R. Mil. 
Coll.,. Sandhurst; b. 1885; m. 1910 May Isabel, younger' 
dau. of the late John Frederick Roberts, Esq., of Buenos , 
Aires, and has, with other issue, a son, « John Edward 
Mortimer, i. 1918. Mr. Bowen is Lord of the Manor 
of Colworth, and was High Sheritf of Bedfordshire j 
1910.— Co^Mwrt Park, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire A 
Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; 5, Queen's Gate Place, s.w! I 



, Eynon George 

_ Corps ; b. 1893, 

Residence : Harcombes, 



BOWEN, George Bevan, Esq., of Llwvn- 
gwair, Pembrokeshire. 
Eldest and only surriving son of James Bevan Bowen 
Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Llwyngwair, who d. 1905 ' 
by Harriette, who rf. 1916, youngest dau. of the late 
Rev. John Standly, M.A. ; b. 1858 ; m. 1882 Florence 
, Lmmn, only dau. of the late Frederick Corbyn Esq 
[ M.D.. and has, with 5 daus., a son, »James Bevan! 
, O.B.E., Capt. Pembroke Yeo. and temp. Lieut.-Col! 
, R.A.F. ; educated at Winchester and at Trinity CoU " 
. Cambridge; b. 188 3; vi. 1915 Noel, elder dau of 
I Leonard Marshall, Esq., of Nepicar House, Wrotham 
and has a bod, *George Bevan, b. 1915. Mr. Bowen' 
who was educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at Mao--^ 
i dalen Coll., Oxford, was formerly Lieut. Pembroke' 
\!°- /'^.^V ?,?'! ■« ^ J-P- and C. Aid. for Pembroke. I 
shire (High Sheriff 1914) and a J.P. for Cardiganshire 
—Llwyngwair, Newport S.O., Pevtbrokeshire. \ 

BOWEN, Henry Charles Cole, Esq., of 
Bowenscourt, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of Robert St. John Cole Bowen, Esq J P ■ 
of Bowenscourt, who d. 1888, by his 1st wife Eliza- 
beth Jane, who d. 1881, 2nd dau. of the late Charles' 
Clarke, Esq., of Graiguenoe Park, co. Tipperary b 
1862 ; m. 1st 1890 Florence Isabella, -who rf. 1912 'srd ,' 
dau. of the late Henry Fitz-George CoUey, Esq., of: 
Mount Temple, co. Dublin ; 2ndlv 1918 Mary Katharine I 
younger dau. of the late Rev.' John Gwynn, D D ' ' 
Regius Professor of Divinity in Dublin Univ. and has 
a dau., Elizabeth Dorothea Cole. Mr. Bowen who 
was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1 883 'm A , 
1887), was called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin' 
im.—Bowejiscourt, near Kildorrery, CO. Cork- I9' 
Upper Merrion Street, Dublin. 

BOWEN, Mrs., formerly of Mantna House, co. I 
Roscommon. ' | 

Louisa Frances Mary, elder dau. of Richard Joseph I 
Grace, Esq who ^. 1864 (by his 2nd wife Barbara, 
dau. of H. E. Taaffe Esq.), and granddau. of the late 
Oliver Dowell John Grace, Esq., JP and DL of I 
Mantua House; m. 1887 Edward Ferguson Bowen, I 
Esq., ot Burt House, co. Donegal, a J.P. and D L for 
CO. Roscommon (High Sheriff 1901) and a J.P. for'cos. 
Donegal and Wexford, who d.s.p. nm.~Ounavarra 
Lucan, co. Dublin. 



rs., of Oakgrove, 
and Dripsey Castle, co. Cork. 

G>orgina de Bellasis, only dau. of Alfred Greer, Esq. 
of Dripsey House, co. Cork, by his 2nd wife Peggy, wno 
rf 1880, dau. of the late Major John Bowen-Colthurst! 
97th Regt.,of Dripsey Castle; m. 1878 Robert Walter 
Iravers Bowen-Colthurst, Esq., of Oakgrove and 
Dnpsey Castle, a J.P. for co. Cork, who d 1896 
leaving, with other issue, a son, * John Colthurst, Capt' 
ret., ate R Irish Rifles; *. 1880; m. 1910 the Hon. 
Rosalinda Laetitia Butler, youngest dau. of Robert St 
John I-itzWalter, 25th Lord Dunboyne, and has, with 
other issue, a son, *Eobert St. John, b. 1^11 —Oak- 
grove, Killinardnsh, and Dripsey Castle, Coachford, eo. 

BOWEN. JONES, Sir John Bowen, Bart- 
Cr. 1911. 

Second and only surviving son of John Jones, Esq., of 
Eaton House. Tottenham, who <«. 1875, by Ann, who 
d 1845, dau. of the late Thomas Bowen, Esq., of 
Welshpool, Montgomeryshire; b. 1840- m 1863 
Elizabeth Margaret, who d. 1904, eldest 'dau.' of the 
late Evan Bowen, Esq., of Ensdon House, Shropshire 
Sir John Bowen-,roiies, who received the royal license 
to continue to be.ir the prefix surname of Bowen 1911 
IS a J.P., D.L. and Chairman of the O.C. for Shrop- 
R. Agricultural Society 



shire. 



(President 1919) and 



for 



of the Central Chamber of Agriculti 
Court, Shreivsbvry, 



many years Treasurer 



-Council House 



BOWER, Major-Gen. Sir Hamilton, K C B — 
Cr. 1912. . • • • 

Second surviving son of Adm. James Paterson Bower 
who rf. 1889, by Barbara, dau. of the late John Hickson! 
Esq., D.L.. of The Grove, Dingle, co. Kerry ; b. 1858 - 
m. 1st 1894 Mary, who d. 1 896, eldest dau. of the late 
Samuel Murray Hussey, Esq., J.P. and DL of 
Edenburn co. Kerry, and widow of Major Ja'mes 
Ormsby Sherrard, S. Staffordshire Regt. ; 2ndly 1899 
Maud Edith, dau. of Daniel Currie Ainslie, Esq Sir 
Hamilton Bower, who was educated at the R Naval 
School, New Cross, and at Edinburgh Collegiate School 
IS a Major-Gen. ret., late Indian Army, a D.L for 
Haddingtonshire, and temp. Lieut.-Col. and Co Com- 
mandant Haddingtonshire Vol. Regt and was 
D.A.Q.M.G. (Intelligence) Bengal 1893-8 andinEgypt 
1896; a Member of the International Provisional 
Government, Tientsin ; Commandant of the Pekin 
Legation Guard 1901-6 and in command of the Abor 
expedition 1911, and of the Assam Brigade, N Army 
in India 1908-13-7%. Cottage. N. Berwick; CamlJ^ 
Club, -w. ; New Club, Edinburgh. 

BOWER, Sir Graham John, K.C.MG— Cr 
1892. 

Eldest son of Adm. James Paterson Bower, for- 
merly of Kincaldrum, Forfarshire, who d. 1889 b" 
Barbara, dau. of the late John Hickson, E.sq D L o"'f 
The Grove, Dingle, co. Kerry; b. 1848; m. 1882 Ma'ude 



Bow] 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Bow 



Laidley, dau. of James Sutherland Mitchell, Esq., of j BOWER, Thomas, Esq., of Stradishall Place, 



Etham", Sydney. Sir Graham Bower, who was educated 
at the R. Naval Coll., Gosport, and was formerly a 
Gunnery OfficerR.N.,ImperialSecretary and Accountant, 
in S. Africa, and Colonial Secretary of the Mauritius j 
1898-1910, is a Comm. ret. E.N. and a J. P. for Hamp- 
shire.— SterfweW /-oii^c, Droxford, Hampshire; White's, 
Club, s.-w. 

BOWER, Sir Alfbed Louis, Knt.— Or. 1913. 1 

Fourth son of Edward Thomas Bower, Esq., of Victoria I 
Park Road, who d. 1914, by Hanna, who d. 1885, dau. j 
of the late William Tavernor, Ksq., J. P., of Essex ; b. 
1860; VI. 1901 Dorcas Mona, youngest dau. of the 
late Capt. Edward Algernon Blackett, R.N., J.P. and 
D.L., of Wylam and Oakwood, Northunibi-rland. Sir 
Alfred Bowerisa Merchantin Mark Lane.oneof H.M.'s 
Lieuts. for the City of London, a Liveryman of the 
Vintners' Co., a Governor of St. Thomas's Hospital, a 
Member of the Committee, National Reserve, City 
of London Batt., and of the City of London T.F. 



Hundon Hall, Suffolk. 

Eldest surviving son of Joshua Bower, Esq., of Hopewell 
House, Yorkshire, who d. 1868, by Elizabeth, who d. 
1881, dau. of the late Richard Kitchingman Middleton, 
Esq., of Hemstet, Yorkshire; b. 1838; m. 1864 Mary 
Anne, who d. 1908, dau. of the late Richard Dobson, 
Esq., of The Grange, Middleton, Yorkshire, and has, 
with other issue, a son, Joshua, b. 1866; in. 1887 
Louisa Alexandra, dau. of John Truman Perman, Esq., 
of Glasgow, and has, with 2 daus., an only surviving 
son, John,M.C., Lieut, and Acting Capt. 3rd Dragoon 
Guards, Special Reserve ; educated at Rcpton ; b. 1888. 
Mr. Bower is a Magistrate for Suffolk, Lord of the 
Manors of Stradishall and Manston, aud Patron of 
■ I Ymag.- -Stradishall Place, StradUhall, near New- 
warket. 

BOWER. See Nott-Bmm: 



Association, and an Officer of the Legion of Honour; I pQ-yyT-gg^^^-]^ ^-^^ Right Hon. CflABLES ' 
was a Member of the Common Council of the City' of ; WtlliAM 



was 

London 1896-1918 and a Sheriff 1912-13 ; elected 
Aid. 1918: has the Order of the Dannebrog of Denmark, 
2nd Class.— TAe Grange, Chislehnrst, Kent ; 7?. 
Automobile Club, s.w. ; Citij Carlton Club, e.c. ; St. 
Lawrence House, Mark Lane. e.c. 



BOWER, Lieut.-Col. Geoege Haddon, of Pit- 
murchie, Aberdeenshire. | 

Second son of James Haddon Bower, Esq., of Pit i 
murchie, who d. 1901, by Susan Potter, who d. 1908, [ 
dau. of the late James Anderson, Esq., of Chapelbank, 
Forfarshire; b. 1871; m. 1916 Amy, dan. of R. D. I BOWERS, Lady 

Garden, Esq., of New York, U.S.A. Lieut.-Col. Bower, - • 

who was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and at 
Aberdeen Univ.(M.A. 1891),is Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve, 
late 7th Batt. The Black Watch (R. Highlanders) ; 
formerly Lieut.-Col. Comm. 7th Batt. Gordon High- 
landers, T.D. ^Pitmurchie, near Torphins, N.B.; 
University Club, Aberdeen. 



Eldest son of 0. A. Bowerman, Esq., of Honiton, 
Devonshire; 4. 1851; m. 1876 Louisa, dau. of W. 
Peach, Esq., of Poplar. Mr. Bowerman was Gen. 
Secretary of the London Society of Compositors 1892- 
1906 and an Aid. of the London C.C. 1901-7; has 
been M.P for Deptford since 1906 and Secretary of 
the Trade Union Congress since 1911 (President 1901), 
and is Parliamentary Secretary of the London Society 
of Compositors.— 4, ^Battledean Road, Highbury, N. 



BOWER, Henry Stndercombe, Esq., of Font- 
mell Parva, Dorset. 
Only son of the Rev. Henry Tregonwell Bower, : 
J.P., of Fontmell Parva, who d. 1876, by Elizabeth j 
Syndercombe, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Thomas 
Fox, Rector of Temple Combe ; b. 1 839 ; m. 1866 Sarah 
Matilda, who d. 1915, 5th dau. of the late Rev. Robert 
Salkeld, and has, with other issue, a son, * Henry ' 
Gregory Syndercombe, a Magistrate for Dorset ; b. 
1867 ; in. 1892 Charlotte Rosabelle, youngest dau. of 
the late Rev. Richard Surtees, Rector of Holtby, j 
Yorkshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Lancelot 
Tregonwell Syndercombe, O.B.E., Capt. 3rd Batt. 
Dorsetshire Regt. and temp. Capt. Garrison Batt. 
Hampshire Regt.; educated at Repton ; b. 1895. 
Mr Bower, who was educated at Harrow and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864), is 
a Magistrate for Dorset. — Fontmell Parva. Blandford. 



Margaret Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late John Jones, 
Esq., of Swansea; m. 1880 Sir Edward Hardman 
Bowers, who entered the Civil Service 1872 as Assistant 
Surveyor of Taxes, was subsequently Surve3'or of Taxes, 
Inspector of Taxes and Superintendent Inspector of 
Taxes and Cliief Inspector of Stamps and Taxes, Inland 
Revenue Department, 1910-14, and who was cr. Knt. 
1913 and d. \^U.— The Chestmits, Claygatc, Surrey. 



BOWER, James Boweb, Esq., of Claremont, 
Devon. 

Eldest son of Richard Marsh Marsh-Dunn, Esq., J.P., 

of Teignmouth, who d. 1884 (by Eliza Helen, 2nd dau. 

of the late James Bower, Esq., of Melcombe Regis, 

Dorset), and nephew of the late Rev. James Henry 

Bower, of The Larches ; b. 1848 ; m. 1881 Ada Emily 

Gwynne FitzGerald, who d. 1898, eldest dau. of the 

late James William FitzGerald Butler, Esq., and niece 

of Theobald 14th Lord Dunboyne, and has a son, 

« James Gerald Marsh, b. 1886. Mr Bower is a Major j p^-jj™^ -. ^^.-^ „^^ . ,, 

late 3rd Batt. Cheshire Regt. ; formerly Lieut. 51st Foot. | BOWlib-L X UJN . See Ly< 

—Claremont, Teignmouth, Devon. ' Kinghorne, Earl of. 



] BOWERS, Mrs., of Caverswall Castle, 
I Staffordshire. 

I A^era Aimee, 3rd dau. of Thomas Latham, Esq.,. 

I Barrister-at-Law, of Stillingflete, Folkestone, by Edith, 
dau. of the late Murray Robinson, Esq., of Shanghai, 

! China; m. 1913 William Aubrey Bowers, E.sq., of 
Caverswall Castle, Lieut. 5th Batt. N. Staffordshire 
Eegt., -who d. of wounds received in action 1916, 
leaving a dau., Penelope Yna.— Caverswall Castle, 
near Stoke-on-Trent. 

BOWES, Lord. See Strathmore and Kinghorne, 
Earl of. 

BOWES, Richard, Esq., of Monkend